0 Travelling Across Russian Tundra on Japanese All-terrain Vehicle

Travelling Across Russian Tundra on Japanese All-terrain Vehicle

This Japanese all-terain vehicle is manufactured since 1970s. And it's very popular at Russian Far North. It can go wherever all other vehicles can't. Inside they are always decorated with carpets and
other decor - pretty authentic to Russian North. Russian blogger Sergey travelled on one of those and let's see how it's to travel on such a vehicle across Russian Northern Tundra (forest).
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1 Few Funny Examples of Russian Public Transportation

Few Funny Examples of Russian Public Transportation

Sometimes when you go around Russia on public transportation you can spot some
curiousities. We have collected some of those and have a posting here. Take a look!
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5 Weird Siberian Art by Natasha Yudina

Weird Siberian Art by Natasha Yudina

      Natasha Yudina is a young artist from a Siberian city Tomsk in Russia. She chooses fur and knitting over traditional canvas and brushes and in doing so she succeeds
in delivering. Her works are pretty nice and you definetaly want to see some more besides this plush-furry Lenin head she is holding on her laps. Also she is blonde.
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1 Abandoned nuclear warhead armory

Abandoned nuclear warhead armory

Sometime we publish different abandoned Soviet objects that being visited by Russian bloggers. This time they have visited pretty interest place that was very important during the
Cold War. It was used to store nuclear projectiles and thus tells a lot about technology used by Soviet army to store such type of substances. Let's take a look:
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7 Shamrock: Russian most northern military base, exterior and interior photos

Shamrock: Russian most northern military base, exterior and interior photos

"Shamrock" is Russian newest and most Northern military base in the world. It has most permanent Northern building ever built. It can host over 150 people autonomously for over 18th month without resupply. It's located on Frantz Joseph Land, it's one of the most Northernmost parts of Russia -
192 small islands in a Northern Ocean, just 500 miles from the North Pole! Before we had some photos of the place, but now Russian ministry of defense declassified more photos and also for the first time ever showed interiors of the base so lets see them fresh and hot!
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2 Bear Wrestling, Bear Feeding and more fun of Soviet Oil Capital

Bear Wrestling, Bear Feeding and more fun of Soviet Oil Capital

Ukhta was an oil capital of one of the Northern Russian regions. It's a home to one time Russian most rich man Roman Abramovich who also earned his fortune selling
oil assets. However besides oil it was a pretty traditional Russian place - kids were enjoying watching bears wrestle and more on those photos of Ukhta.
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1 Photos of USSR in 1960s

Photos of USSR in 1960s

Just a nice set of photos from USSR
in 1960s. Really bright photos.
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25 Lines in Soviet Union

Lines in Soviet Union

Lines in Soviet Union was something that called a sort of attraction that all Soviet people were taking part, often involunarily. People
got used to the lines and took them for granted. Here are some photos of Soviet people standing in line for a good cause:
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3 Most Crazy Russian Tattoos

Most Crazy Russian Tattoos

Tattoos are pretty widespread in modern day Russia. Of course many choose to ink some usual things, but some choose pretty much interesting Slavic or Russian stuff on it. Like this
oversized huge Cheburashka having a crocodile on his leash on photo above. This post features some of the most weird Russian tattoos that feature some authentic Russian stuff:
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0 Lions Guard the City: Soviet Postcards Devoted to Lion Sculptures in St.Petersburg

Lions Guard the City: Soviet Postcards Devoted to Lion Sculptures in St.Petersburg

This is another set of Soviet postcards. Those were published in 1979 and are devoted to numerous lion sculptures of St.Petersburg.  During aristocratic Russian era in late 18th and 19th century
there were quite a few of those were erected in St.Petersburg (it was a capital at time), but seems none of them were built during Soviet Era, probably lion wasn't favoured by new regime.
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