5 Leningrad in 1924

Leningrad in 1924

Vintage photographs of St.Petersburg (it was called Leningrad at that time) in 1924, the year when Lenin
died. The pictures are in high resolution, you can click and browse them with arrows in a larger size.
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0 Restoration of old Soviet Vespa Clone: Cargo Scooter Vyatka MG-150

Restoration of old Soviet Vespa Clone: Cargo Scooter Vyatka MG-150

A group of enthusiasts restored a 1960's
Soviet cargo scooter "Vyatka MG-150".
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4 Ambitious Inventions of Soviet Union

Ambitious Inventions of Soviet Union

During the Soviet era, scientists were all the time coming up with a lot of weird ideas, which though weird, baffled everyone with their functionality. Some of those went into series production,
some, sadly, were never produced en masse. Some of the ambitious things can probably surprise even modern day people. Here are some of those, starting with a legendary Soviet snowmobile.
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4 Abandoned 8×8 Vehicles Deep in the Forest Among the Swamps

Abandoned 8×8 Vehicles Deep in the Forest Among the Swamps

  It has been said that Russian forests can surprise you with curious finds. Things that in normal life you won't be allowed to approach
closer than the distance of a gunshot. Getting there isn't easy, in this story a man goes beyond the swamp on an ATV like this:
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8 Restoration of GAZ-63 Truck That Spent Many Years in a Field

Restoration of GAZ-63 Truck That Spent Many Years in a Field

A man was passing along a road and saw an abandoned GAZ-63 in a field. He pulled over to the roadside and took a walk to the truck to check it out. Then nostalgic
memories filled his mind - his dad had same truck when he was a little boy. This GAZ was already covered with moss but the man started trying to contact the owner.
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3 Why Moscow Has Huge Round Bagel Houses

Why Moscow Has Huge Round Bagel Houses

In the 1970's there was a new building built in Moscow which was very different by design
from the regular "panel block" houses of that era. Here is an insight into its history.
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0 Soviet Posters 40-60s Years Which Helped Kids Choose Career Path

Soviet Posters 40-60s Years Which Helped Kids Choose Career Path

In the USSR, they didn't have bloggers, instagram personalities, or cyber sportsmen, people had different professions and children wanted to become
cosmonauts and other stuff. Here are some posters that have been translated. The first one above says: "From student models to space ships"
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12 Little known facts about Chernobyl from Belarus Blogger [39 facts]

Little known facts about Chernobyl from Belarus Blogger [39 facts]

Belarus blogger, Maxim Mirovic, has been to Chernobyl four times. He has some facts he would like to share. The first one (pictured above): "The Chernobyl zone has two
perimeters. One at 30km, called by hikers 'Tridsyatka' and another at 10km, called by hikers 'Desyatka'. Unlike Desyatka, Tridsyatka is virtually clean.". More:
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1 Abandoned House of Culture from USSR Times

Abandoned House of Culture from USSR Times

During the Soviet Era every city, town and even village had a "house of culture" building. They were sort of clubs for people to come, to study some
crafts, to perform arts and also as convention places. Some of them were architecturally interesting, like this one abandoned near Tver city:
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2 Exclusive Restored Vintage Moskvitch 434P for Sale for $100,000

Exclusive Restored Vintage Moskvitch 434P for Sale for $100,000

An exclusive Moskvich pickup is on sale for $100,000. It is
restored and sort of rare - just 100 of these cars were produced.
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