6 In Search For A Meaning Of Life At A Modern Art Festival

In Search For A Meaning Of Life At A Modern Art Festival

This is the mind of the universe, according to the participants of the modern art festival
'Archstoyanie' which is held in Nikolo-Lenivets Village once a year. Let's see what else they have there!
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2 Pushing The Driving Shield Through A Metro Station

Pushing The Driving Shield Through A Metro Station

In September, after they finished driving one of the tunnels, they had to move the Herrenknecht driving shield to the
opposite end of the trench. So, the shiled had to pass the almost completed metro station. Let's see how they did it.
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19 What It Is Like To Be A Sniper

What It Is Like To Be A Sniper

By 2016, they plan to finish training and staffing an effective sniper force as a part of Russian land forces. After that, all snipers will be additionally trained 3 to 4 times a year according to programs that include: counter sniper training,
shooting training, working in pairs, etc. This time we are going to show you how they train snipers, why snipers must pass psychological tests and if they are prepared enough to provide medical assistance to their wounded partner.
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11 Do You Like Chocolate?

Do You Like Chocolate?

One of the confectioneries of Novosibirsk opened its doors to show how
they make chocolate, sweets, and other tasty stuff. Let's see it!
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5 Ski Resort Of Yaremche

Ski Resort Of Yaremche

The city of Yaremche, is one of the tourist
cities of Ukraine and let us show you why.
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4 How To Build Metro Fast

How To Build Metro Fast

Later this month, they plan to open a new metro station 'Vystavochny Tsentr' in Kiev. Let's go
find out how they've managed to build it at a record speed, in less than a year!
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6 Those Were Buildings Not Earthquakes That Killed People

Those Were Buildings Not Earthquakes That Killed People

  Let's recall year 1988 and the Spitak Earthquake which happened that year in Armenia. The point is that the buidings they were constructing during the 'stagnation' era of Leonid Brezhnev were
supposed to be quakeproof but in fact support structures of apartments and other buildings were very poor. So when the earthquake happened, at least 25 thousand people died in ruins.
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8 Can You Afford A Luxury Plane?

Can You Afford A Luxury Plane?

This aircraft hasn't always been like this. Produced in 1998, it belonged to the American 'Continental' and carried simple American citizens when the Russian air company 'Transaero' purchased it to turn into a luxury plane. The plane is divided into four parts: economy class, premium class, business class and first class (if we compare it with regular planes). Apart from big comfortable
leather seats, TVs, telephones, wall outlets, it has a large leather sofa and is equipped with WiFi. No golden lavatory bowls or emerald incrustations were found which is good. Nevertheless, its rent is going to cost like several thousand dollars an hour, so no mere mortal will likely to ever experience the comfort of flying by it. So, check out the photos.
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14 What Is Left From A Train Shed In The Ryazan Region

What Is Left From A Train Shed In The Ryazan Region

Another heartbreaking photo collection is waiting for you. Welcome
to this abandoned train shed located in the Ryazan Region.
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35 Soviet Cars For Export

Soviet Cars For Export

It's hard to believe but a lot of cars in the Soviet Union were produced for export. Thus, the Moskvich-412 was rather popular in East Europe including England and Germany. There was no point in advertising automobiles for the Soviet people because
there were serious deficiencies in them in the country. That is why most of the advertisements were aimed at the foreign buyer. Check out the photo collection and note that many of the inscriptions are made in the Roman alphabet.
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