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4 Most Strangely Looking Post Offices Across Russia

Most Strangely Looking Post Offices Across Russia

Posted on November 21, 2017 by tim

This post office has a lake on its roof. And it’s situated in Moscow city.

If you see fresh non-Soviet blue “Post of Russia” sign it should be working, no matter how bad building looks.

“Post Office”, “Household chemicals” “Toys” “Cloths”. All in one.

This is an old school Soviet sign still in place in Solomennoye, Petrozavodsk.

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4 Responses to “Most Strangely Looking Post Offices Across Russia”

  1. Douglas says:

    Last year I mailed a letter to my friend in Karelia. It took about 10 days from California to Petrosavodsk. When sending mail to Russia you often address it to the apartment building number and street, rather than an individual person’s flat address.

  2. ARIF says:

    Can somebody explain what кибер-почта / Cyber-Post is?

    • www says:

      Cyberpost is a special project of the Russian Post, according to which computers with Internet access are installed in post offices. In remote settlements with a low population density (5-20 inhabitants), commercial Internet providers for economic reasons do not want to provide Internet access in homes. Or people there with low incomes, etc.

  3. Neal says:

    Outstanding! I love seeing this sort of thing.

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