1 A Bit of Nice Cars

A Bit of Nice Cars

One guy decided to show his
collection of models. Check it
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10 Moscow Last Century

Moscow Last Century

The author of these photos is Rob Ketcherside. As always
quality of the photos foreign tourists take is good.
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2 Survival Of A Pilot In A Forest

Survival Of A Pilot In A Forest

In January Russian military pilots got a chance to implement their survival skills under extreme conditions in practice.
They concentrated on many issues such as survival in a deserted area, obtainment of food, fire and water, etc.
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2 Muscular Siberia

Muscular Siberia

On 7th, April, 2012 there was held Open Championship on bodybuilding, fitness and body-fitness of
Siberia. The most interesting photos of the event held in Novosibirsk are presented below.
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9 Moscow Cultural Life In November-December 1955

Moscow Cultural Life In November-December 1955

A set of pictures taken by
Ed Clark in Moscow, 1955.
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3 Tank With Your Own Hands

Tank With Your Own Hands

A man from the Sverdlov region, Alexander Porubaiko, has built a copy of a German tank Panzerkampfwagen IV Ausf.F2 in accord with the drawings he had found, using details of trucks and tractors. The
tank can drive, its turret rotates, changes a tank gun cant angle. Unfortunately it's not armoured. But even without it the tank weighs 10 tons, such vehicle cannot drive along roads.
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7 Foggy Sunrise At Altitude 136m

Foggy Sunrise At Altitude 136m

Can a sunrise be more wonderful? Pictures
were taken from Southern Bridge in Kiev.
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12 Ladies Wearing Shawls

Ladies Wearing Shawls

It seems that age-old Russian shawls become fashionable again.
Ladies from Chita show all advantages of such accessories.
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4 Moscow Ladies Photographed By Lisa Larsen

Moscow Ladies Photographed By Lisa Larsen

Everyday life of Moscow ladies through the camera
glass of Lisa Larsen, August - September, 1956.
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1 Light-Keeper Sidorov

Light-Keeper Sidorov

Lighthouse named after M. Shpamberg was built in 1938-43 on Southern Kuril Islands. Its height is 18m. The Japanese used to move along the island on horses, sometimes on foot, and rather seldom by
cars.  In winter the lighthouse could be reached only on skis. This lighthouse is almost the last Japanese construction remained on the island. The similar one is only in Sakhalin.
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