4 Soviet Army Legacy Supermarket in Belarus

Soviet Army Legacy Supermarket in Belarus

Have you ever dreamt of your own armoured personal carrier? To drive in the countryside and scare locals away? Or maybe you'd prefer a cross-country vehicle to furrow frozen ground? If you are a radio ham you are twice lucky because you could find so much working material here! Blogger Anton (anton-petrus) has been there in spring - the
military unit belonging to the communications division of the Belorussian Mistry of Defence. This where they do real business! After the collapse of the USSR Belarus had a lot of equipment - most of it in an ideal condition. And they decided to sell it, places like this turned into a huge unique supermarket!
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5 Road in Udmurtia

Road in Udmurtia

Talking about roads, this is an example of the road in Udmurtia, someone sent us. However, this might be strictly because of
the harsh climate conditions. Like, people of Canada and Brasil sometimes tell they have similar problems around..
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0 Ukrainian Security Service General Grand Dad Showing Skills

Ukrainian Security Service General Grand Dad Showing Skills

  This Ukrainian grand dad was a KGB (and then Ukrainian Security Service) general. Even that he is pretty old he still has some skills and someone has got him on video so we decided  to share this video with you. He says those are normal
AK-47 knives, "nothing special, just regular non-modified AK-47 bayonet knife". I am not sure exactly of his age, but this man is Konstantin Siry - was an Ukrainian anti-terrorist center officer. People call him "legendary".

4 This Is Where Highly Demanded Rocket Engines Are Made

This Is Where Highly Demanded Rocket Engines Are Made

Blogger zelenyikot visited the scientific-production association "Energomash" to see the process of creation the most demanded and most powerful liquid rocket engines. It's exactly
where the engines for Soviet-Russian rockets "Soyuz" and "Proton" were made, for Soviet-Ukrainian "Zenit" and "Dnieper", for South Korean KSLV-1 and for American Atlas-5...
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0 Russian Accelerator Complex: Birth House of New Technologies

Russian Accelerator Complex: Birth House of New Technologies

Ralphmirebs, the blogger who has already visited plenty of cool abandoned Russian and Japanese places, has recently been to the functioning accelerator complex with colliding electron-positron
beams "Super Charm-Tau factory" belonging to the Novosibirsk Institute of nuclear physics named after G.I. Budker". Here we present the images of this undoubtedly interesting object.
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0 Army of Kazakhstan Training Hard

Army of Kazakhstan Training Hard

We've seen pictures of the Russia Army on this site quite often. We've seen the Ukraine Army, too. The Belarus Army was captured in a few posts as well. But now something different. This is a training exercise of the Kazakhstani army in the field.
Kazakhstan is said to be the second most wealthy country amongst the ex-Soviet republics, so they probably get some nice spendings on the military and VoxPopuli team has visited them to take a look, so we now can see those too:
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8 In the Metro

In the Metro

Moscow traffic jams bother people of the city a lot, at least according to what they say. So Russian blogger Ilya went under the ground into Moscow's metro to avoid his next jam. There he encountered what might be called "an underground
traffic jam" with people standing in line for hours to get back to their homes after the workday is over. "You can spend more time in a subway traffic jam than in a jam on the surface!", says Ilya. Let's see what he saw there!
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5 This Is Where Russia Borders With China and North Korea

This Is Where Russia Borders With China and North Korea

Russian blogger smitsmitty had a helicopter tour over the south of Primorye (Khasansky and Nadezhdinsky districts) and took plenty of beautiful
images that we have the pleasure to show you right now. Let us start with those taken over the Russian border with North Korea and China.
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5 Tennis Was Popular In Old Russia Too

Tennis Was Popular In Old Russia Too

It turns out that back in the times before the revolution of 1917 tennis was popular enough in Russia, too. Especially among aristocrats. It
was played by people of all ages. This vivid example is the family of a famous Russian writer, Leo Tolstoy (in the image above).
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21 Russian Marines In Training

Russian Marines In Training

This post is devoted to Russian marines who recently celebrated their professional holiday.
Training, serious exams and military maneuvers... You are welcome to look inside.
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