6 Tiny Russia In A St. Petersburg Museum

Tiny Russia In A St. Petersburg Museum

Posted on November 29, 2011 by

In a museum of St. Petersburg there is a model of Russia called ‘Grand Model’. It’s not an exact copy of some Russian city, as many think it is; it is a smaller version of the country’s lifestyle and organization. Take a look!

Shuttle buses near the railway station. Note the way they are parked relative to the markings.

A dormitory area.

A yard.

A mine.

A naval base.

Country cottages (dachas).

Men reparing a ‘Volga’.

Russian roads as they are.


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6 Responses to “Tiny Russia In A St. Petersburg Museum”

  1. anyad says:

    On the picture, where 2 men are repairing a car, the car isn’t a Volga, but a Moskvich.

  2. Chaim says:

    These are awesome, love the crop circle.

  3. Maesrobert says:

    Which museum? Where in St Petersburg?

  4. Roar says:

    There is a truck…with only german sings on it. Was it stolen there?

  5. The Stegosaur says:

    Not bad! I’m a modeller myself and of course much enjoy these kind of posts.

  6. Danila says:

    Range Rover in Russian dirt. I see that more and more times…

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