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8 On the Highest Peak of Russia

On the Highest Peak of Russia

Posted on April 27, 2012 by team


Mercury Tower of the business centre Moscow City is the highest construction in Russia for now. The height from the ground to the top of the crane boom tip is more than 380 m! Inside the post you’ll see one of the last winter sunrises of Moscow.

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8 Responses to “On the Highest Peak of Russia”

  1. Mal Milligan says:

    Are those stacks from a commercial nuclear reactor in the 7th picture down from the top? At least we put ours a bit out of the civilian centers. We use fault lines too in California. lol

    • Don says:

      Its thermoelectric plant! Jesus…but since you’re californian and don’t have russian winters,its fine. Cos when people from the WEST see a vapor,they think its polution or atom plants.

    • Don says:

      To say the story short its for central heat system. Nuclear reactor can’t be placed in town.

    • Chuck says:

      It’s only cooling towers used for many kind of thermal power-plants but all brain-washed people always think “nuclear” when they saw it. Pathetic.

  2. Sean says:

    It’s not a nuclear plant, nor that was smoke – it’s steam. This is a steam plant to provide the central heating and electricity. What a smug californian!

  3. Arne says:

    `Highest construction in Russia´ Are you kidding me? Forgot about the 540 meters high Ostankino tower? Highest building maybe, but construction, no way.

  4. Marvin says:

    What a hellhole

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