5 What Is Depicted on the 10 Rubles Bill?

What Is Depicted on the 10 Rubles Bill?

Posted on May 28, 2012 by team

Gorkovskaya power plant is called Nizhegorodskaya today. The settlement of the workers turned into the whole city in the Trans-Volga region. Nizhegorodskaya power plant is rather impressive. No wonder after seeing the Nizhegorodskaya plant you want to see the Krasnoyarskaya one that is 12 times more powerful than the first one.

So let’s find ourselves near the Yenisei river where the station is located.

No construction could exist without him!

It seems the builders could literally win the laws of nature – to block one of the biggest rivers in the severely cold winter. Along all the 126 m perimeter necessary temperature of the air is maintained.


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5 Responses to “What Is Depicted on the 10 Rubles Bill?”

  1. SSSR says:

    I still have some 10 ruble notes from 2007.I did not spend all of them on candy at Moscow International going home to the states.

  2. Fred Johnson says:

    “No construction can exist without him”, and nothing can last WITH him….

  3. (r)evolutionist says:

    “No construction could exist without him!” :-)
    “It looks so shiny and new-more Western than Soviet.” :-(

  4. petrohof says:

    well, did soviet construction ever really look shiney and new? seems a lot of it looked pretty shabby. why can this last only 20 more years? should be 3 times that at least!

  5. Tommo says:

    I like the big ol’ truck on the granite block. Them commo’s made solid things. None of this burger king spice girl nonsense we have in the west.

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