World extreme public transportation in Russia
56 World’s Most Extreme Public Transportation?

World’s Most Extreme Public Transportation?

Where is the world's most extreme public transportation service is located in? It can easily be assumed that in Norilsk city, Russia. Norilsk people say about themselves "We have seen snowings in June, our parents are going to the job in the column of the buses leaded and followed by
special snow clearing machines, our city was built by prisoners, when we hear that the weather is going to be warmer it means it would be -10, and we don't have any homeless - just none would survive at -54". This photos were made in the buses of Norilsk city.
First Soviet Russian bulb
29 First Soviet Bulb

First Soviet Bulb

This is how the first Soviet Russian bulbs looked liked. They had the Stalin and Lenin half-face cut as a glower and were considered to be a very classy present - the first of the series were
presented to the delegates of Soviet parliament of 1935. Nowadays they are considered to be an awesome antique gadget and for sale in Moscow antique shops for around $2,000.
Russian navy comics
14 Russian Navy Comics

Russian Navy Comics

Meet this series of Russian comics describing the everyday life of Russian
navy submarine as seen by the eyes of the ex-Russian marine captain.
Russian Wall-E case mod
235 Russian Wall-E Case Mod

Russian Wall-E Case Mod

This project took 18 days from this Russian guy to accomplish. It all has began after he has watched that cartoon. An idea sparked thru his head "I want to build such thing to hold my computer stuff in it". A
solid-metal Wall-E computer case, each detail carefully cut from the metal sheets processed and put in place. Swiss precision homemade heavy metal WallE geeky step-by-step history is waiting us below:
126 Smartest Dogs: Moscow Stray Dogs

Smartest Dogs: Moscow Stray Dogs

Russian scientists say that Moscow stray dogs became much smarter. The four legged oldest human's friends demonstrate real smartness such as riding the Moscow metro every morning to get from their suburban places of living to the fat regions of Moscow center. Once they arrive to the downtown they demonstrate different new, previously unseen for the dog skills. Those skills can include "the hunt for shawarma" for example, the popular among Muscovites eastern cuisine dish. This hunt scene can be seen as this: Regular Moscow busy street with some small food kiosks. A middle-aged man buys himself a piece of hot fast food and walks aside chewing it without a rush. Then just in a second he jumps up frightened - some doggy has sneaked up on him and barked out loudly. His tasty snack falls out from his hands down to the ground and the dog gets it. Just ten minutes later, on the same place, the teen youngster loses his dinner in exactly the same manner. The modern Russian dogs are on their urban hunt. "This method of ambushing people from their back is widely exercised by Moscow dogs", saying A. Poiarkov, working in Ecology and Evolution Institute of Moscow. "The main point here is to define who would drop the food scared and who won't, but the dogs are great psychologists they can do it better than us". Moscow ecologists think that dogs started acquiring this habits in 1990s, when the Soviet union collapsed and Moscow has fell into the hands of new class of Russian capitalists. They understood the true value of the downtown realty underestimated by previous Communist owners and became removing all the industrial complexes Moscow had in its centre to its outskirts. Those places were used by homeless dogs as a
shelter often, so the dogs had to move together with their houses, so they had to learn how to travel Moscow subway - first to get to the centre in the morning then back home in the evening, just as us people. "Sometimes dogs are doing mistakes adapting in metro, but they are studying." The commercial revolution of Moscow made their usual feeding places like trash bins out of direct reach, so they had to get to know new ways of getting their piece of food. That's how appeared those "Shawarma hunts". Sometimes though they use more gentle methods. Young girl sits on the bench to eat her hot dog - a big cute looking dog appears from the surrounding bushes and puts her head on her knees. The girl can't help herself sharing the hotdog with a dog. Among some more amazing skill those Moscow dogs are the ability not to miss their stop while going on the subway train. Biologists say dogs have very nice sense of time which helps them not to miss their destination. Another skill they have is to cross the road on the green traffic light. "They don't react on color, but on the picture they see on the traffic light", Moscow scientist tells. Also they choose often the last or the first metro car - those are less crowded usually. It's funny but the ecologists studying Moscow stray dogs also tell the dogs don't miss a chance to get some play while on their travel in the subway. They are fond of jumping in the train just seconds before the doors shut closed risking their tails be jammed. "They do it for fun, just they have enough food", they conclude. continued below...
Russian girl, not
30 A Surprise Girl

A Surprise Girl

When meeting Russian girl for the first time be
hundred percent sure to look in her face first.
Russian supermarket jokes
23 Supermarket Humor

Supermarket Humor

This Russian supermarket in Ukraine has strange sense of humor. Like on the photo above they offer to buy "pickles and milk and
then get toilet paper for just one cent" obviously saying that you would need it after such a lunch. Some more inside.
Russian design lamp
5 Lamp of Bulbs

Lamp of Bulbs

Russian designer makes
custom "Lamps of Bulbs".
Russian gym in forest
15 Forest Gym

Forest Gym

Doing sports on fresh air is so fun. Guys have
found a working gym somewhere in Russian woods.
Russian dead town - stays abandoned
68 Another Trip to Kadikchan

Another Trip to Kadikchan

Second trip to Kadikchan town - lost city of Russia. On the first
photo is how it looked like when it was not abandoned yet.

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