2 Night Visit to the Biggest Aircraft Repair Hangar

Night Visit to the Biggest Aircraft Repair Hangar

What are we doing on the territory of the Novosibirks airport Tolmachevo at night? Together with blogger gelio we want to enter the largest Siberian hangar for maintanance and repair of passenger aircrafts. The hangar is big enough to accomodate six crafts at a time
including those with wide bodies, but sometimes they have so much work that hangar is occupied by nine different aircrafts. Russia has only few hangars like this one. In order gelio could make more beautiful images he was allowed to come at night.
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3 Missile And Artillery Units Shoot Fireworks At Night

Missile And Artillery Units Shoot Fireworks At Night

In Sergeevka, Russian Far East, missile and artillery units recently held large-scale integration exercises. Over 2,5 thousand military men
were practising their combat skills. 50% of the drills were held at night. The pictures are taken by smitsmitty, the Russian blogger.
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5 Strange Phenomena in Night Skies

Strange Phenomena in Night Skies

The people living in Blagoveshensk, Russia - its Russian Far East - have reported a strange phenomena they were able to see on Friday
night. Just see the photos to understand what it looked like. Also inside there is a guess on what it might be actually:
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Entering the Pamir
6 Silk Road Adventure 2014: trip to the Stans part 2

Silk Road Adventure 2014: trip to the Stans part 2

The 2nd part of our Silk Road Adventure was from the Pamir (Sary Tash) to Georgia. If I could, I would come back again. My dream was fulfilled and I could have not imagined a better trip! I'd
suggest to any adventure rider to visit those countries. All those countries are simply... great! Great nature, great people... everything! Exit the comfort zone and go there!
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4 Siberian Winter in the Settlement of Gold Workers

Siberian Winter in the Settlement of Gold Workers

What forms the real Siberian character? You will never know until you come to a place like this. It is formed by constant snowfalls, frost, -30C, neverending winds... And people do live here never even thinking about another,
more comfortable and warmer life... A Russian blogger Ilya Stepanov (fotomm) came to the settlement Priiskoviy of goldworkers just for a week and he would probably have no desire to stay there any longer...
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5 Nortern Sea Route: the Caravan of Military Ships

Nortern Sea Route: the Caravan of Military Ships

Dmitry (dmitry-v-ch-l) has shared these pictures of the Northern Fleet ships guiding nuclear icebreakers along the Northern Sea Route to Kotelny island and back. September 11,
east of the Kara Sea, icebreaker "50th Victory anniversary" and icebreaker "Vaigach" meet the caravan of seven ships that will accompany them, moving line astern.
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5 This Is Where Russia Borders With China and North Korea

This Is Where Russia Borders With China and North Korea

Russian blogger smitsmitty had a helicopter tour over the south of Primorye (Khasansky and Nadezhdinsky districts) and took plenty of beautiful
images that we have the pleasure to show you right now. Let us start with those taken over the Russian border with North Korea and China.
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21 Russian Marines In Training

Russian Marines In Training

This post is devoted to Russian marines who recently celebrated their professional holiday.
Training, serious exams and military maneuvers... You are welcome to look inside.
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2 Four Heights of the Ostankino TV Tower

Four Heights of the Ostankino TV Tower

Russian blogger, Dmitry Rogachev, is lucky to live near the famous Ostankino tower in Moscow, however he took the chance to go there just
recently. Dmitry visited all the levels of the tower - 86, 337, 340 and 360 meters, and has been on that very glass floor.
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4 Infiltration to the Unfinished Nuclear Heating Plant

Infiltration to the Unfinished Nuclear Heating Plant

Gorky Nuclear Heating Plant started to be built in the early 1980s and was never finished for multiple reasons including public protests and the collapse of the USSR, of course. The plant hasn't been completed, the reactor unit hasn't been assembled, and fuel
was never brought... That's why the place is considered safe for visiting from the point of view of radiation hazard. The brave blogger lana-sator included this place in the list of great abandoned objects she has to see and shoot for us.
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