These days in some parks of St. Petersburg you can meet chandeliers made of used plastic bottles..
thanks to Roman Rublevich
I love how Russians park freakin’ wherever the hell they want! Notice the car parked on a walk path – halfway on the path and halfway on the grass in the middle of a park!
That is what amazed me in Russia- people parked ANYWHERE.
That, my friend, is real freedom!
Yes you are right.few months ago i listened about the drunk driver,who park his car on railway track and slept in his vehicle! ! ! ! !.you can imagine what could happened next?
i like too russian freedom.europe it’s another,here freedom not totaly.
Russian driving is way worse than their parking.
Correct parallel parking i.e. is referred to as ‘english parking’ -which is not intended to be a compliment. A real man parks anyway he wants and will not make more than the most basic efforts. Rude and selfish.
It’s not a park, just a yard, look at the houses behind the trees, these are visible in the first picture too. The guy is parking under his/her window, it’s neither a crime nor violation.
Lanterns are fun. They could connect some sources of light there too.
This may be true… but I certainly did see some crazy parking jobs in Russia in the summer of 2006…
People parked in the following locations in Moscow:
Half-on-curb-half-off-curb in Gorky Park
On sidewalks throughout the city
On the side of a freeway.
On the OFF RAMP of a FREEWAY!
talking about freedom is US? i have been living in this country for the past 24 years and yet seen freedom…
what a great thing to do with trash: turn it into decoration.
are these lamps comissioned or do they just pop up ‘illegaly’?
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