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31 Winter Days Of Two Capitals

Winter Days Of Two Capitals

Posted on January 8, 2011 by team


As usual mass media is remaining silent, however a tremendous snow apocalypse was about to engulf the capital of Ukraine. Maidan is covered in thick snow, the transport is paralyzed, Borispol is completely blocked up and even the president is buried in snowdrifts in his Administration.

Take a look at this chilling collection of pictures.

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31 Responses to “Winter Days Of Two Capitals”

  1. OLUT says:

    Ugh, it’s only January and I am already sick of the snow. Hurry, Spring!

  2. DougW says:

    No snow here yet. :(

  3. Roman says:

    The first pics are Toys in Snow!

  4. don says:

    We see the Roman Catholic cathedral of St Nikolas in some of the photos of Kyiv.
    Pax et Bonum

  5. Ivan says:

    Es una coña, o que?
    Is it a joke?

    A proposito, otra vez no se ven los comentarios…
    I can´t see the comentes again, moderator, please do smth…

  6. Ivan says:

    Oops, I do see them now, but in the previos posts I couldn´t
    Puedo ver los ahora pero en los posts anteriores no pude ver para nada

  7. Huh says:

    What the hell? Half of those pictures are fake, mini models of cars and fake snow!

  8. Musa says:

    Those killer icicles are wicked looking.

  9. Dave says:

    I’m not sure about all of them, but the first two aren’t exactly real photos as the cars are clearly miniature models. Look at the doors, windows, and the body cutlines. It’s easy to make a snowfall look huge with models. They were careful not to show wheels or headlights that often look strange on models, but forgot about other parts.

  10. Elsa says:

    The miniatures are amazing! But since when was saving human lives “perverse”?

    • OLUT says:

      They’re knocking down icicles from tops of buildings, not exactly saving lives. Well, somewhat saving lives… meaning icicles won’t fall and hit people if they’re knocked down first. The Perverse part comes in because sometimes the people hired to knock icicles down like to aim at targets on the ground. Like somebody’s car.

  11. cockatrice says:

    And you shoulda’ been listenin’ to the New Yawkas whining over here about 2 feet of snow. Some of them thought the world was coming to an end. I actually wish they’d get one of these snow dumps yall get so they would have a real experience of being snowed in and snowbound in what they think is the financial hub of the universe. Haaa haaa!

  12. popadicris says:

    The first pictures seem to be scaled models. Very realistic.

  13. Pedro says:

    I’m using Chrome and I’m seeing the comments.

  14. L.S.Zlatopolsky says:

    I’m cold… :-(

  15. asteroid no. 444 says:

    Being (up) high is fun… ;-)

  16. joe says:

    Ummm… Most of these are CLEARLY pictures of toys posed in such suggestive manners.

  17. PKN says:

    man sized snow flakes, in Mighty Russia, snow smash you!

  18. John Kimble says:

    Fake!

    First!!

  19. aha says:

    fake. first 11.

  20. LMHTFY says:

    That is a lot of snow!
    The miniature buildings etc look pretty good as well

  21. Sergei says:

    Why do you have toy cars in those photos? Looks really funny.

  22. Elias says:

    These are not real cars and buildings.

  23. Irene says:

    The photos are real, but have nothing to do with Kiev. First, It’s not Russia, but an independent state of Ukraine. Hope it will remain such. Those captions Maidan, Kreshchatic, President Administration, etc. are a mere fake. Kiev is a beautiful civilized city.

    And there was no much snow this year. And so far the streets are not snow bound! The author of the text is a liar cheating you guys!

    Most likely these are shots from some city in Donbass region which is really in bad condition.

    The guys are doing a very important job knocking icicles down. There is no any other way to get rid of them. They do not hit ether people or cars. They are not fools to pay for the damage.)))

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