6 Military Parade in Donetsk, 2016

Military Parade in Donetsk, 2016

Speaking about parades, here is
military parade from Donetsk-2016.
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0 Day of Parades:  military parade in Vladivostok 2016

Day of Parades: military parade in Vladivostok 2016

While ya'll sitting behind your desks in the offices or do other stuff of jobs, it's a holiday in Russia, known as "Victory Day" or as they say now "Day of the Great Victory". Or simply put - day of military parades, when all major Russian towns have the columns of military equipment and
soldiers marching thru the downtown. Let's see some of those. Here comes the first parade from Vladivostok - one of the most Eastern Russian cities so photos from that place come first. Thanks to Smit Smitty and his effort to go there and take the photos we can see it too now:
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15 Russian Spetznaz Breaking Bricks And More

Russian Spetznaz Breaking Bricks And More

Blowing up rubber hot water bottles, breaking bricks, rolling frying pans into tubes with bear hands like they are made from tin foil and many more
this is what Russian Spetznaz soldiers demonstrated this past Friday at a party. Thanks to PolkovnikVVS blogger we can see it all in detail.
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1 Soviet Break Dancers from Late 1980s Dance Again in this Video

Soviet Break Dancers from Late 1980s Dance Again in this Video

  Awesome video! Some dude from Soviet break dancing crew of late 1980s have found many of his buddies (now living all over
the world) and asked them to dance again. Many of this dudes are in their 40s and 50s but still can do things! Check it out!

21 Soviet Student Party 1967

Soviet Student Party 1967

If you have ever wondered how Soviet students partied, what they looked like, if they really had fun, and other things like that fifty years ago, then here is a rare
chance. Thanks to these once private photos of Soviet students of a prestigious Moscow university, we can now see what these Soviet students were up to back then!
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15 Russian Photographer Goes inside Chernobyl Reactor in 1990

Russian Photographer Goes inside Chernobyl Reactor in 1990

These days some in the media are commemorating the Chernobyl incident, or as they call it in Russia, "The Chernobyl Catastrophe". The reason is because it happened exactly thirty years ago, in April 1986. So we decided to post something too. We posted the best spooky
shots we could get our hands on. The story is as follows. Just four years after the incident, in the year 1990, a Russian photographer went right inside the destroyed reactor building, the most dangerous place in Chernobyl, and took those photos. Scary.
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12 Russian rocket launched from Cosmodrome Vostochny for the first time

Russian rocket launched from Cosmodrome Vostochny for the first time

Today the rocket was launched from newly built Russian spaceport "Cosmodrome Vostochny" for
the first time. Russian airplane photographer Marina was there and made those photos.
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7 Western cartoon heroes occupy streets of Russia

Western cartoon heroes occupy streets of Russia

Russian group of enthusiastic artists decided to inhabit traditional Russian
landscapes with famous Western cartoon characters. The result is big fun. Take a look!
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1 Big Red Heart Hot Air Balloon in Crimea

Big Red Heart Hot Air Balloon in Crimea

Someone has made a big red heart-shaped hot air balloon, wrote "I Love You!" on it and
took it into the air. Thanks to Maksim, Russian blogger we can see how it was.
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2 Taigan Lion Park in Crimea Releases Lions into the Wild

Taigan Lion Park in Crimea Releases Lions into the Wild

Well, not totally into the wild. Let's first tell a few facts about this place. Taigan is a lion park in Crimea. Over fifty lions live there, making it the biggest lion park in Europe.  In winter lions stay in warm houses because its cold outside
and snow is not a rare thing in Crimea. But in spring all those fifty African lions are being released into a "wilderness" - fifty hectares (123 acres) of Crimean land. Let's see inside, thanks to Crimean photographer YUry Ugans:
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