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55 Russian TV Show for Kids

Russian TV Show for Kids

This is "Good Night Kids" TV-show, one of the most popular and the oldest kids tv-show in Russia, back since Soviet Times. It's being conducted by a lady surrounded with two or three moving and speaking dolls. Since 2003 there is Miss Universe 2002 Oxana
Fedorova works on constant basis. But less people and kids know how the show is being made. It stays so since its early time of Soviet television, still stays unchanged. On the photo below you can see how do they animate the dolls.
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20 Another Teenage Russian Fun

Another Teenage Russian Fun

Another strange fun of Russian young people. In city of Tomsk they walk on the handrail of the bridge above the river, 60
ft (20 meters) tall, without any security ropes or any other stuff. Just fully dressed, both girls and boys.
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24 St. Petersburg Streets

St. Petersburg Streets

Sometimes streets of St. Petersburg, one of the most
beautiful Russian cities, look like this.
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11 Helicopter Crash in St. Petersburg Video

Helicopter Crash in St. Petersburg Video

Yesterday a helicopter felt down near St.
Petersburg, somebody got this on video.
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29 Russian Teenage Fun

Russian Teenage Fun

People say that in some big Russian cities a flipped upside-down cars
started to appear. They say it's a new fun of Russian teenagers at night.
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9 On-ground Torpedo

On-ground Torpedo

Usually torpedoes are underwater missiles fired by ships. But during World War 2 in Russia there were on-ground torpedoes fired manually by people. They were made right on place with crafty Russian soldiers - the stabilizers were
carved of wood and mounted to the normal cannon shell. Then molten TNT was poured inside of the shell in order to fire it. Today by the way is 66th anniversary of the beginning of the war by Germany against Russia.
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21 More Russian Army Ads Mistakes

More Russian Army Ads Mistakes

We had a few days ago this strange mistake, when there was an American
landscape depicted on the ad of Russian Board Guards service. Here it is again.
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15 Wedding Hummer

Wedding Hummer

Just a wedding hummer from Moscow roads, followed by a Rolls Royce. The
cute thing on the Hummer is a wedding-favour-bow mounted on it.
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30 Russian “Ecranoplanes”

Russian “Ecranoplanes”

An "ekranoplan" literally "screen plane" is a vehicle resembling an aircraft, but operating solely on the principle of ground effect. Ground effect vehicles (GEV) fly above any flat surface, with the height above ground dependent upon the size of the vehicle. During the Cold War, ekranoplans were sighted for years on the Caspian Sea as huge, fast-moving objects. The name Caspian Sea Monster was given by U.S. intelligence operatives who had discovered the huge vehicle, which looked like an airplane with the outer halves of the wings removed. After the end of the Cold War, the "monster" was revealed to be one of several Russian military designs meant to fly only a few meters above water, saving energy and staying below enemy radar. The KM, as the Caspian Sea Monster was known in the top secret Soviet military development program, was over 100 m long (330 ft), weighed 540 tonnes fully loaded, and could travel over 400 km/h (250 mi/h), mere meters above the surface of the water. The important design principle is that wing lift is reduced as operating altitude of the ekranoplan is increased (see ground effect). Thus it is
dynamically stable in the vertical dimension. Once moving at speed, the ekranoplan was no longer in contact with the water, and could move over ice, snow, or level land with equal ease. These craft were originally developed by the Soviet Union as very high-speed (several hundred km/hour) military transports, and were mostly based on the shores of the Caspian Sea and Black Sea. The largest could transport over 100 tonnes of cargo. The development of ekranoplans was supported by Dmitri Ustinov, Minister of Defence of USSR. About 120 ekranoplans (A-90 Orlyonok class) were initially planned to enter military service in the Soviet Navy. The figure was later reduced to less than thirty vehicles, planned to be deployed mainly for the Black and the Baltic Soviet navies. Marshal Ustinov died in 1985, and the new Minister of Defence Marshal Sokolov effectively ceased the funding for the program. The only three operational A-90 Orlyonok ekranoplans built (with renewed hull design) and one Lun-class ekranoplan remained at a naval base near Kaspiysk.
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22 Russian Scary Books for Naughty Kids

Russian Scary Books for Naughty Kids

In early 90s you could buy special children books for misbehaving kids in Russia. This is an example of such a book. Kid, who is reading this book, is being promised many scary things to encounter if he doesn't obey to
mother or father. Here are some translations: "You'll fall deep inside a hole if you don't obey to your mom" "If you plan not to listen to father wild black cats would scratch your brother"

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