7 Accidentally Discovered Ancient World

Accidentally Discovered Ancient World

The cave in Novy Afon, Abkhasia, is a place that is always visited by crowds of tourists. The place fascinates with glimmering luster of
stalagmites and stalactites, and deep crystal lakes. Every tourist tries to see the wonder of nature and is very impressed after that.

1 One Rusty Underground Shelter

One Rusty Underground Shelter

Sometimes during an ordinary walk you may come across some concrete protuberance that may turn out to be something interesting... You
come closer and see a sealed door. Geeting more and more excited you go further and find yourself in a place like this...
17 Air Force Museum

Air Force Museum

One training base near Monino was disbanded and now available for any visitors. It's the place that does not function anymore but where still so much interesting
can be found. We gonna spend some time here: inside the base premises and around the territory where old aircrafts must have found their final stand.
2 Nicely Shot Perm

Nicely Shot Perm

Perm is the city in the European part of Russia, near the Urals, a large diversified industrial, scientific, cultural and logistic centre of Ural. The city was founded in 1723.
The territory of the city has been settled since the ancient times, so it has many interesting archaeological monuments. Here is a cool Perm city timelapse.
8 First Proven SUV in the World

First Proven SUV in the World

We thought that the first SUV was invented in the USSR. But now we are sure it really was! In far 1955! This unusual project of an all-terrain vehicle was made in the Soviet Union, as we mentioned - in 1955. This
car was designed for needs of a countryside, it could considerably help mechanics in their work. GAZ-M73 (1955) - a prototype of a small four-wheel drive machine developed for soviet farm chiefs.

6 Mighty Vehicles Of The Past

Mighty Vehicles Of The Past

The museum of long-range aviation in Dyagilevo is a small but very interesting place because it contains exhibits
that can never been found anywhere else. Let us visit the museum and see what is so interesting about it.
3 Moscow Shot With Glass Photogenic Plates

Moscow Shot With Glass Photogenic Plates

Soviet photographer Naum Granovsky was a real toiler. He always carried a heavy camera and photographed with glass photogenic plates. On his pictures is mostly Moscow - the center of the Russian capital,
construction sites and villages of the Moscow region which have turned into huge urban blocks... These photos were taken by Naum Granovsky in the period since the 1920s to the 1980s.
10 Dam On Steep Mountain Slopes

Dam On Steep Mountain Slopes

In 1966 when the Beatles said good-bye to their fans giving the last concert in San-Francisco, far away in Soviet
Dagestan they started construction of a hydropower plant which is the largest vaulted dam in Russia today.
31 Soviet Conflict With The Chinese

Soviet Conflict With The Chinese

Russian people have been neighbors of the Chinese for centuries and got used to peaceful life and friendly relations.
However, in 1969 there had been an armed conflict when China occupied a disputed territory deciding to capture it.
2 The City Of The Dead

The City Of The Dead

Visiting ghost-towns must be an exciting experience. But once you decided to go to such a place, you'd
better hurry up and see as much as possible before the sunset. Who knows what may happen after?

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