21 Disabled And Abandoned Soviet Tanks, Part II

Disabled And Abandoned Soviet Tanks, Part II

More photos of Soviet disabled and abandoned
tanks. The first part can be found here.
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8 Foreign Tourists At the Moscow Olympic Games

Foreign Tourists At the Moscow Olympic Games

Photographs taken by tourists who came to
Moscow in far 1980 to see Olympic Games.
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2 Back to the Battles of the Past

Back to the Battles of the Past

Reconstruction of the battles that took place on the Red Guard
boundary. The photos were taken by one of the participants.
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9 So Different Tajikistan

So Different Tajikistan

Pamir has a special position. It's the most high-altitude region not only of Tajikistan but of all the former Soviet Union. Its Gorno-Badakhshanskaya autonomous region occupies almost a half of all the country but its population is only 3% from all the republic's one. Local citizens are officially considered to be Tajiks but in fact they are a group of peoples with their own languages, culture
and even religion. Khorog is bordering Afghanistan. The town is inhabited by representatives of all Pamir peoples. There are some universities here. Locals like to study, it's a part of their religion. Though the local young people prefer English today, they are good at Russian too. Tourists like this place, there are many hotels and guest houses in the area.
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19 Moscow of the 1960s

Moscow of the 1960s

Color photos of
old Moscow.
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8 Secret Bunker Up For Sale

Secret Bunker Up For Sale

This secret bunker is offered for sale for 523 thousand dollars in Belarus. Since 1992 this object was abandoned but is
still guarded by Belorussian military men. Would you pay that much for the secret object of the Soviet time?
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14 Disabled And Abandoned Soviet Tanks

Disabled And Abandoned Soviet Tanks

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8 Closer To Stars

Closer To Stars

Let's visit the museum of
cosmonautics in Kaluga.
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19 The Barracks Of Stalin

The Barracks Of Stalin

We want to show you how 80% of the Soviet population lived in the so-called Stalin's barracks. Such
houses had existed in Moscow till the 1970s, but in some cities people still live in such houses.
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29 Battle For the Soviet Power

Battle For the Soviet Power

In May 1918, the Czhechoslovak corps were coming back home, their echelons were stretching along all the Trans Siberian line. The corps rose in the armed rebellion and for the shortest time more than 50 thousand soldiers assisted by the local population
overthrew the Soviet power behind the Urals. In May, 26, the White Czechs captured Chelyabinsk, in June, 29, a small detachment of the Ural Red Army joined the unequal battle. Here is how they tried to reconstruct the century-old events...
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