8 Soviet apartments interior in 1950s-1970s USSR

Soviet apartments interior in 1950s-1970s USSR

Some photos of Soviet apartments in 1950s-1970s, just for you to get an idea. Most of Soviet families used the
same typical furniture, carpets and household items, without much diversity, made in USSR they were.
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4 Glass Beach on Site of Former Dump Site

Glass Beach on Site of Former Dump Site

So Russian Far East got its own glass beach, similar to the one in California. However, it's probably the only glass beach that has snow on it. Also the story is interesting: before, during USSR, this place was
used as a dump site for glass and ceramics. Later, the landfill was closed and the water worked its way thru the shattered pieces of glass. So now it is like this, a wonder and an attraction:
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4 Someone Stole Everything from this Lexus SUV While Owner Slept at Girlfriend House

Someone Stole Everything from this Lexus SUV While Owner Slept at Girlfriend House

So the story a short - man has left his expensive Lexus LX 570 SUV out on the street and went to his girlfriend over night. When he came back in
the morning to his car he found his car like this. Most of the visible parts as well as parts under the hood were stolen. Let's see more:
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4 Soviet space radio telescope in Crimea

Soviet space radio telescope in Crimea

This Soviet radio telescope was built in Crimea for a reason: Crimea had the most amount of sunny days in USSR so clouds didn't stand in a way for the
telescopes like this. This particular one was built in late 1960s. It was used in some Soviet sci-fi movies in USSR as well. Let's see some photos of it:
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3 New Russian Meme Hero

New Russian Meme Hero

Meet a new hero of Russian memes - Zhdun (translates like "the one who waits"). It started with some science article about Dutch made a prototype of a "waiting man" or
something like that. After it madness started - they (in Russia) started putting him in all sorts of situations and photographs. Take a look at just a few:
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3 Russian Navy Unique Project: Two-Person Mini  Submarine Called Triton

Russian Navy Unique Project: Two-Person Mini Submarine Called Triton

Soviet Union had some uber cool things. For example this mini navy submarine "Triton-1M" which could seat two and only 32 of such were released. They could stealthy carry
you on an underwater journey whenever comrade admiral sends you. Straight out of some unreleased Bond movie! See photos, thanks to Russian blogger Oleg here:
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1 Russian Weapons Museum Named after Kalashnikov

Russian Weapons Museum Named after Kalashnikov

There is a weapons museum in Russia that is named after AK inventor Kalashnikov. It's in the city where he worked
and where main AK factory is - Izhevsk. And Russian bloggers went there and here is what they saw. Inside.
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2 World War 2 Guns Laid in Ground for 70 Years And Dug Out from the Ground in Russia

World War 2 Guns Laid in Ground for 70 Years And Dug Out from the Ground in Russia

A selection of World War 2 guns that stayed in the ground for tens of years and now being dug out by Russian enthusiasts. The search for the old guns became very popular in Russia lately, so popular that a law was passed that abolished such kind of
searches in Russian forests. Now if you going to be caught with a metal detector you can face charges. Still people go on this treasure hunt as the stock of the metal laying down in the ground since WW2 is immense. Photos and videos are here:
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6 Newest Russian MiG-35 Jet, Exclusive Pictures from Today’s Presentation

Newest Russian MiG-35 Jet, Exclusive Pictures from Today’s Presentation

Today newest Russian MiG-35 jet was announced in Russia. Here are some exclusive
photos and some videos of the newest bird's from today's event. Don't miss!
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8 Moscow Photographed by American in 1952 1954

Moscow Photographed by American in 1952 1954

Rare unpublished before color photos of Moscow photographed in 1952-1954 by an American
attache.  Streets of Moscow, Leningrad, Murmansk and other Russian cities in full color.
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