0 Street Art These Days

Street Art These Days

This is how the freshest street
art from Tula, Russia looks like.
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0 Steve Jobs Printed Copy Welcomes Visitors in Siberian Cafe

Steve Jobs Printed Copy Welcomes Visitors in Siberian Cafe

  Owners of the "Business Cafe" in Kemerovsk, Siberian city, have installed a full-size cardboard Apple's founder and late CEO Steve Jobs to welcome visitors in their venue. He holds a paper in his hand
saying, quote: "Dear visitors, please remove your over coats when you arrive to get your meal.". Some people discuss it now and call it disrespect to the cult figure. A couple more photos inside:
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4 Russian Brilliant Artist Shishkin

Russian Brilliant Artist Shishkin

Have you ever heard this name - Shishkin? If not then I'll tell you a bit about him. He was one of the most brilliant Russian artist of the 19th century. Some say that amongst all Russian painters who were mastering the landscape genre he was
the best ever lived. Most of all he liked to paint Russian nature and here is a small selection of his some of the best works. Like the one on top - just see how realistically the sun light being expressed on this painting.
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2 A Penguin in St. Petersburg River

A Penguin in St. Petersburg River

A few days ago in one of the rivers or "channels" of St. Petersburg there was a penguin
standing on a piece of ice spotted by passers by. There is a little story about it inside:
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7 A Complex Fire in Moscow Downtown These Minutes

A Complex Fire in Moscow Downtown These Minutes

      Right now, its night down there and a huge fire emerged in Moscow downtown. The
architectural value of the building on fire is tremendous as you can possible guess from the pics.
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6 Hundreds of Tanks Made of Snow and Ice in Russian Backyards

Hundreds of Tanks Made of Snow and Ice in Russian Backyards

Probably due to the latest interest of many Russian men there have been spotted hundreds of tanks made from snow and ice in
the back yards across different Russian cities. We here have a collection of photos depicting this phenomena.
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6 Moscow in Color in 1931

Moscow in Color in 1931

They say that these photos were made in 1931 but then lost for a long time, until recently they have surfaced in an archive, already in color. It's obvious they were not originally been made in color but was
colorized, however the timing of this is not known - they might be colorized at the time of making. Anyways a pretty stunning collection of everyday Russian people life in the capital back in 1931!
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5 Russian Village Painted on a Dirty Car

Russian Village Painted on a Dirty Car

Some people probably have too much time on their hands! A guy has left his dirty car for a while and see what he got
when he returned. How pity it would be to go to the car wash next time -- all this beauty to be ruined.
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4 19th Century Russian Artist Fyodor Vasilyev

19th Century Russian Artist Fyodor Vasilyev

The life of Fyodor Vasilyev was drastically short: he lived only for twenty three years from 1850 to 1873, just imagine. But in this very short span of his
life he has left a whole legacy of his artwork telling about the life in Russia and Russian village. As this first picture above. More are inside:
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2 House of Baka in St. Petersburg

House of Baka in St. Petersburg

This one is pretty nice and unique piece of architecture from St. Petersburg, Russia. It is called "The House of Baka" or "house designed and built for the engineer of
transport Mr. Bak", and is dated back to 1904-1905. It has those weird bridges inside the backyard. See more inside, thanks to Shardapa who has made those photos.
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