5 Awesome Photos of Russian MIG-31 Modernized

Awesome Photos of Russian MIG-31 Modernized

Straight out of hangars Marina has taken photos of Russian MIG-31, lot of them produced way before being disassembled into smallest parts and then assembled back with totally renewed look and feel. One example - the transparent cabin covers were made from Plexiglas and
since it becomes darker with time it needs to be replaced. But this material has not been used for over twenty years so they make new cabin covers  with triplex glass. Many more similar updates are being made to these planes. Let's see the photos:
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8 Peaceful Sights of Spring in Ukrainian City Rakhov

Peaceful Sights of Spring in Ukrainian City Rakhov

Just a dose of peacefulness. Ukrainian small town Rakhov is an example of slow life in rural setting.
Spring adds overall charm. Enjoy relaxed atmosphere of those pics, especially if you stressed.
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2 A Dose of Awesome Soviet Posters

A Dose of Awesome Soviet Posters

Soviet posters are always cool, as an example of State propaganda and art from a back long ago culture. However, some of those start getting new meaning these days and
can be easily posted to raise awareness of new Soviet Russian people. So let's see what people should be aware of! The one above calls us to "Be Vigilant!"
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8 What if Hollywood Movies were Filmed in Russia?

What if Hollywood Movies were Filmed in Russia?

A few examples of what if the Hollywood films were filmed in normal Russian scenery.
Let's start a Game of Thrones shot in a typical Russian yard and continue watching.
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13 Vogue Photographer Took Photos of Ukraine When He Was Nazi Soldier

Vogue Photographer Took Photos of Ukraine When He Was Nazi Soldier

A successful German photographer Herber List was known to work with top notch editions all over the world, including such names as Vogue, Harper's Bazar and many more. But not many know that before his successful career in fashion photography he
was enlisted into Nazi army and went to conquer USSR under German command. There he also was making photos on his personal camera. And here is the result of his "trip" to Ukraine. Art photography meets land under Nazi occupation.
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4 Turning One Mercedes into Another

Turning One Mercedes into Another

Company in Ukraine specializes in turning older Mercedes into newer ones. Like, many Mercedes owners want to upgrade their cars however can't afford. Especially the more costlier cars like S-class can cost tens
thousands dollars more expensive if to buy the new one and sell old one. So people on a budget can get this solution tenfold cheaper - just turn your older S-class into a brand new one. Let's see how.
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8 Color Photos of Kiev in 1958

Color Photos of Kiev in 1958

John Shultz has visited Kiev in 1958 and brought back tons of photos. Kiev the capital of Ukraine now, was a Soviet city at one time and also a capital of Ukrainian Socialistic Soviet
Republic,one of the Fifteen Soviet States. Those were not just photos but awesome color slides of the city at that time. Very atmospheric in telling the story. Take a look!
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2 Russian Fifth Army Drill April 2016

Russian Fifth Army Drill April 2016

And now the Russian army drill. Over 8,000 soldiers and officers started their drill with some heavy artillery. Smit Smitty
went there and took some nice military photos. Now we offer you to see for yourself what Russian army is up to.
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8 Ukrainian Army Trains to Fight Terrorists

Ukrainian Army Trains to Fight Terrorists

Ukrainian general army command has posted those photos which
should show the Ukrainian army "training to fight terrorists"
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6 Belarus man lives in Chernobyl exclusion zone

Belarus man lives in Chernobyl exclusion zone

Chernobyl exclusion zone is the place where because of radiation population was evacuated. Abandoned villages stretch from Pripyat itself to as long as Belarus. All those territories are dangerous to live for any human and will be so for at least 200 years more.
Some say, only after 2,000 years people can return here. However for every rule, there is an exclusion (pun intended). Meet this old man who lives inside the exclusion zone of Chernobyl together with only two other solitary people living around.
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