7 Do Not Litter, Not

Do Not Litter, Not

Sergey has travelled through Siberia and has been puzzled by where so much trash is coming from. "There are much fewer villages around than
in the European part of Russia. People are pretty much not rich, so how do they produce so much trash??", writes the blogger.  

7 Soviet People Ten Years after the War

Soviet People Ten Years after the War

These are color photos by Semyon Friedland, of Soviet people on the verge of the "New World": WW2 had already been over for ten years, so the famine and destruction was mostly
overcome and people were heading for some new, bright future as they expected it would be. At least that is how I feel they were thinking, posing for those photos.
3 Another Weird Car

Another Weird Car

  Talking about weird cars this is another one that has been sent our way. According to the story, these were built in Soviet times by the people working in what can be called the Park Rangers
service - people taking care of forests. They were probably in need of cars which could go easily on the dirt roads and also wanted to stay comfy, so they came up with these.

4 Volunteer Restoration For Old Planes

Volunteer Restoration For Old Planes

The museum of aviation in Monino, Moscow region is constantly supported by volunteers who
considerably contribute to preservation of old vehicles. Let's see what they did in May-June, 2014.

6 Exhibition of Russian Modern Military Equipment, Part II

Exhibition of Russian Modern Military Equipment, Part II

Some more pictures from the Oboronexpo 2014. This one, on the image
above, is a Russian air defence missile weapon system "Antei 2500".
4 Pave-work of Ukhta

Pave-work of Ukhta

It's a pretty long video of six minutes, I think watching just a couple of minutes might be enough to get an idea of what sorts of pavement you might meet there. As they say it costs a few millions per mile to pave the road and
this is the quality they get in Ukhta, Russia. I am not sure, maybe this is pretty normal and they just panic for nothing, but still it looks cool when a paved road can be disassembled just with a one man power.

1 New Life For Old Planes

New Life For Old Planes

At the maintenance base of the airport in Mineralnye Vody, Stavropol region, Russia, they restore old aircrafts trying to
preserve the history of Soviet and Russian aviation. What they manage to achieve is shown on the images inside the post.

6 Exhibition of Russian Modern Military Equipment

Exhibition of Russian Modern Military Equipment

Photos from Oboronexpo 2014 (exhibition of armament in Zhukovsky, Moscow region). 212 Russian and 8 foreign companies took part in the event. On the picture above is a full-scale model
of a heavy wheeled infantry combat vehicle "ATOM" developed by specialists from Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, and their French colleagues from Renault Trucks Defense company.
2 Kiesza in the Village

Kiesza in the Village

Take a look on Russian take on
modern Canadian singer Kiesza.
12 400 White Trucks for Ukraine

400 White Trucks for Ukraine

    Tens or hundreds white KAMAZ trucks moved to Ukraine's border tell the news outlets. Some already report that some of those have already crossed the border. Where did they get so many white trucks? A day before photos surfaced posted by some soldier (allegedly) in his social network page how he was bragging that they painted white
400 military trucks. Some photos show the trucks with black registration plates which belong to the army, however what I read from news report that trucks don't have plates at all. If those have crossed the border or not, should be probably clear from the next news reports, meanwhile here are the photos of those.

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