9 Forbidden Novosibirsk

Forbidden Novosibirsk


Novosibirsk is one of a few Russian cities that has a few roofers, diggers and other trouble makers. Law-enforcement authorities are very vigilant here. Next to the subway documents are checked together with serial numbers of cellphones which is done to find those ones that had been stolen. Local inhabitants are active as well: just try to overcome a fence or spoil a TVset in a subway train and witnesses of the action will immediately call the police. Getting the photographs below was far from being easy.

Skyscrapers stand close to summer houses here.

The Communal road bridge.

Most drivers of Novosibirsk use right-hand-drive vehicles that have been transported from Japan. Due to dry climate and lack of reagents on the roads cars never get decomposed here. But their traffic jams are awful just like anywhere else.

The subway has a very interesting construction. Right now it consists of two lines and 13 stations. Engineers used many interesting technical decisions, for example, an intersection of two lines right above each other at an angle of 90 degrees, so that a person can observe simultaneous movement of trains standing at the place.

The fans are located in a vertical direction.

The purpose of some constructions is not clear.

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9 Responses to “Forbidden Novosibirsk”

  1. Mercal says:

    Thank God I do not live here!

  2. (r)evolutionist says:

    Another overpopulated (over polluted) city. And taking captured “pirates” on an extended tour of a theater was as cruel as cruel gets…

  3. kirov says:

    when you’re russian for food, there’s no time for stalin!

  4. Terry says:

    LMAO! That’s funny kirov! lol Cool pics, from someone who already lives in the Arctic, I can appreciate them. Cheers!

  5. Tim says:

    My city! The best! :) But pictures are not so good, you can find better ones here.
    Weather right now is -30 something… :((( Half of Japan cars cant take it, but mine (Japan too) still working alright. I used to love winted, right now i hate it (( summer is better

  6. Michael says:

    I lived there for 5 years, never saw police checking documents in the metro, unlike in Moscow and St. Petersburg.

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