3 Guy Makes Military Equipment From Paper

Guy Makes Military Equipment From Paper

Alexey Ryzhov from Togliatti, Russia, makes military vehicles from paper. It's a very laborious work so it took a year to make two ships in
scale 1:200 - "Peter the Great" and "Deyatelniy" ("Active"). Here you may see the ships in detail, tanks and a steam engine.
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2 Moscow Thirty Years Ago

Moscow Thirty Years Ago

These interesting images of Moscow were made by an amature photographer from the Netherlands - his name is Aad van der Drift. There is
something cool about non-professional photos of Moscow that remained in the past. Many Russians still remember that city...
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3 The Cathedral of Christ the Savior and Its Long Story

The Cathedral of Christ the Savior and Its Long Story

In Russia military victories were often celebrated by founding churches. At the order of Alexander I in December 1812 an architectural contest was announced whose winner would make a project for the Cathedral of Christ the
Savior. The winning submission was artist Karl Vitberg but he turned out to be a bad executive manager. The construction of the cathedral was postponed, Vitberg himself was accused of peculation and negligence.
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3 Back to the Monino Air Force Museum

Back to the Monino Air Force Museum

The Central Museum of Air Force in Monino regularly arranges open days and invites everyone to its exhibition halls. Blogger
dmrog took the chance to see the interesting expositions of the museum, get into the hangar to photograph the planes.
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7 Soviet Posters Restyled in a Modern Manner

Soviet Posters Restyled in a Modern Manner

Valery Barykin is an artist who works in the pin-up style and gets inspired by old Soviet
posters. The resulting combination is rather interesting and funny. You can judge by yourself.
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2 Colors of the Nature by Photographer Anton Petrus

Colors of the Nature by Photographer Anton Petrus

Anton Petrus is a photographer from Kiev but many people think he is from Crimea as Anton loves this place more than others and spends much time there. Anton believes that one can reveal his
emotions, thoughts and dreams through colors, because each color has its own energy and mood. He is in love with nature and make others feel the same through his brilliant works.
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1 Voronezh City Back In 1971 [20 photos]

Voronezh City Back In 1971 [20 photos]

Here is an interesting set of black and white pictures featuring Voronezh city, Russia in 1971. A bit of
countryside, city center, churches and people. The images are taken from the album A.N. Ognev.
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2 Keeping the Traditions Alive: Oak Barrels Production in Russia

Keeping the Traditions Alive: Oak Barrels Production in Russia

Oak barrel is still a perfect capacity for strong drinks. It helps to preserve the taste of alcoholic drinks and foods (sour cabbage, for example) and to keep old good traditions. But in the time of
industrialization such production tends to be rare. Blogger muph came to the small town Rossosh in the south of the Voronezh region, Russia, to see how oak barrels are made today.
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7 Ukrainian Ski Resort of Bukovel

Ukrainian Ski Resort of Bukovel

Bukovel is a large ski resort of Ukraine. It's a perfect combination of good hotels and restaurants with untouched nature and wonderful views all
around. It mostly attracts tourists in winter but blogger deletant came there in May when the place could give peace and serenity.
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16 Recalling Tallinn of the 70s

Recalling Tallinn of the 70s

These are photos of galik-123 who shares the pictures he took in Tallinn, Estonia, back in the 70s. The city
had a unique architecture, all those tiled roofs and stone pavements made Tallinn a special place.
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