6 Such Different Holidays, Such Different People…

Such Different Holidays, Such Different People…

Posted on October 18, 2010 by team

Practically every day there is a special day in Russia, and different people celebrate these dates differently. And even when people do not celebrate anything, they have their own personal events and experiences, which can sometimes make up nice photographs!

A fest for children, the Moscow Region, 09.2010

Concert in memory of Victor Tsoy, Saint Petersburg, 08.2010

Someone’s wedding, the Moscow Region, 10.2010

The Russian Flag Day, Saint Petersburg, 08.2010

The opening of Nikolay Valuev’s sport school, 09.2010

The meeting of “SS-Galitch” division veterans, the Lvovskaya Region, Ukraine, 07.2010

A cross procession, the Leningradskaya Region, 07.2010

The 10-th annual of the “Kursk” submarine wreck, Saint Petersburg, 08.2010

A granny tries to break throw police lines, Saint Petersburg, 08.2010


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6 Responses to “Such Different Holidays, Such Different People…”

  1. Left SR says:

    America celebrates ignorance (tea party, anyone?).

  2. L.S.Zlatopolsky says:

    May Day!

  3. are you kidding says:

    The 4th of July.

  4. Shadrach says:

    Hey great photos, #1 of the smoking girl is fantastic. Also Nikolay Valuev looks like a badass thug, I would be scared meeting him.

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