10 How Can People Live in Winter

How Can People Live in Winter

... in a multimillion city? This is how. Watching this from on board of the plane can tell you the story of modern Moscow covered by the giant cloud of a smoke coming
out of a tremendous heating power plant that boils water for the whole city using the natural fuels. We have shown you such a plant in detail just recently.
3 Video: Immortal Fish

Video: Immortal Fish

This is a real Terminator fish! What else can move having no head and half of a body? Only Russian
fish! Who knows how it can be possible and can explain this? You are welcome to comment.
3 Frozen Moscow TV Tower

Frozen Moscow TV Tower

We have already written about the TV tower of Ostankino which is located in Moscow and was considered to be the highest man-made tower in the world after its completion in 1967.
But today we are not going to tell you about its history and structure, we are going to see some winter landscapes of the Russian capital from this high TV tower.

7 The Tiny World of Snails

The Tiny World of Snails

A Ukrainian photographer Vyacheslav Mischenko from Berdichev is a true master of macro photography! We are going
to present you his series of works looking at which you will find yourself in the tiny world of snails.

1 Summer Countryside From Above

Summer Countryside From Above

We miss summer days so much! So today we want to show you some photos of summer countyrside near a Russian city
Samara. Forests and riverbeds, farms and gardens, lakes and little houses are going to be observed from above.
2 Bears In the Valley of Geysers

Bears In the Valley of Geysers

Every year people burn their feet in the Valley of Geysers and caldera of Uzon volcano. For some reason, they are mostly Russians, not foreigners. They do not pay
attention to the warnings.  But what about bears? They cannot read the instructions and wooden decks are built not for them. And they do not wear shoes..
6 Old Mine Turns Into a Secret Plantation

Old Mine Turns Into a Secret Plantation

Sometimes we can find rather unexpected things underground, such as a plantation of unknown crops at the depth of
300 meters. Local "agronomists" have been growing their secret plants at the place that used to be a big mine.

6 Hi Tech Oil Scouts Deep In Siberian Woods

Hi Tech Oil Scouts Deep In Siberian Woods

Seismic exploration includes geophysical methods of studying the Earth's crust, which are based on the study of artificially excited elastic waves. Seismic exploration is used to study the deep structure of the Earth and to find deposits of minerals (mainly oil and gas), to solve problems of hydrogeology and engineering
geology. Seismic survey is very reliable, it can obtain a huge amount of information. Big profit recoups the work of numerous expensive equipment that comes to the places which have never had any roads at all... Now we are going to spend some time with a seismic crew and see how they work.
6 The Lost Land

The Lost Land

The project called "Lost Chukotka" is an attempt to preserve the history of Chukotka of the twentieth century. This land used to have its settlements, its own culture, industry, military power, it was the place where many people tried to survive. Today these places are history. Besides there are no many people left
who can tell about this land, the land which is grown with tundra today. One photographer, who lives in Anadyr, Chukotka, has presented some photos of the land and called the project "Lost Chukotka". He was striving to visit as many Chukotian places as possible and show them to the world.
7 Assorted Russia, Part 68

Assorted Russia, Part 68

A strange double helix cloud was spotted just outside Moscow, Russia. While it is not entirely
known what caused such a phenomenon, there is a fairly extensive investigation under way.