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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0 The Day of Joyful Easter Celebration

The Day of Joyful Easter Celebration

Blogger alexhitrov witnessed the celebration of Easter in the city of Vladivostok, Far East of Russia. A long line of believers
in the company of priests had a walk along the streets. Holy banners carried by people contributed to the festive mood.
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0 Air Rehearsal of the Victory Parade

Air Rehearsal of the Victory Parade

Just a short photo report covering the rehearsal of the parade on the occassion of the 70th anniversary of the victory in
the WWII. On the image above is Mi-28N "Night hunter". The images are taken from the blog of Sergey Kondratev.
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2 Easter Bells Are Ringing With Joy

Easter Bells Are Ringing With Joy

During the Bright Week everyone may go up to the belfry of St. Daniel Monastery in Moscow to listen to the melodies of the best Russian ringers, enjoy the panoramas opening from the height. Bell ringing is an old Easter tradition
just like a sacred procession, eggs painting, making Easter cakes and Easter greeting. Those who have mastered the art of bell ringing are allowed to try their skills on such a day at belfries of the country.
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0 Cold and Hopeless, But Still A Populated Place

Cold and Hopeless, But Still A Populated Place

The settlement we are going to show you is located in a cold Russian region of Chukotka and called "Snezhnoye" which means "Snowy". Blogger Eugeny Basov says it's not the place you'd wish to come back
to. Snezhnoye was founded in 1929 when Soviet activists opened the first state farm in Chukotka. Many professionals were sent to work there, the farm had over twenty thousand head of deer.
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3 People Getting Ready for Easter

People Getting Ready for Easter

Blogger Marina Lystseva aka fotografersha has made a trip from Yaroslavl to Rybinsk, Russia, to witness
people's preparations for the religious holiday of Easter. Some of her photos are presented inside the post.
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6 New Exhibition Devoted to the War in Ukraine Opens in Moscow

New Exhibition Devoted to the War in Ukraine Opens in Moscow

The Moscow exhibition center of VDNKh invites visitors to see the new expositions devoted to the war in Ukraine. They have collected material evidence taken from the combat zone in Donbas. The admittance is free but some
fragments of the expositions have an age limit 18+. The exhibition does not answer the questions why it all happened but creates an atmosphere of horror, despair and pain Donbas is currently living in.
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4 Life In The Moldavian Countryside

Life In The Moldavian Countryside

This post is about life in the Moldavian countryside, about ordinary villagers who work hard to the benefit of the country's economy. Blogger 3boi has visited some of them and found that the people are thinking of upcoming elections in autumn 2015, they actually have a choice, to be with Europe or with Russia. Young people mostly tend to look west, older ones tend to
support pro-Russian politics. In fact the results of the elections are already known, but it's hard to say how they will change the life of these villagers. Perhaps, no matter what, they still will be hospitable and cheerful. They cook tasty food and drink wine instead of water, it's a part of their culture, it's going to remain unchanged.
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1 Peter And Paul Cathedral In Kazan

Peter And Paul Cathedral In Kazan

Blogger mihael-uwoo visited the Peter and Paul Cathedral of Kazan and shared his interesting images. The Orthodox Cathedral is built in the style of
Russian baroque that was rather popular in the epoch of Peter the Great. As you can see it has unusual windows and beautifully decorated facades.
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2 Moscow 1931 on the Photographs of Branson DeCou

Moscow 1931 on the Photographs of Branson DeCou

These images of Branson DeCou are still unpainted and perhaps being black and white they look better. On the pictures you can
see Moscow in 1931 - old transport, streets and people. It would be cool to spend a day in that forgotten Moscow...
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