Centuries ago Moscow was white. There were magnificent white walls around the city with white towers in the corners. Nowadays the Moscow Kremlin is Red and the remains of the white city is buried under the ground. Sometimes during the excavations or construction works in Moscow downtown
the remains of these white walls can be found. Like this time, while building a multi-stored underground parking in Moscow downtime they use the old remains of something that could be of great interest for archeology as a good basis for the modern steel structures.
The video was submitted by our visitor The Dane via English Russia forum. If you live in Russia you can submit too. The reason why it's interesting is that they stand on the connection are of two train cars, without any walls or other protective measures while train
moves at high speed, and making themselves look like nothing special is happening. Such train surfing is not typical for Moscow metro. At the end of this video you can hear the voice of some aged man: "What are you doing? Should I call the police?"
The question of public lavatories is still very relevant in Russia, because there exists a shortage of them, especially in the big cities. Sometimes there is no place to go at all and people even have to use free lavatories in McDonald's. This street construction is supposed to be an effective solution of existing problem, but there are still some
details that should be improved. Men and women should gather in groups and enter it by turn - first men group, next - women. When the gentlemen finish their "business" there comes the turn for the ladies, and it seems that some ladies don't realize that this shelves are not actually shelves for their bags at all...