4 Putting Space Maps Aside

Putting Space Maps Aside

The first cosmonauts of the USSR (Yuri Gagarin, Alexey Leonov, Boris
Volynov, Victor Gorbatko) having rest in Dolgoprudny in August 19th, 1963.
10 Opening the Strikeball Season

Opening the Strikeball Season

The guys have opened the strikeball season at the training
polygon near Lviv. Check out some photos of the event.
25 Moscow Male Fashionistas

Moscow Male Fashionistas

How do you like the male fashion in Moscow? It's
not Tokyo, of course, but nevertheless...
30 Soviet Military Forces In Photos And Facts

Soviet Military Forces In Photos And Facts

"From taiga to British seas: the Red Army is the strongest", - they used to sing in a Soviet song. During WW II the Red Army became Soviet and together with the navy and the civil defence
troops, border and interior troops it formed the Military Forces of the USSR. Here you are going to see photos from the Soviet photo album of the 80s and learn some facts.
25 Good Bye, Army!

Good Bye, Army!

Tough dischargees on a
long-awaited day.
3 Back to Alatyr, Russian Venice

Back to Alatyr, Russian Venice

Let us check out some more photos from flooded
Alatyr where almost 200 houses are sunken.

18 Only Stars Are Higher

Only Stars Are Higher

A Russian photographer Vadim Makhorov climbs incredible heights for an ideal shot. The results of such risky and exciting rising are always incredible. Do not set Vadim equal to
reckless youth who just try to get somewhere where they are forbidden to be. Vadim is a fan of photography in the finest sense. Some of his photos make you feel giddy.
15 May Holidays In Moscow 1958

May Holidays In Moscow 1958

Russia is having May holidays now. Let's
see how it used to be in 1958.
38 Life of Chechen Ladies

Life of Chechen Ladies

A photographer Diana Markosyan working in a Moscow agency in 2010 asked to be sent to Chechnya. Diana grew in Russia but studied in the USA, in 2010 she was only 20 years old but she was interested in the notorious region. The agency refused to send her there and she decided to go by herself. Grozny became her aim and later - her home. Many colleagues of Diana didn't want to go to Chechnya but she returned
there after the first trip. In November 2011 she came there to stay. According to Diana it's dangerous and risky to work and live in Chechnya, girls are often kidnapped. In her project Diana Markosyan tried to show life of girls living in Chechnya. "Coming here for a week is pretty much different from staying here forever". Let's see how it feels to be a Chechen girl.
10 Homeless Pavel

Homeless Pavel

Pavel lives in a Cheboksary grove. He didn't prevent visitors from
examination of his dwelling though had no desire to answer many questions...

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