In 1980 Canadian spouses David and Cheryl Hendersons came on a visit to Moscow to see XXII Summer Olympic Games where they took a lot of interesting photos. They were the parents of a Canadian sportswoman
Sandra Henderson who set the Olympic flame in 1976 in Montreal. Here are the pics not only of the Opening Ceremony but beautiful views of Moscow that changed so much on those July days.
Moving in the direction from Orenburg to Orsk, soon after "Orsk" sign the road starts descending. Further is a sign "overtaking prohibited". Drivers usually didn't notice it and did overpassed in this place, thus, many of them had their driving licence
suspended. About a month ago there was made a continuous line in that place and income of the local road police drastically decreased. Poor but clever guys from the road police painted over the continuous line turning it into dash.
Largest private collection of CPUs has been discovered upon one Russian guy has posted a message on a forum. His message says "here is my humble collection for you" and then listed something more than one thousand of different types of computer processors
he collected. There are ones from the old times and as well as modern ones, the lost and seemed never coming back relics of Soviet Russian genuine processors that preceded Intel world dominance and many other interesting findings he had.