35 The Scariest Place On The Black Sea

The Scariest Place On The Black Sea

Posted on March 18, 2011 by team

We’ve already published pictures of odd children’s playgrounds (1, 2, 3, 4, 5) and this is one more place that’ll make you at least puzzled…

Sooner or later everybody becomes adult and doesn’t  believe in childish fairy tales anymore. But there is a place at the Back Sea which can ruin one’s childhood in a single stroke! This strange children park is situated in Sergeevka – formerly a famous resort, but now abandoned due to this “unchildish” park.

The first thing we see is a scary giant with a blanched face which reminds of Jonny Depp in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Here the “fairy tale” begins.

One of the creatures on the yellow wall. You will soon understand why it has such an angry face.

One of the Puskin’s characters from “Ruslan and Lyudmila” with empty eyes-loopholes and strange metal construction on the head…

A huge black cat with deadly eyes and a tale twofold thicker than legs.

This part of the park is fully devoted to the works of a famous Russian juvenile author Alexander Volkov.

A scary big head is attentively watching everything in the park. One of the heroes is noosed and the two others do something strange.

These wooden soldiers are the most innocent creatures in the park…

Ktulkhu is ready to demolish your brain – just sit on the bench.


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35 Responses to “The Scariest Place On The Black Sea”

  1. testicules says:

    No wonder Russia is so screwed up

    • your brain says:

      you are also screwed up

      • testicules says:

        Yes I am. However, that doesn’t excuse the creepy looking play grounds. Not to mention the safety hazards that are rampant in these places. I would never let my kids touch one of these hell holes.

        • tenten says:

          i pity your sprongs

          • Squirrelbutt says:

            I would be a little frightened by this park. But I would commend the thought. Parks are an important part of each community and a great place for children to grow. I do hope they have better parks for the kids.

  2. your brain says:

    Yes it would be much better if they bought a lot of plastic toys from China, where poor children are forced to work almost for free 7 days per week just to produce plastic rubbish for American parks. Great idea!

  3. CZenda says:

    Poor children.

  4. Don says:

    The problem with those parks are not that they are weird, but that the stuffs are in ferrocement, that is very hard, and so it is quite dangerous for the children to play there. It is very much easier to break on’s leg or head on ferrocement than on wood or plastic!
    + Pax et Bonum

  5. FührerBunker.AT says:

    F. Bunker here.

    FAKE AND GA/Y , because tha vagizzle of A. Bunka’s mother is tha most scrarry place around tha black sea xDD

  6. r2k-in-the-vortex says:

    oh i would have so loved to play there as a kid

  7. Ricky Bobby says:

    I’ve seen alot of Photoshops in my day…and that my friends photoshopped or not is plain messed up. Were good ol’ Mickey and Bugs?

  8. Musa says:

    I bet it was attractive to kids in it’s day. But I agree with Don, this stuff looks dangerous and I bet a number of little kids were hurt here while trying to play on this stuff. I don’t see much grass either and I bet this place gets pretty damn muddy when it rains.

  9. Musa says:

    Release my comment you damn beast!

  10. Musa says:

    What did I say that was so awful that you had to lock my words in limbo for eternity? :P

  11. SovMarxist1924 says:

    Children have vivid imaginations due to their developing frontal lobes. I doubt many would be terrified by these structures. Children “see” differently. I don’t think this is a bizarre place.
    I love the H.P. Lovecraft “character.” Excellent! .. Testicules, why don’t you sit on that bench? (pic no. 10)

    And Comrade “asteroid no. 444″ would undoubtedly “dig the shrooms.”

    • asteroid no. 444 says:

      I resemble that remark! And I don’t think most kids would be scared either. Looks like a Russian beatnik designed this playground.

  12. asteroid no. 444 says:

    The scariest place on the Black Sea: the place where the jellyfish are invading (a few posts ago).

  13. silvertwinz says:

    the giant face with the lion is from the “wizard of oz” it’s is the wizard (the big face), the tin man (standing on the far left), the cowardly lion (in front of the tin man). the scarecrow is playing on the ladder.

    things do make sense, you have to think about them and not freak out. :) i bet lots of other things here are from fairy tales or other kids stories.

    i would LOVE to go here! beauty is in the eye of the beholder, i know, but things do make sense if you take a second and look.

    • CZenda says:

      They are not from The Wizard of Oz, they are from the book´s Soviet copy written by Volkov. No matter what, the place has post-apocalyptic feel due to the materials used.

  14. tenten says:

    a lick of paint and a change of season is all that’s needed

  15. FührerBunker.AT says:

    F. Bunker here.

    No, i know her ju/nkho/le because she’s kasahstans most hardest working transse/xual pro/sti/tute

  16. L.S.Zlatopolsky says:

    What, me worry?

  17. Urban Ghosts says:

    Slightly unsettling stuff!

  18. Anatole says:

    abselutli normal park I dont see anythin wrong (?)

  19. Ivana Benderova says:

    Back in the day, nearly all ukrainians sent their kids to summer camps. This is a typical sight for city playgrounds and at these camps. Most of them are run down or closed due to the poor economic situation now and look a bit creepy.

  20. forehead says:

    wenn man als Kind die Bücher von Alexander Volkov gelesen hat das gar nicht so gruselig :D

  21. Bakedpotatoes says:

    Only looks creepy now. Probably looked great 30 years ago.

  22. Bruce says:

    Kids love scary stuff like this.

  23. Deson says:

    I think the metal framework around that one person’s head may have been for a platform for the kids to stand on.

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