6 The Tallest Abandoned Structure In Russia

The Tallest Abandoned Structure In Russia

Posted on May 16, 2013 by team


In the Galichesky district of the Kostroma region of Russia there is an unusual structure - the TV tower 350 meters high. It's unique not because of its height but also because it does not function at all. This tower is the highest abandoned object on the territory of Russia. It's even higher than the Eiffel Tower. The TV tower has been abandoned for more than ten years but next year everything should change.

The structure was built in the 90s. It has six guylines, a boiler, a substation, a room for personnel. Unfortunately it was broken too fast, a couple of years ago even the cable and signalling lights were disassembled and stolen. Let's climb the tower right now!


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Now they plan to restore the TV tower. And the guard station is already here to protect the TV tower. Someone has already tried to take some parts for scrap.

The TV tower is a favorite place of base jumpers, however it's not for everyone - the structure is too high and compicated. The parachute canopy may cling to a guyline...

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6 Responses to “The Tallest Abandoned Structure In Russia”

  1. Timothy Erickson says:

    I wish there were a link to Google Maps for the location.

  2. MG says:

    That top platform looks nice place to have picnic =D

  3. 3K says:

    The highest TV tower were in Poland (about 630 m), but some years ago it colapsed.

  4. MrSatyre says:

    Yikes!

  5. MARK SMYTH says:

    The CN Tower in Toronto is higher at 1,815 feet which is 553 meters. They let you pay to hang off the edge too and walk around the edge hanging over…with a safety harness.

  6. thiet ke web 3d says:

    They let you pay to hang off the edge too and walk around the edge hanging over…with a safety harness.

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