0 Tactical Flight Training For Russian Combat Helicopters

Tactical Flight Training For Russian Combat Helicopters

Another tactical flight training in Primorye, the Chernigov air base: combat helicopters Ka-52 "Alligator" and Mi-8AMTSH "Terminator" attacked enemy objects and manpower with a missile. The crews were alarmed and sent to the area of
combat. When they were thru with the attack on the ground field, some helicopters headed to the dispersal field in Vozdvizhenka village for refueling and armament to subsequently fly further - for night firing.
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6 This Camp Could Be a Good Place For Children

This Camp Could Be a Good Place For Children

Just some pictures of another abandoned camp in the Moscow region under the cover of autumn leaves. Dear Yura Gagarin, how could
it happen that such a place turned out to be unneeded? Why do people give up so easily what they once valued so much ?
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4 Are They Really About to Drop the Dog From Helicopter?

Are They Really About to Drop the Dog From Helicopter?

Look at these cute dewy-eyed creature. What is it doing here, in such an unfriendly place? Those ropes and heavy boots... Is the dog getting in trouble? It will
really be put to a serious test, and for any unprepared doggie it would be a catastrophe and a lifetime psychological trauma, but not for this one...
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0 Four Big Cooling Towers That Could Be Used Today

Four Big Cooling Towers That Could Be Used Today

Bloggers seleste-rusa and gon1969 had an exploratory trip to Novokuibyshevsk city of Russia, that included twelve must-visit places. One of them was the site of an abandoned thermal power plant and its big impressive cooling towers, whose
construction had never been finished. They found four of them: one has its top almost destroyed. All containers are filled with frozen water. It's not safe to be there, but the bloggers took the risk for these photos.
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5 Shelter Hidden Deep Deep Under the Ground

Shelter Hidden Deep Deep Under the Ground

Sometimes one can come across structures that strike imagination with their sizes and designation. This is exactly one such structure: the shelter hidden surprisingly deep under the ground - about 600 meters under the surface. The shelter is built in the hard rock, being remoted
from the mother bore for several kilometers. There used to be an explosive storage in the place, but later it was requipped into a shelter. It had its own ventilation system, telephones, beds and benches, it had everything for the people who worked there.
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3 Trip to Wild Places of South Kamchatka

Trip to Wild Places of South Kamchatka

Blogger lusika33 travelled to the south of Kamchatka to have a great time, enjoy the local natural beauty of volcanos, wild flowers, snowy peaks, and low clouds. Be sure you have
sunglasses and sunscreen.  You can be burned here even worse than in Egypt. Do enjoy the photos of the trip thinking how cool it could be to have such an experience!
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7 Album of Russian Top Beauties 1904

Album of Russian Top Beauties 1904

Here we have a booklet called "Album of Russian Top Beauties". Famous actresses, media personalities and wives of rich men - all gathered togethered. The only catch here is that it was published in 1904, so your perception of beauty and attractiveness might have changed greatly over the last 112
years. Want to test yourself to see if you still find those Russian Top Ladies attractive? Girls from many parts of the Russian Empire are listed - Polish girls and Swedish girls (Finnish-Swedish), Jewish and Ukrainian and even Buryatian (which is indigenous SIberia). Take a look!
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11 900 km Over the Russian North

900 km Over the Russian North

Blogger Sergey Dolya had a flight from Arkhangelsk-Varandey at the height of 900 km over the Russian north, along the shore
of the Arctic Ocean. He shares his photos of wonderful intricate patterns he saw from the window of An-24 airplane.
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2 On Top of the Pyramid

On Top of the Pyramid

Russian blogger Sergey Dolya has had another interesting trip and came up with a new cool story. This time he tested his physical abilities in Spitsbergen, in a Soviet village named Pyramid, to be more
exact. That village, in its turn, was named after a mountain whose top resembles a pyramid. Sergey joined a team of enthusiasts to climb the mountain and have a close look at its top. 
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2 Beauty of Russian Nature in Fall and Winter Months

Beauty of Russian Nature in Fall and Winter Months

Thanks to Russian photographer Anton we can see some new awesome shots from Russian region of Altai Mountains - one of the most untouched and nice looking places in Russia. Anton says that this place has fantastic beauty which
brings people here just to see it. And because its already October its been snowing there for the past few days - you can see both seasons at once - very colorful autumn and already signs of whitish snowy winter. Worth looking!
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