1 Old Kremlin Panoramas

Old Kremlin Panoramas

How did the Moscow Kremlin landscapes has changed through centuries?
Inside this post you may see the Kremlin panoramas dated 1848.
0 Sailing Ship Sedov In Saint Petersburg

Sailing Ship Sedov In Saint Petersburg

The oldest of the preserved sailing ships "Sedov" came back to St. Petersburg from a fourteen months journey. The dimensions of the ship are impressive: 117 meters long, 14,6
meters wide. The ship was standing at the embankment for one day only and anyone could go aboard, people formed the line about 200 meters long though it was raining.

1 New Air Museum of Minsk

New Air Museum of Minsk

We are at the museum of one aeroclub in Minsk, Belarus. It opened in July 2009 in
Borovaya village to become the first museum of air equipment under the open sky.

5 Peasant Crafts

Peasant Crafts

When we see someone making things with his/her hands today we call him/her a creative person. But a century ago it was
typical for almost everyone. People of the past skillful with their fingers are on the pictures of this post.
12 Summer In the Village

Summer In the Village

Just life in a village as it is. Scratched knees, pregnant cat in the rays of sun on a porch, an old bicycle from a shed, heavy capacity with milk, voice of granny who calls for dinner, smell of cow poop on
a dusty road, small worn-out shoes - all those things that villagers have in their hearts are on the photos below. Photos are made by awesome Russian photographer Tatyana Kuznetsova. Enjoy!

0 Most Famous Georgian Flea Market

Most Famous Georgian Flea Market

Flea markets resemble museums. Different generations stratisfy one onto another creating so special atmosphere. Many people like this feeling of excitement when they try to find something rare and
not very expensive. And those who like to be at flea markets are also rather interesting to watch. Right now we are going to visit the most famous flea market of Tbilisi, Georgia.
2 Must Be the Brightest Plane In Moscow Today!

Must Be the Brightest Plane In Moscow Today!

This superjet arrived to Moscow from Ostrava, Czech Republic where it was repainted in the Russian handicraft style of "khokhloma". This
ornament had been chosen among others for the 90th anniversary of the Russian air company "Aeroflot". So how do you like the result?

8 Northern Capital of Russia In 1983

Northern Capital of Russia In 1983

Just an interesting photo album
portraying Leningrad as it was in 1983.

2 The Museum of Permafrost

The Museum of Permafrost

One of the most intersting places in Yakutsk, Russia, is a museum of permafrost in the old tunnel which was drilled in 1989 for storage of foodstuffs. Later it was closed to be bought in 2008 by one local travel agency. Today it is a unique vault where the temperature of 5-10C is maintained all the year round. The museum walls are covered with hoarfrost, all the
earth is penetrated by ice streaks. It's a cool place for children, because there is a residence of Russian Santa there, adults prefer to spend time in the bar of the museum where vodka is served in ice shot glasses. Furthermore there is an exhibition of Yakut treasures at the place. Visitors can see diamonds of a quail egg size there.

7 Ruined Catholic Church In Ukraine

Ruined Catholic Church In Ukraine

We are in the Odessa region to see the main Catholic church in the Kuchurgan district built in 1901 and named in honor of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Once this three-nave Catholic
church had two 58 m towers and was considered to be the most beautiful Catholic cathedral in the south of the region. We are going to see what has remained from the church up to date.

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