When the South of Russia has a Black Sea which is being pounded by stronger storms later, the White Sea is pretty calm. In fact it is always calm in winter as it is covered with ice. The White Sea basically is a full time sea, with salt water, with white sand beaches, sea animals and sea fishes
but unlike all other southern seas it gets fully covered by ice in winter. People lived there for thousands of years enjoying the sea hunt and fishing. You still can find historically untouched architecture and get a clue how people lived here five hundred years ago.
A great Russian submarine entering the dock for repairs has been spotted by Zeka-Vasch. While staying unsure on what is the model of the submarine or its military nickname it still a pretty magnificent
site, which is usually covered by curtains from civilians when it already stationed in the dock and the repair works start. First it was photoed arriving closer to a docking facility.
So this is Kiev, the capital of Ukraine, today. They say those are the most violent snow storms for over hundred of the years and the largest city of Ukraine, with around 3,000,000 people living there got all its road covered with this much snow. A lot of trains have stucked near the city. Some
govermental authorities travelling on their priority cars were stuck on the road as well as the flashlights couldn't help against the storm. Army has arrived into the city to help cleaning up the snow. Almost six hundred smaller towns and villages stay without electricity as reported.
So, a group of Russians went to Egypt and climbed the Great Pyramide. According to their story, they arrived there early while the complex was open, then waited in shadows till the visitor hours are over and the night came down, so later they climbed on the top and made photos. "There are lots of signs on the top of the pyramide on different languages, including
Russian, and they say somewhere among them there is a signature of last Russian Tsar who climbed it too sometime long ago". The security didn't notice them, they got back down uncaught, keeping in mind that according to Egypt's laws there is a possible couple of years sentence for such kind of things. Also, all photos are clickable.
A thirsty lad owning a measuring tape can get his urge for soda relieved with ease dealing with a wending machine. The basic arithmetics of this is the price of the tin can is worth of twenty five Russian money, which is
roughly 80 cents, which brings them to the total pillage of less than four dollars, and then the penal code of Russia gets three years peniciary minimum for such a deed. So, please, don't try this at home.