Ukraine has its own rocket forces of special purposes. But all nuclear weapons were moved from the country in 1990s and only one base was saved and soon became a museum. This is not just an exposition of rocket engines, it is the command post located
deeply under the ground. Several details of the infrastructure are still operational and real missiles didn't lose their military might. This base or museum is located in the village Pobugskoe that is famous for the iron nickel plant.
The Museum of the Great Patriotic War is located in Kiev, Ukraine. It's a huge memorial complex covering the area of 10 hectares. Today we're going to visit its main part - the museum building located at the base of
the famous Motherland monument. The entrance fee is 1 euro, plus 2 euros for getting a permission to take photographs. But it's really worth it as all the exhibits are rare and perfectly preserved.
From ancient times every Russian town had its own kremlin that protected it from enemies. A kremlin was considered to be a center of all settlement. Firstly kremlins were wooden then stone and refractory with impregnable towels and moats. Nowadays Russia has about 20 such historic and cultural
buildings that are not just military fortresses but also great architectural complexes with temples, palaces and halls. Practically everybody knows about the famous Moscow Kremlin and only few know about the second kremlin in Moscow, that is called the Izmailovo Kremlin.
Several years ago, after the release of a computer game "Stalker", a new movement appeared among Russian youths. The so-called stalkers are mainly 14-20-year-old students who are fond of drinking cheap stuff like "Jaguar" in various abandoned, secret or simply unusual places. As the fans of the previously mentioned game, stalkers do not forget to create the appropriate atmosphere - they put on camouflage, take
portable radio transmitters, gas masks, guns and a lot of other junk with themselves. As a general rule, the lion's share of equipment isn't bought but stolen from unguarded shelters and warehouses. They call the stolen things "swag" (like in the game). So everything that is not bolted to the floor and does not exceed the lifting capabilities of a schoolboy is called in this way.