7 Snowy Winter In Shatura

Snowy Winter In Shatura

Check out these beautiful photographs taken in
winter in the city of Shatura, the Moscow Region.
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9 No More Dancing For The Bridge In Volgograd?

No More Dancing For The Bridge In Volgograd?

This bridge over the Volga River in Volgograd is over 30 km long and what you see on the photo is just its 6 km part. On the
whole, it consists of 4 parts. But that's not what this bridge is famous for. Take a look at the video below.
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10 Life As It Was In Occupied Smolensk, Part II

Life As It Was In Occupied Smolensk, Part II

Today we'll continue showing pictures of Smolensk
occupied by German military forces during WWII.
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1 Water Release At Miatlinskaya HPP

Water Release At Miatlinskaya HPP

We have told you about Miatlinskaya Hydropower Plant located in Dagestan in one of our
previous posts and today we want to show you how they release water there .
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2 Working At A Movie Theater

Working At A Movie Theater

We want to tell you what the Russian movie theater of today is. Back in the Soviet time, a movie theater was a special place and for Soviet people watching a movie in a movie theater was a kind of a holiday. Today, people go there just to waste their time away, eat some popcorn and drink beer. In the 90s, movie production, just as other spheres of life, came to a standstill. What's new about
movie theaters now (except for the fact that today it is just business, marketing, commerce, franchising, leasing and kickbacking)? It's the same good old film and 24 frames per second. Yet, they have introduced a few innovations such as digital movies, 3D-movies and Dolby Digital sound. So, in this post you will find out what Russian movie theaters have come to.
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18 Russian Village By Kseniya Diodorova

Russian Village By Kseniya Diodorova

Check out photographs by photographer Kseniya Diodorova who reflects
life as it is in the Russian village of the Republic of Karelia.
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11 The Final Journey of Muscovites

The Final Journey of Muscovites

The pictures below were made in a Moscow morgue that accepts corpses of old people who died a natural death.
The morgue is related to a couple of districts only, that's why it accepts zero-several bodies a day.
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8 The Crimea In Winter

The Crimea In Winter

If you want to spend your winter vacation in a picturesque place but don't have a lot of money
to spend, the Crimea is what you need. Below are pictures taken there in wintertime.
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9 Forbidden Novosibirsk

Forbidden Novosibirsk

Novosibirsk is one of a few Russian cities that has a few roofers, diggers and other trouble makers. Law-enforcement authorities are very vigilant here. Next to the subway documents are checked together with serial numbers of cellphones which is done to find those
ones that had been stolen. Local inhabitants are active as well: just try to overcome a fence or spoil a TVset in a subway train and witnesses of the action will immediately call the police. Getting the photographs below was far from being easy.
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13 Parcels From National Bolsheviks

Parcels From National Bolsheviks

This is a photo story about National Bolsheviks who live
in a dormitory in Medvedkovo, the Moscow Region.
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