26 Trip to the Underground Moscow Nuclear Shelter

Trip to the Underground Moscow Nuclear Shelter

Mikhail and some of his friends went down into the one of the Moscow nuclear shelters prepared for emergency in case someone pushed the Red Button. That is a huge shelter which seats 2,700
people and can also hold cars. It's over 2,000 square meters in area. Do you want to see what is inside - we can show you thanks to the photos and stories he brought from there.
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39 Life is Bad in Western Countries

Life is Bad in Western Countries

People in Western European countries live miserable lives.  We will prove this to you with this set of photographs taken out on the streets of the worst European and Western world countries. Every example is signed and certified. Like the one on top. It shows how miserable is to live in Norway - you can see the group of seamen fishing for black caviar, in
Bergen. See more examples of why is it is bad to be a citizen of the civilized part of the world. You will see the first road crossings with artificial intelligence in the world, the first railroad without rails or with varying gap between rails in the world, an outrageous quarrel in a regular Dutch family and much, much more!
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9 An Abandoned Warship Near Moscow

An Abandoned Warship Near Moscow

Right near Moscow, there is a real warship the has been standing abandoned for more than ten years, but still with some chance of being reactivated some day. So the blogger Alexander and
his friends decided to climb onto this ship and take photos from inside and outside. Have you ever been on an abandoned Russian navy ship? If no, then here is your chance:
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5 AN-12 Soviet Airplane

AN-12 Soviet Airplane

The AN-12 Russian Soviet plane was one of the most widely used planes around the world, together with the American C-130. European socialist countries, countries of Africa and Latin America
and of course the Soviet Union have been using it on a large scale all over the world since it began being manufactured in the 1960s. Let's see what this plane is all about.
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9 Beautiful Shots of Moscow from Above 2014 and a lot info

Beautiful Shots of Moscow from Above 2014 and a lot info

From time to time, we have seen Moscow as well as other cities from above. However, the city changes and people come up with new ways of getting photos, so let's see a very fresh set of photos of Moscow from above taken recently in 2014. Very nice and colorful in the moment when the day changes to night so illumination is already on on many buildings but you can still
get a glimpse of the fading day.  BUT THIS POST IS NOT YOUR REGULAR POST. It really is a MUST SEE! There is a lot of new stuff to learn about Moscow and these beautiful, beautiful photos! Come on, see it inside! And remember photos are clickable and can be viewed at a much larger size and scrolled from one to another with arrow keys!
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2 Moscow Police Special Forces Host Open House

Moscow Police Special Forces Host Open House

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:
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6 Kurill Lake is a Village of Wild Bears

Kurill Lake is a Village of Wild Bears

So this is Lake Kurill - or Kurill Lake, it is considered to have the most dense bear population in the whole of Russia! Denis, the blogger, has visited this place and seen lots of bears at once. Let's see bears, bears and more bears he met
in the "bear village" - that's what they call it. You'll be able to learn what the three main groups of bear fishers are, will learn that bears enjoy caviar, will learn how the bear moms protect their cubs and a lot more.
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7 Silk Road Adventure 2014: trip to the Stans part 1

Silk Road Adventure 2014: trip to the Stans part 1

    Let me introduce a guy who has himself taken a trip from Poland to the Asia - as far as Kirgizia and back on his bike, taking these photos on his way and willing to post them for us all so we can see his road trip: This May, I Stojan and 3 of my friends (Kasia, Janusz and Wojciech) went from Poland (I am from Croatia) for a trip to the 'Stans'. It was a 2,5 months, 21000 km long trip. Unfortunately,
due to the bad political situation, we had to skip Ukraine. We passed: Croatia, Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Armenia, Turkey, Bulgaria and Serbia. Here are a few photos, but just from the 'Russian' part of the trip. Hope you'll enjoy it... I surely did! Route (clockwise)
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4 Armenian People Celebrating Day of Wine

Armenian People Celebrating Day of Wine

On the first Saturday of October, the people of an Armenian mountain village gather for a wine and food festival, taking out their wine stored in the cellars. Lots of food and wines. Most
of the people you'll see still speak Russian as a tradition from USSR. So Russian photographer Petr has visited the event, and here we can see how it usually is over there:
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7 Police Meeting

Police Meeting

  October 2nd, Moscow road patrol police department. A meeting was conducted between the police officers and an orthodox priest, prior of a local church, hieromonk Feodosij. The talks were devoted to the approaching Christmas holidays.
That's a quote from the official press release I've just read. People in the comments have noticed that the man in black wears a luxury watch Rado Sintra Skeleton. If you want to see his audience we have one more photo inside:
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