3 Newly Painted Crosswalk on Red Square

Newly Painted Crosswalk on Red Square

Yes, it's Red Square in Moscow and it really has a crosswalk newly painted by robots specially created for housing and utility works. That's the main difference between people and robots - the first ones will probably have any doubts if they REALLY should do something
like this. But robots will do everything required by the command. They get provided with brooms, shovels, pails full of paint and do the job. By the way, Red Square is a Unesco World Heritage Site, and the authorities have to preserve its image.
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2 Interesting Armenia: the Trip to The Tatev Monastery

Interesting Armenia: the Trip to The Tatev Monastery

We are going to join blogger panzicov on his trip to the Tatev monastery in Armenia built back in the ninth century. In the medieval ages it was a cultural and education center of the
region, today it's a cool attraction for those who come this country. The way from Yerevan (the capital of Armenia) to the monastery is long, but it's worth overcoming!
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2 We Have a Nice Catch!

We Have a Nice Catch!

Winter fishing does not bring much in Egvekinot of Chukotka, Russia. But it does not upset locals because they may catch
crabs in winter! The process itself is rather entertaining. You can see it on the photos of blogger basov-chukotka.
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1 Is the Circus Really a Cruel Place? Lets Find It Out!

Is the Circus Really a Cruel Place? Lets Find It Out!

Many people think that circus is a place where animals suffer from cruelty and get tortured. Blogger lica-alica was actually one of them, she had seriously doubted if she would take her own children to a circus, the prison of all
animals, until she came to the Moscow Circus named after Nikulin to see with her own eyes how animals are treated there, how circus shows are rehearsed. Now she says she is going to come here again soon. With her kids.
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0 Beautiful Russian Architecture of Tomsk

Beautiful Russian Architecture of Tomsk

The city of Tomsk has very interesting genuinely Russian architecture that becomes especially beautiful when covered with clean
fresh snow. Right now we are going to join blogger untt and have a spring walk along the city for taking some pictures.
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1 Industrial Paintings of Maxim Titov

Industrial Paintings of Maxim Titov

Just some cool paintings of an artist from Perm, Russia.  Maxim Titov. Some of his work will be shown in the "Nord Art" exhibition in
Germany. Maxim depicts workers of big Ural factories focusing on beauty of industrial constructions. These were painted in 2014.
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2 A Village In the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

A Village In the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

Novoshepelichi village used to be a densely populated place (3000 people). During the first days after the Chernobyl catastrophe on April 27, 1986, the radiation background here was equal to 110-130 mР/h. But the citizens were evacuated only on May 3. They stayed there for a week! The village had a school, a house of
culture, a library, a cafe, a boarding school and a kindergarten. A woodworking plant, a sewing studio and a fire station were there as well. Among those who lived in Novoshepelichi were builders of Pripyat. Blogger zametkiev paid a visit to the abandoned place to take these interesting photographs.
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1 Novosibirsk Then And Now

Novosibirsk Then And Now

Just yesterday we showed you how Russian cities have changed compared to what they were seventy years ago.Today we want to focus only
on Novosibirsk. Blogger gelio has shared a nice set of then and now pictures of the city which is a bit older than 100.
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9 A Piece of Italy in the Russian Province

A Piece of Italy in the Russian Province

Pavlischev Bor is a village located fifty kilometers from Kaluga, Russia. It's the home for an interesting mansion built in the end of the eighteenth century. Bloggerser-rubtsov has visited the place and taken these pictures. The ensemble had existed until 1917
when the main structure was damaged by the fire. It was replaced by a brick house that gave the mansion a new look. The complex belonged to an engineer Vasiliy Yaroshenko who designed it himself being inspired by an Italian house of his brother.
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25 Ukrainian War Exhibition in Moscow: More Details

Ukrainian War Exhibition in Moscow: More Details

We have already published the post about the new interesting exhibition devoted to the war in Ukraine, but this one is more detailed so deserved to be shown as well. Blogger zyalt has also visited the exhibition of material evidence and took his own pictures. They have really
brought many things from hot zones in Ukraine even including the real full-size stele that used to stand at the entrance to Debaltsevo city. A curious fact: according to blogger Ilya Varlamov (zyalt) today it's the only exhibition in Moscow guarded by police.
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