6 Unfamiliar Moscow

Unfamiliar Moscow

Moscow is a truly versatile city. It never stops to open something new. Inside this post are some
pictures which reveal another capital, not the noisy and sparkling one as everyone believes it to be.
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0 Ornithological Zoo In Moscow

Ornithological Zoo In Moscow

Right now we are going to visit the new ornithological zoo in Sokolniki, Moscow. Birds are not
forced to see in cages even wild ones. It's a really nice place to be visited with children.
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3 Schools In the City of Pripyat

Schools In the City of Pripyat

Where else can you so clearly feel the breath of the Soviet epoch, abnormal post apocalyptic world and invisible presence of people? Schools are the brightest symbol of the stopped time in Pripyat. Their stuff remained
untouched by liquidators, looters and citizens themselves. They cared much more about taking their private belongings with them. Some school things are still standing in places where they met April 26, 1986.
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0 Children of the Polar Class

Children of the Polar Class

The end of August is the time when helicopter lands at the tundra of nomad reindeer breeders to take their kids away to
a boarding school. The next time when these children will see their parents is only at the eve of New Year.
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1 Favourite Toys of Russian Royal Kids

Favourite Toys of Russian Royal Kids

Russian royal children as any ordinary ones liked to play and have merry-making
activities. Inside this post we want to show you what toys they like to play with.
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6 Photo Portraits of Russian People By George Rozov

Photo Portraits of Russian People By George Rozov

George Rozov from Moscow is a journalist and a true master of portrait photography. His works were displayed at
the largest Soviet exhibitions and even abroad. Some wonderful portraits of George are inside this post.
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1 Heritage of the Past: Well Preserved Ancient Churches

Heritage of the Past: Well Preserved Ancient Churches

A few interesting photos of Christian churches of Alan-Byzantine culture built
back in the IX-X centuries in Karachay-Cherkessia, Russian Federation.
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3 Happy Children of Taiga

Happy Children of Taiga

We are back at the Khanty "yurts" to once again get astounded by so hard but happy living of ordinary northern people who would never exchange
this terrible -50 C and little wooden houses beyond the polar circle to a cup of Starbucks coffee at an office of a big city.
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5 One Russian City In Early XXth Century

One Russian City In Early XXth Century

Today we are going to show you some more unique works of a great photographer Prokudin-Gorsky dated early twentieth century. The pictures you can
see below depict the old Russian city of Zlatoust, its suburbs and people. There is a feeling we are losing so much through the years...
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1 Eggs For a Hiker

Eggs For a Hiker

Yes, we are going to cook eggs. And we are going to do it on the fifth
highest point of the Crimea, Ukraine, on the improvised stove.
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