A super-master of miniatures Nikolay Aldunin is going to have a museum of his works in Moscow. He was born in Tula, but after becoming popular all over the country and abroad for his fabulous works, he moved to the capital and continued creating his tiny things there. He managed to
shoe a flea, carved portraits of Russian authors on rice grains and constructed a microscopic miniature of the Eiffel Tower, and lots of other awesome things, which seem to be just impossible to make without special hi-tech equipment. But he can do that!
The guy who made this photos lives in some city in Sakhalin region of Russia, the one that is near Japan. He didn't expect his photos would get popular when he just wandered across his town and made them, primarily to
show to his friends. Later the link was passed from person to person and it's still not very clear what caused them to achieve so much fame, maybe you can get a clue by seeing this photo series?
Fashion historian Alexander Vasyliev believes that the model profession was invented by Russian emigrants, who were the first who said, “We’ll do it all the time and for money!” In Russia the word combination “a fashion model” became the synonym for “the standard
of beauty” ages and ages ago, and it has always been an admiration for all foreigners. Let’s take a look at the list of Russian fashion models abroad, modern ones and those who became fashion stars back in the early 20-ies of the 20-th century.
A new dish became extremely popular among some Russian bloggers lately. Now it's not quite clear who was the first one who invented this mod by pinning some uncooked sausage with hard spaghetti sticks and then boiling
this alltogether and getting first "haired sausage" ready. Then, publishing the outcomes on Internet caused a real wave of interest from many who wanted to try making their own haired frankfurter.
Samuel Collins, an Englishman, who was a doctor of tsar Alexis of Russia (the 17th century) and spent nine years at his court, wrote a letter to his friend, describing in what environment he lived and what weird traditions Russians had back then.
Neither men, nor women dare forget to wear a belt under pains and penalties of heaven. They do not whistle using their lips (it’s considered to be inappropriate), but do this with their teeth, and that is very strange.