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Wednesday, 22 May, 2013
Standing on the red light on the railway crossroad? Waiting for the train to pass? Noway!
If a Russian police boss is in the hurry he won't wait, let the trains wait!
It was a big underground submarine base and docks once in USSR. After the Soviet Union collapsed and Russian
army left Ukraine it was partly abandoned and some of its parts was converted into a museum later.
And by the way if you are going to stay for some days in St. Petersburg this
summer, don't forget to visit the city beach. It's worth looking.
Moscow is a very conservative city. No gay pride parades were ever allowed by the city authorities to be held. Because of that it's even more unclear how a
naked man can ran across the city so freely. Maybe it is some kind of the top city authority - look how police secures his way! via ru_auto
Some Russian people hate American cars so much that
they smash them with a tank for a scrap metal!
Those are photos of Russia by Boris Mikhailov. Well, for sure these
photos were not made these days, but something like 15 years ago.
Those scenes remind the scenes from the "Day After Tomorrow" movie, but it's not a
movie scene. These are abandoned ships left to rust near Kamchatka, Russia.
Some Russian playgrounds have been equipped with cute small merry-go-round like things recently. But, no, they are not
supposed to be rode by those Russian kids - they are to please the eyes of grown-ups. These things would never swing.
We had already a beer ad depicting Russian life made in Sweden, this time another creative from
our Southern African friends. This is how they think Russian beer should look like.
Click on the video above to play. All these young Russian guys from St. Petersbburg wanted were just a couple of pizza slices and a hot dog. But it seems that
they got there too late - someone was already eating their pizza. Probably this is when reality meets movies - real Ratatotuille came to play.
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