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7 Life In a Russian Village

Life In a Russian Village

Some curious sketches of a Russian village as it is.
It must be funny to live there for some time...
0 Resort Cableway In Ingushetia

Resort Cableway In Ingushetia

A set of pictures of the cableway at the resort of Ingushetia called Armkhi.
It's not a winter time yet, but autumn in Ingushetia is also charming.

2 Ethnic Museum Under the Open Sky

Ethnic Museum Under the Open Sky

In the place called Ertil in the Voronezh region of Russia one farmer is building an ethnic museum that sooner resembles a village. Those who come there
may have a good rest, swim in the pond, take a steam-bath, sleep on the hay etc., though most of these activities are available only in summer.
2 Unforgotten Moscow

Unforgotten Moscow

Some nice pictures of Soviet Moscow arousing good
emotions and drawing awe and admiration...
3 Tireless Workers: Russian Trams

Tireless Workers: Russian Trams

Some Russian trams are travelling in very interesting and often beautiful places. Rain or snow - they keep up working tirelessly in any season
and weather. Some of them are hibitually passing impressive hydro power plants, others are going through the dense Russian forests...
0 Like a Journey to Another Planet

Like a Journey to Another Planet

A journey to Yakutia may be even compared with a journey to another planet - this
is where you are losing a sense of reality from the very first moments...
8 Happy School Moments

Happy School Moments

You are invited to a Russian school to spend some
moments in the atmosphere of careless childhood!
5 McCain on Maidane

McCain on Maidane

Mr McCain is taking photos of protesters on the mobile phone. They say it was around 250,000 of
protesters, many of them holding some sort of lights and signing a song of a popular Ukrainian singer.
5 Sketches of Armenia

Sketches of Armenia

Some sketches of Armenia - its nature, life and its people.
It seems to be the place where time flows so slow...
2 Unique Uzbek Knives

Unique Uzbek Knives

Pichoq is a national Uzbek knife. Traditionally it has a wide carbon steel blade grinded from one side. Its handle can be made from a horn, bone, wood or a gemstone.  It is kept in a straight
leather sheath. Pichoq is rather popular in all Central Asia, only its ornaments and proportions may vary. We are going to visit one of the shops where such knives are made.

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