16 Moscow 1908

Moscow 1908

That's Moscow back from 1908. Same Russian
snow, same Kremlin and same... Russian people.
mi-24, Russian helicopter
27 Mi-24, The Flying Crocodile

Mi-24, The Flying Crocodile

This is Russian helicopter MI-24, but these particular are from Polish army. Poland during Soviet era was buying a lot of weapons from Soviet Union. In Russia pilots call it “The Crocodile” because some of it’s form
resemble some reptile according to their point of view. So this Polish pilots decided to go further and drew reptile eyes on their helicopters, so now the crocodile analogy can be seen even more precisely.
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russian village
23 Russian Village

Russian Village

Russian wooden architecture is something you can meet in any Russian village all your way through Russia. Here we had already an article about Kizhi wooden churches, the place, the island on Onega lake in Karelia, Russia, where different examples of Russian wooden architecture are collected, from all over the Russia. Today it’s a different story, this is a sample of
just a common village from Russian rural countryside. It’s not something from medieval times, it’s a way of how the modern Russian countryside house builders look on things. Buildings on this photosets are used in everyday life – there are photos of schools, city hall (village hall) etc. This is simple Russian school.
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St. Petersburg
20 St. Petersburg, Another View

St. Petersburg, Another View

Yet another view of St.
Petersburg, by Alex.
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Novorosiysk, Russia
14 Novorosiysk, Russia

Novorosiysk, Russia

The climate in Russia is cold, it's a well known fact, but how cold is it? A lot of people visit Black Sea in summer because it's the warmest place in Russia, just across the sea lies Turkey, the
pretty southern country. And this photo is taken in one of the Black Sea ports in winter. So the most southern part of Russia is just warm only if to compare to the rest part of Russia.
strange russian sculptures
6 Virtual Citizens of Crimea

Virtual Citizens of Crimea

Nobody knows who created them, but here they are, standing on the hills of Crimea. They have become a good company to take a photo with, but this doesn't explain their origin. A few groups of people stand around
one hill in Crimea, Ukraine, and nobody knows their author neither their purpose. Some of them sit around the table, some walk, some cook food, some dressed nicely and some are really scary.
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russian man
24 Russian Man

Russian Man

These are photos of a Russian man. He wears Russian police
uniform also. He is not homeless, he is just Russian.
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moscow tornado
17 Tornado in Moscow

Tornado in Moscow

A few days ago there was some pics of tornado on Black Sea (South of Russia). Now there are photos
of baby tornado in Moscow skies. It seems that it didn't grow to a real big tornado.
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12 Khodorkovsky, 1992

Khodorkovsky, 1992

Who is this guy? That's Mikhail Khodorkovsky, who used to be the richest man in Russia. He was worth of over $20 B, more than most famous Russian rich
guy Roman Abramovich. He was arrested and now in jail, some say for some political reasons. So here is how he looked back in 1992:
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11 Share Your Bubble Gum

Share Your Bubble Gum

This is how Ukrainian prime minister shares some bubble gum with his colleagues
from Russia - Mr. Putin and Mr. Medvedev. Putin refuses to take some.

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