6 Back Into the Past

Back Into the Past

An American professor Frank Whitson Fetter was travelling along Russia in the early 1930s, these are the photos of one
of the oldest Russian cities, muslim capital of central Russia that recently celebrated 1000 years old.
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0 Moscow Views From the Height of the TV Tower

Moscow Views From the Height of the TV Tower

Ostankino TV Tower was built in 1967 in Moscow. It used to be the highest
structure in the world (540m). Let's see what views open from its height.
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5 Flying To Work By Helicopter

Flying To Work By Helicopter

When we are in a hurry but facing a traffic jam, thought of us overcoming the huge distance during several minutes in a
helicopter often strikes our mind. Can you call a helicopter center and order a flying taxi in your city? In Moscow you can.
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10 The Pamir Land Where Tourists Are So Rare

The Pamir Land Where Tourists Are So Rare

Very often those who have been in Tajikistan say that people living there are very hospitable. In fact it's more a myth than truth. Yes, they are friendly and quite hospitable but not extremely. It
may surprise only those who's never been to the East (Egypt does not count). The hospitality that may truly impress can be seen in Pamir. Especially in places not spoiled by tourism.
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2 Wonderful Mansion That Nobody Needs

Wonderful Mansion That Nobody Needs

This is one of the oldest Moscow mansions, it is strikingly beautiful! Strangely enough nobody needs it. The company that used to work inside of it became bankrupt. An
agricultural college and later a research institute had also been there. Today it is in a critical condition and is protected by a private security firm.
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7 The Day of Striped Vests And Watermelons

The Day of Striped Vests And Watermelons

On the 2nd of August Russia celebrated the day of striped
airborne forces and watermelons. Check some photos out.
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4 Latvian City That Managed to Preserve Ancient Architecture

Latvian City That Managed to Preserve Ancient Architecture

Kuldiga is a city in the west of Latvia, its population is 13 thousand citizens. It was founded in 1242 not far from Riga. As opposed to many other Latvian cities the centre of
Kuldiga avoided destructions during the numerous wars and fires. Here was preserved the original wood architecture, some of the houses are dated the XVI-XVII centuries.
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1 Deep Roots Of Siberia

Deep Roots Of Siberia

Today we'll go to a remote city in Siberia, Yugorsk, to meet its ancient
people who had lived there much before the Russians came to the place.
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9 So Different Moscow

So Different Moscow

Photos of Nikita Orlov taken in Moscow 2011-2012. The author wanted to show how different the city can be. Poor and rich,
old and modern, ugly and beautiful. Sometimes you fall in love with it, sometimes you just want to escape...
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2 Dirty Dirty Football

Dirty Dirty Football

Official football match on a rainy
day in Komsomolsk-on-Amur.
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