So if you ever travel to Russia and your ticket has "DME" written on it, it means that you are coming to Domodedovo airport, one of a few Moscow airports. Here are the sights you might be lucky enough to see from
onboard the airport if there are no clouds, if it is not a night flight and if you have a window seat. If you don't plan to come, here are the photos of one of the Moscow busiest airports taken by Alex:
There is a legend that when Christian missionaries arrived in Russia in the 10th or 9th century AD, the King of Russia had to choose which faith his people would be baptized into. He carefully studied all the aspects of each branch of Christianity (and also some other religions) and then, it is said, he said
something like "The joy of living in Russia is in drinking (alcohol)." and then he chose Orthodox Christianity as they drink in their rituals. I am not sure if this a true story or a legend, but it's a pretty well known story. So here is a set of photos of Russian people and vodka.
Remember a few days ago we saw an abandoned place full of optical sights? Now we have optical sights for guns again but this time its not abandoned and they are not made yet. We will see how those are being manufactured and assembled. Might be pretty interesting inside, thanks
to Aslan who has visited a highly secured production line of this Russian factory specializing in the long range aiming optics. Normal people are not allowed there with a camera but he went and made those photos! So let's see, that should be interesting:
It seems that it has been a while since we had something about the army or police training and you have probably started missing this stuff already. So here, Evgeny, the "Russian Blogger" has visited an event which Moscow
Police Special Forces were staging to display their actual forces and enforcements in action. Pretty picturesque and also you might already noticed there is already snow. So let's see what they have there: