15 Tupac from Kazakhstan

Tupac from Kazakhstan

Looks like people of Kazakhstan
know English and know Tupac.
35 A Grande Wedding

A Grande Wedding

You probably think you've seen big wedding corteges or celebrations, but for sure those you've seen can't compare with modern Chechn wedding celebrations. Like this one on the video above.
A few police support cars are the must, as well as shooting in the air - that's a tradition. And of course if its in Moscow it's even more fun. sent by Evgeny
Russian wedding

21 A Wedding Present

A Wedding Present

Sometimes when one is invited to a wedding but he/she doesn't have any money for a present but still in mood to present something "heavy" then this is the idea. Traditionally, in Russia newly married couple waits for something useful as a wedding present.
Often this means they wait money or something that is hundred percent needed in the future household, like a washing machine or TV set. This time the present was really heavy, but people afraid that the newly married won't get it.
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Russian gangsta style

72 Now These Are Gangstas

Now These Are Gangstas

All that Hip Hop mania is in Russia too. Those
sons tend to look real gangsta..
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Russian comics book

38 The Unknown Russian Comics Books

The Unknown Russian Comics Books

Recently, a few series of previously unknown Soviet Russian comics books came to the daylight. Here are the covers of some of them. The first one is "Chekists" or if to translate it something like "Special Security
Agents". "...In 1918 the new Special Agents comics series appeared and gained huge popularity. The violence level increased with each next edition, and eventually every page had scenes of murders in it."
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appartments in Russia
31 That Flat is OK

That Flat is OK

One guy with his young family had to move to his wife's mother's house. What he found there shocked him deeply. He tried to tell the story to his friends and coleagues but they simply didn't believe him until he made those
photos. This probably what happens when everyone in the family exhausts of motivation of keeping the house tidy. The photo above is how the room of his father-in-law looked like when they moved in.
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38 Byelorussian Culinary Festival

Byelorussian Culinary Festival

That’s not a common festival, just in one Byelorussian village they thought it would be fun to ask eight local women (the exact number of participants) show the public what they usually cook at home. The range of products was quite
narrow – traditional boiled potatoes, bacon, pies, and stuff, but the participants assured the guests that their dishes were completely unique and you could never find their recopies in any present-time cooking book.
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Russian hostages
31 The Hostages

The Hostages

A group of journalists were kept as hostages by a bunch of Southern looking guys dressed in military uniform. Well, almost. It is a new experience one can get in Chelyabinsk city, Russia in the recently opened special courses of "How to behave during if you was taken as a hostage". First a bus full of people is being
stopped in the middle of nowhere by a bunch of Arabic people yelling "Allakh Akbar" each and every five seconds. Those are not real terrorists, but Russian SWAT soldiers carefully picked by appearance - with Southern roots so that they could resemble ethnical Chechen or Arabic threat.
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Russian steam punk phone

12 The Steam Punk Phone

The Steam Punk Phone

Russian steam punk phone from the Russian man famous for his daughter which started a court plea against Russian state for "having no
alternative in current school education for the Darwin theory, putting it as the only right in the minds of schoolchildren".
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Russian harvest
57 Harvesting in Russia

Harvesting in Russia

Harvesting time is the busiest period in the Russian agrarian region and it lasts just for a month or so. Once the crops are ripe, they have just 20 days to harvest it or 30 days if they have a special grain drier. The fields are enormous, but as the schedule is tight, hundreds of combines work in fields day and night, processing 6 square kilometers of area per shift, each of them
harvesting 130-160 tones of grain daily. A combine operator gets $1.300 thousand salary a month on the average, and as the work is seasonal he doesn’t earn anything the rest of the year. Each of the working vehicles has air conditioning systems, and with the temperature going above 90 degrees Fahrenheit sitting in the cabin is like sitting in hell.
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