Photos of little Siberian towns. Some of them are now abandoned, some are populated, but living there is not a honeymoon. These pictures remind of the fact that a human being can adapt to any conditions.
Wow, like Africa.
Great photos, but I think you should put some credit about the site where you found this set (DRB).
It’s below the last image are you blind.
The first picture says it all. I feel bad for people living there as the Soviet era industries produce so damn much pollution that it must be hard to breathe.
A proud Russian would say Moscow is the only Russia.
A proud russian say Siberia and other parts is Russia,but not Moscow,it been Russia long time ago, now its own Moscow Kingdom.
Part of theese “Siberian Towns” is allocated in European part of Country – region 35
It’d be nice to know where these places are.
First picture reminds me of Mt. Doom from Lord of the Rings
True Communist “progress”. The “Black Triangle” located on the borders of Czechoslovakia, DDR and Poland looked like this 20 yrs ago.
=) Never sow something like it here. Also I not sure that this is Russia, it can be post Soviet territory. Normally each country have regressed territory. Each town have building before destroy. & I would look on your country after losing in cold war, you know it’s not so easy.
If I lived in Siberia I would be doing everything I could to create global warming too.
You should entitle this post as “Western Democracy enters Siberia”.
Insane K*ir_ov strikes again!
So everyone in that city lives in those housing projects?
i don’t think many people live there any longer. it looks abandoned for the most part.
Yeah, but this place is a heaven for bums. xD
odd it did not show anyone else… I am not first
Some of the pictures show Norilsk.
Yes it is not cosy, but all of us will go there where a lot of $ is being earned. We cannot judge this!
Whoa…I have never seen anyplace where so many towns, etc., are just abandoned.
it’s hard to see the difference between abandoned and populated buildings
F. Bunker here.
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