12 Three Russian Guys Travel Across Country in an Old Soviet Car

Three Russian Guys Travel Across Country in an Old Soviet Car

Three Russian guys decided to go on an unusual adventure - travel across Russia in an old Soviet car. Basically, this car was always treated as a parody of a normal car and was always ridiculed in funny stories, etc. It only has forty
horsepower and the car's basic appearance stayed the same from the 1960's until the 1990's when they stopped producing them in Ukraine. However it didn't stop them from taking one of the cars for a journey. So here are some pics.
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3 Husky Dogs: True Friends And Avid Travellers

Husky Dogs: True Friends And Avid Travellers

A Husky is a very photogenic dog, it looks perfect almost on any background. This is why Vladimir Polyanskiy, the happy owner of three husky dogs from Kirovsk, Russia, likes to photograph them so much. Vladimir has a cross-country vehicle and often goes to beautiful places together with his pets named Alaska, Metel and Shasta. Usually he is accompanied by other husky owners. Vladimir says that husky is
the only breed of dogs that may travel up to 500 km every weekend to see something new. They never get sick on their way just like any avid travellers. Weekdays for the huskies are full of expectations of another trip that's going to happen rather soon. These beautiful dogs share the mode of life of their owners who can't imagine their adventures without furry friends.
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2 Russian Food That Travels to Space

Russian Food That Travels to Space

Several research institutes and experimental plants are operating in Russia for the production of food products for space. This
country is the only one in the world where operating organizations specialized in the manufacture of food for the space.
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10 Russian Traveller Ketov

Russian Traveller Ketov

Vladislav Ketov is an outstanding traveller from Russia who, by the way, turned 64 in February. No, he has neither managers nor sponsors, and his experience has never been mentioned in the Guinness Book of World Records, but
facts speak for themselves. He became the first man in the world to travel around the Earth. It took him twenty one years and twenty one days to travel 167 000 km cycling along the coast lines of the continents...
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2 Little Abkhazian City: Time Travel to the Soviet Past

Little Abkhazian City: Time Travel to the Soviet Past

An Abkhazian city Ochamchira lies on a plain. Around are the fields where Georgian tea is growing. Why
are we going to show it to you? Because it seems you come back to the Soviet time in this place.
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3 Car Travel In Kamchatka

Car Travel In Kamchatka

What is Kamchatka mainly associated with? With salmon and bear? With geysers? Right. But it is also clouds of dust on the roads! Its roads are
incredibly dusty. Inside this post are the pictures taken during the journey to the hot springs called Opalinskiye in Kamchatka.
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6 Solo Travel to the Highest Mountain

Solo Travel to the Highest Mountain

Elbrus is the highest mountain of Russia and Europe (5642 m above sea level). It's hard to breathe on its top, you don't gasp but it's just hard to work or do anything (as if you've just run up on the tenth floor). One has to acclimatize first. There are some shelters for
acclimatization on the mountain, but around are only snow and stones. So it's better to walk somewhere near the mountain first. If you try to do it without training, mountain sickness is guaranteed: severe headache, vomiting, and in the worst case - pulmonary or brain edema.
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2 Underground Time Travel

Underground Time Travel

To get into the past you don't have to build a time machine or conjure, it's enough to go down at a dark night as deep as your fear allows you, and
then climb as higher as you can. This is how some guys went back to the times of the 1960s, to the communist past of Soviet miners.
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3 Travelling Beyond the 80th Parallel

Travelling Beyond the 80th Parallel

The national park "Russian Arctic" was created in June 2009 in the north of
archipelago Novaya Zemlya. Its total area is 1 426 000 hectares.
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13 Travelling In Russia of 1985

Travelling In Russia of 1985

Photos of one foreigner who travelled to
Moscow and Vladimir in May, 1985.
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