10 Abandoned Storm Factory of the Crimea

Abandoned Storm Factory of the Crimea

Posted on February 26, 2016 by team

This object built in the Soviet time in the Crimea resembles a huge glass, but water is not poured inside but in between the glass walls. On top are big storm creating fans. On the bottom of that glass is a tower.

It’s like a small water collider – thought by many as strange and unnecessary, wrapped in mysteries, real and fake stories, some even believed in dolphins swimming between those glass walls.

But what is this object really for? Why was it built? Let’s check this out.

Katsiveli village in the Crimea. This is that very tower on the bottom of the “glass”.

“Sea test range”.

Back in the 1950s here was an experimental facility of the Marine Hydrophysical Institute. This place has three scientific objects – instrument rock, oceanographic platform and storm pool. There is an interesting heliostation in this place and a radio telescope – one of the biggest in Europe. The storm pool was built in 1953.


10 Responses to “Abandoned Storm Factory of the Crimea”

  1. john says:

    I have seen this before,i still find the pictures,of that place interesting.

  2. Ron says:

    So there’s actually someone living in there? The appartements look well maintained.

    • www says:

      These photos of 2013. Perhaps the crew then filmed miniseries creating decorations in this factory storms. Trailer on youtube s44vdQ_-TEk at 00:50 gates of the pool.

  3. ausGeoff says:

    Is there any logical reason as to why all these images couldn’t be posted on 2 or 3 pages? Having to click through two images at a time per page is extremely annoying. I just can’t be bothered. Sorry, you’ll be losing viewers if this continues.

  4. L'hiver says:

    We really need a “report” function for comments, if for no other reason to ban the cheapskate shitposters like ausGeoff up there. Ugh.

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