2 Small Abandoned Town Was Rebuilt into Colorful Arctic Town Yansk in Russia

Small Abandoned Town Was Rebuilt into Colorful Arctic Town Yansk in Russia

This town has just 300 people living in it. It could look like many other small abandoned Soviet towns in the Arctic but it isn't. Instead
it was rebuilt and looks pretty nice. Pretty much a model of what they all had to look like in this region. Let's take a look.
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3 Anomaly May Snowfalls in Siberia Russia 2017

Anomaly May Snowfalls in Siberia Russia 2017

This May there is anomalous snow activity in Russia, especially in Siberia. Of, course, you can think Siberia and snow -
nothing surprising, but snow in Siberia in May is a very rare phenomena, and people are sort of shocked. Let's see photos:
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1 Russian Army in Afrin Canton, Syria

Russian Army in Afrin Canton, Syria

Afrin Canton as a de facto autonomous part of Syrian Kurdistan with Kurds forming the largest
ethnic group. Russian army provides security there and patrols the area. Let's see some photos
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0 Awesome Ancient Moscow and Russia as Seen by 19th Century Russian Artist Vasnetsov

Awesome Ancient Moscow and Russia as Seen by 19th Century Russian Artist Vasnetsov

Vasnetsov, brother of famous Russian painter Viktor Vasnetsov. He was very much interested in painting old historical
Russia in his own style and those illustrations are very charming and give you a feel of some fairy tale. Let's see.
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3 Nice Photos of Russian Victory Day Parade Night Rehearsal

Nice Photos of Russian Victory Day Parade Night Rehearsal

Victory Day (May 9th) parades are every year event in Moscow however photos from these events are pretty nice, especially from the night rehearsals - when army vehicles move across empty streets, pretty nice sight. Also this is the only way for regular
people to see the newest Russian military vehicles so up close. Not every year the newest vehicles being brought to parades but this year they have some nice one, say the photographer Bluesmaker from Moscow. Let's see his photos here:
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1 Only in Russia Photos Part 4

Only in Russia Photos Part 4

Another collection of "Only
in Russia" photos. Enjoy!
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1 Pripyat River in spring

Pripyat River in spring

We all know about Pripyat thanks to Chernobyl accident. However Pripyat it's not only the town where the nuclear power plant was. Pripyat is a name for the river too. It goes all the way from Ukraine to
Belarus and especially nice looking in spring when it gets overflown by melting snow water and becomes huge. Belarus photographer Sergei went there and made some photos, let's take a look.
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3 Most Expensive Yachts of Russian Billionaires

Most Expensive Yachts of Russian Billionaires

Here is a collection of most expensive yachts of Russian billionaires. And first of all here is the most expensive among Russian yachts - "Eclipse". It belongs to Roman Abramovitch. This thing is very expensive and huge. It's 162.5 meter (500 feet) long. They say it costed him $1.2 billion! It has a SPA centre, carries
helicopter and has a full size pool. And it maintenance is expensive. For example just one fill up of the tank worth $600,000!    For this reason he rents his yacht away to cover up some of the expenses. Also "Eclipse" yacht got it's own personal mini-submarine. Let's see some more of those:
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1 Russian Gaz-21 Volga Time Capsule

Russian Gaz-21 Volga Time Capsule

Gaz-21 Volga car was a symbol of luxury in 1950-1960s in USSR. Very expensive, hard to get, the car that was used by part officials and rich farmers of Georgia alike was attracting sights on the streets. Pity but not many of those survived till now.
However this time guy got lucky - guy discovered a fully untouched car with just around 20,000 km on it. The paint is still shiny and bright as it was sheltered in a garage. No corrosive spots, clean interior, let's take a look!
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1 Foreginer visits Kiev and Odessa in 1968

Foreginer visits Kiev and Odessa in 1968

Another set from another foreigner who visited "closed" country Soviet Union in 1968. His main cities of focus were Kiev and Odessa which are Ukraine now, but at
time it was a pretty much Russian cities as any other city in USSR. Take a look, some atmospheric photos, and which is nice they are in full color.
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