We've had recently an abandoned railway in Abkhazia, abandoned as a result of USSR collapse when new "independent" republics couldn't maintain the complicated and high-cost USSR legacy objects. But this one was abandoned long before the USSR collapse, it was doomed to be abandoned from the beginning. It was built by a personal Stalin's order
in the middle of nowhere - deep inside Northern Siberia between Salekhard city and Igarka town. It was not connected with any other Russian Federal Railway System and the purpose of it still is not very clear, so as a senseless toy it way abandoned pretty soon and now rusts accessible only with a helicopter.
Nu, pogodi! (You Just Wait!) is a series of Russian animated shorts directed by Vyacheslav Kotyonochkin, produced at the Soyuzmultfilm studio in Moscow, between 1969 and 1986. The plot is the similar to the world-famous cartoons Tom & Jerry or Road Runner: the Wolf (Volk), a hooligan and a smoker, tries to catch the Hare (Zayats), very positive and kind hero, with the intention to eat him. Every episode
shows various aspects of life. For example, episode in a museum, in a city, in the fairground at night, etc. As for music, there were used only modern musical hits of that time. These series have become the favorite Soviet cartoon among several generations of Russians families till our days. Any additional information can be found here, and the whole series are below.
Normal car plates in Russia are made of the paint coated steel - like in European countries. But it seems this guy has lost one of his plates and decided to make an alternative - just to print out a full size of his plates on the paper. Really why not, I've heard that in India they don't get plates from
the state at all, they just get alpha-numerical combination from the road inspection and produce the plates by themselves. The methods therefore vary greatly - some draw them right on the car, some on wooden plates etc etc. This guy can give a good example for Indian drivers..