boat of abramovich, russian richest man
16 R. Abramovich, the most wealthiest man of Russia, what cars boats and planes does he have?

R. Abramovich, the most wealthiest man of Russia, what cars boats and planes does he have?

The most famous Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich lives mainly in London, UK (Englishmen call him Red Rom) . He owns UK soccer team Chelsea and tries to enter UK high society with all his best. He spent more than $100M for buying new players to Chelsea team. There had been rumors among London high society that if Abramovich’s Chelsea would win European Cap the Queen of England would make Roman a knight, so he would be Sir Roman Abramovich. Last time Chelsea failed to do this, despite the huge sums Mr. Roman spends on it, hopefully they would succeed next time and he won’t be sorry about all the investments he made. Meanwhile let’s see what means of transportation uses Roman Abramovich and his successors in term of financial wealth in Russian hierarchy. Abramovich has a lot of garages across the world, in Russia in London
in USA and in Europe. He has plenty of different cars. The variety of them is also great. There can be found Porche Carrera GT, Aston Martin DB, very special and unique Bentley  Brookland which weights 6250 lbs. But his famous car for business visits is Mercedes S600 Pullman. He takes it everywhere he goes it’s been transported with a cargo plane following him worldwide (as well as presidents of Russia or USA do). Of course this car is heavily armoured. There is one interesting fact:  Roman never travels in one car with his wife, by his words if the car would be hit by some evil missile or bomb or just would get in accident he doesn’t want his 5 kids would loose both parents at once. Wise guy isn’t he? By the way he is only 40 years old. Just a young boy.
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us truck crushes tu-154 russian origin airplane
3 U.S. Serviceman Pointed His Truck into a Plane and Hit It

U.S. Serviceman Pointed His Truck into a Plane and Hit It

As MosNews.com reports an accident happened in the airport. A truck belonging to the anti-terror coalition’s air base crashed into a Tupolev Tu-154 at the Manas airport in Bishkek, a source in the airport told Interfax. The air
base’s truck rammed into the Tu-154 on the tarmac, the source said. “The vehicle was speeding along the runway and crashed into the plane’s side. No one was aboard the plane at that moment,” he said.
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45 Russian oldtimers: Luxury car Chaika

Russian oldtimers: Luxury car Chaika

We are starting our Russian oldtimers review with Chaika GAZ 13. This was an elite car, not for sale for common people in USSR, only for Communist party leaders.  Chaika GAZ 13  Years of production: 1959-1981
Overall production: 3179 examlpes (only some 20 universals GAZ-13S and few cabriolets GAZ-13B (1961-1962)) Body: 7-seater 4-door limousine, 2- or 4-door cabriolet, 5-door universal (ambulance)  
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russian weed witness
4 Witness called by during confiscating weed, turned out to be smoker too.

Witness called by during confiscating weed, turned out to be smoker too.

Late at night drug officers committing a patrol raid across the neighborhood have spotted a young man with a strange behavior, who came out of the forest which surrounds the city. They ordered him to stop and asked if he had drugs or weapons with him. He was negative about that, but officers decided to search him. According to the search procedure they had to
invite two witnesses. So the officers asked a passing by man to spare them a few minutes. The passer-by reacted unexpectedly – he rushed for running away from the patrol. He could not manage to get away – he was seized by policemen. After another witnesses were found both of the guys were searched and both owned some marijuanna.
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Kizhi island, russian architectural masterpieceThe pogost of Kizhi (i.e. the Kizhi enclosure) is located on one of the many islands in Lake Onega, in Karelia. Two 18th-century wooden churches, and an octagonal clock tower, also in wood and built in 1862, can be seen there. These unusual constructions, in which carpenters created a bold visionary architecture, perpetuate an ancient model of parish space and are in harmony with the surrounding landscape.

3 Wooden churches in Kizhi built without nails

Wooden churches in Kizhi built without nails

The pogost of Kizhi (i.e. the Kizhi enclosure) is located on one of the many islands in Lake Onega, in Karelia. Two 18th-century wooden churches, and an octagonal clock tower, also in wood and built in 1862, can be seen there. These unusual constructions, in which carpenters created a bold visionary architecture, perpetuate an ancient model of parish space and are in harmony with the
surrounding landscape. Earlier it was called "subcapital Siberia", a reference to this region of peaceful birds, blue lakes, bubbling rivers and innumerable islands overgrown with woods. Petrozavodsk, the capital of Karelia, is located approximately 300 km from St. Petersburg on the most westerly bay of Lake Onega, the second biggest in Europe after Lake Ladoga.
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Perelman, russian mathematician who solven Poincaré conjecture
4 Strange behavior of the man who solved Poincaré conjecture, the great mathematics problem. He refuses the prize.

Strange behavior of the man who solved Poincaré conjecture, the great mathematics problem. He refuses the prize.

Gregory Perelman, the man who has solved one of the most complicated mathematical mysteries, which were an object of attraction of the most brilliant minds of the world during one hundred years. And now the world can face a new surprise from this man – he can refuse his award for his prominent mathematical solution, he can refuse the Fields medal. During the millennia mathematicians have pointed to a few mathematical enigmas, and one of the greatest among them is  a famous Poincaré conjecture. During 100 years since 1904 none of the numerous versions that were proposed by different mathematicians were rejected as
incorrect. Even a few years ago the idea of this task to be solved seemed to be unreal, and nobody expected the right solution in next few decades. But in November 2002, Russian mathematician from St. Petersburg, Gregory Perelman, son of the famous Russian physicist, author of well known in Russia course of physics “Amusing Physics”,  astounded the mathematical world by posting to arXiv the first of a series of eprints in which he claimed to have outlined a proof of Thurston's geometrization conjecture, a result that includes the Poincaré conjecture as a particular case.
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46 yo russian man robbed by a junior schoold student
2 46 yo man was robbed and severely beat by Junior school student

46 yo man was robbed and severely beat by Junior school student

Police department of Moscow city has arrested a 6th grade student (6th grade is usually being attended by 12-13 years old students). He is suspected that has beat a 45 years old man within an inch of his man’s life and after that robbed him. This happened late at night at one of the streets of Moscow city. The boy spotted a man on the street, followed him and then
furiously attacked the passer-by. After the man was hit down to the ground the boy robbed him. He took all the valuable things the man had: laptop pc, digital camera, CD player. According to police the total value of the damage he suffered is around $2600. The victim is now in the Moscow hospital with numerous rib fractures, injuries and head trauma.
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7 New Russian missile can penetrate through SDI easily.

New Russian missile can penetrate through SDI easily.

Russia has successfully test launched an intercontinental ballistic missile from its northern space-vehicle launching site, Plesetsk, the ITAR-TASS news agency reported Aug. 3 The intercontinental Topol class ballistic missile, also known in the West as the CC-25, was launched on Aug. 3 at 1:38 pm
Moscow time from a mobile launching installation, sources from the northern cosmodrome told ITAR-TASS. The aim of the test was to assure that the exploitation period of the missile could be extended, a Russian space forces' press-service representative told Regions.ru online daily.
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2 Russian officials plan to live 150 years using the Kremlin diet

Russian officials plan to live 150 years using the Kremlin diet

Officials’ salaries increase at a much higher rate than those of the regular mortals. They ride in special official cars, they receive medical treatment in special clinics that are closed to the public and they rest from work in special sanatoriums. And now there is even a special book published for them “The State Official: Professional Health and Long Life.” The authors of this book of only 1000 copies are Sergey Mironov, the head chief of the Main
Presidential Medical Department, Albert Arutiunov, his vice-chief, and Peter Turzin, the vice director of the Presidential Scientific/Academic Medical Center. In their book the authors explain how persons of important governmental positions should guard their health and prolong their lives. We believe that their advice could serve the ordinary people. Therefore we are going to share some passages from this mysterious book.
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11 Russian Girl Mocks Million Dollar Homepage Selling Own Naked Body

Russian Girl Mocks Million Dollar Homepage Selling Own Naked Body

A Russian girl called Natasha has put up her body for sale on the Internet. Customers
may request that she draws or writes anything on the millimeters they pay for.
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