0 Abandoned Secret Facility Entrace

Abandoned Secret Facility Entrace

This place was top secret in USSR. It was based under ground as Moscow subway stations and long undergrounds were leading down
from the entrance. Even now Armahema, the author of the photos, refuses to tell the details of this place. Only photos.
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8 Soviet Sailors During Rest

Soviet Sailors During Rest

In Soviet times sailors often used their ships surfaces as a playground and even sometimes as a beach like
this Admiral Kuznetsov photo above. So let's see what the sailors were up to during their rest hours.
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6 Russian Guy Makes Steam Engine Powered Bicycle

Russian Guy Makes Steam Engine Powered Bicycle

Actually, what he makes is a tricycle as it has got three wheels. But never the less it is a light framed vehicle which we usually think to be a modification of a bike. The most important thing in this thing is its steam engine. Yes, it runs on energy of burning coal or wood and
boiling water. Oil crisis? High electric power costs? Total collapse of the grid? No worries, just go get some dry firewood from the nearest forest and you are good to go at pretty awesome high speeds. They definetly should put this thing into the next Mad Max movie!

5 Russian Abandoned City Verkhanaia Gubakha

Russian Abandoned City Verkhanaia Gubakha

This city's name is Verhnaia Gubakha. It is located near Perm city. Guys, the bloggers, have visited the
place and taken some photos. So let's take a look. There are some drone photos and photos from inside.
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8 First day of summer in Russia

First day of summer in Russia

People of many Russian cities, not just Norilsk like a few days ago, they woke up to.. snow! So they started posting
their "first day of summer". Some of the cities affected: Surgut, Novij Urengoj, Noyabrsk. Here are the photos.
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66 Russian Police Destroys Biggest Gypsy Village in Russia

Russian Police Destroys Biggest Gypsy Village in Russia

Despite mass protests the police were not going to back off. They got an order to destroy the village. The Gypsy population
tried to used their most valued religious artifacts to stop the police but it didn't help. See the photos here.
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4 It Is Almost Summer in Norilsk

It Is Almost Summer in Norilsk

Norilsk is A pretty big city. Over 150,000 people live there. For its size and location it's even called the coldest city in the
world. And obviously there is a reason for this. Look how today, 27th of May, 2016 city looks. Four days till summer
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6 Bloody and Cringeworthy Soviet Accident Prevention Posters

Bloody and Cringeworthy Soviet Accident Prevention Posters

The purpose of a good accident prevention poster is to place fear in the hearts and minds of workers, to make them fear breaking the rules, show them where breaking the rules can
take them. And some of those classy vintage Soviet workplace posters are right on point with this. See them here, translated for you. First one above says "Take away your hair".
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16 Alisa is a Russian mechanic who is fond of Youtube tutorials

Alisa is a Russian mechanic who is fond of Youtube tutorials

Alisa has an untypical hobby for a Russian girl: she is a self-taught car mechanic. She is fond of watching tons of YouTube tutorials on car repair topics. Then she goes
to her garage and tries it all on real life cars, taking photos and posts in her blog devoted to car repairs which has already become popular among.. men.
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3 Russian Village Oparino Lost Deep in the Woods

Russian Village Oparino Lost Deep in the Woods

This village in Russia is lost deep in the woods. There is no road leading here, except this old rail road. You can't get here by car. In case of emergency, a person has to walk 40 kms to get to the nearest place.
It is surrounded by swamps. Two times a month a small, old train with only one car comes here. Thanks to the Russian blogger Grifon, we have a chance to peek into the life of people here. Let's look!
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