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33 Kirovsk, Another Northern Town

Kirovsk, Another Northern Town

Posted on January 21, 2008 by


Kirovsk, Russia 1

This is Kirovsk, another Russian Northern town.

Kirovsk, Russia 2

Kirovsk, Russia 3


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33 Responses to “Kirovsk, Another Northern Town”

  1. Photoshop! says:

    I’m first again!!!!

    And this is PHOTOSHOP!!!!

  2. lelon says:

    more Kirovsk photo (1 year ago)

    http://gallery.ru/watch?a=cl-OCg

  3. lithuanian says:

    first

  4. Marcus says:

    Really beautiful shots, used one as my desktop!

  5. another from finland says:

    It’s sad to see that beautiful building fall into such disrepair. What does the label say above the entrance? What building is it?

  6. vladimir fickdusiemir says:

    Beautiful pictures.

  7. djr2096 says:

    Oh I love these pics. Kraseevy!!!

  8. H. Cook says:

    Great pictures I would like to see the same taken during the summer.

    • maxD says:

      In summer you will be disappointed for sure. Snow takes a lot of the ugliness of the average soviet-city away, as is proved in these pictures.

      The beautiful landscape is completely spoiled by those ungainly grey apartment buildings. Check picture 9.

  9. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says:

    I love the night/darkness photos. The beautiful colorful lights in the sky make the city like a giant disco! :)

  10. rogatek says:

    ok, who’s going with me for a trip to the north? ;)
    it’s beautiful

  11. Richard S. says:

    Looks like the town is well managed. Snow removal, ect.

  12. kenneth says:

    how cool!

    they even have a ski resort

  13. maxD says:

    During summer it will probably be less beautiful. Snow is a blessing for ugly cities and buildings. Look how those grey apartment buildings are soiling the landscape… :(

    I love the nature. I don’t like what people did to it.

    • Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says:

      Dear friend MaxD,

      Look on a bright sidethose gray apartment buildings are probably full of young Russian ladies looking for nice man to take them to a dinner, disco, and later on . . . you know.

    • Texas1 says:

      I agree. It would take millions to get me to move to this cold, desolate place.

  14. Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says:

    Look on a bright side–those gray apartment buildings are probably full of young Russian ladies looking for nice man to take them to a dinner, disco, and later on . . . you know.

  15. illlich says:

    ahhhhh . . . “Life in a Northern Town.”

  16. Tom in Denver says:

    What a great web site! I have often admired the Russian people and their ability to thrive in very harsh conditions and under sometimes very heavy-handed rulers. What a shame that so many barriers have existed between the United States and Russia. I hope that the future will find our countries as friends, but somehow I think it may not ever happen. Great site.

    • Domo says:

      Well said!
      I just want to add, that the barriers are set by polititians and for polititians. I wish that it would not stop people of our countries from being friends.

  17. sibirsky says:

    фото #17 как Хиросима после ядерного удара D:

  18. reidar says:

    truly amazing!

    it’s a shame that they’re too small for a wallpaper :(

  19. Shooroop says:

    Excellent view! But this town is turning up on the extreme north, and there very difficult life.

  20. robert says:

    Imagine growing up there, like on the end of the world. I couldn’t do it

  21. Taupey says:

    Very Beautiful!

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