4 Russian Diorama of Exploding Truck

Russian Diorama of Exploding Truck

A Russian guy has built a diorama of a Russian truck exploding on a mine or hit by an artillery shell during the famous Siege of Leningrad, when the huge Russian city was blocked by Nazis for years and people were starving, especially in winter, with no
heating, nothing. And the only way to get supplies in was by trucks travelling on the ice road through the local great lake. They were constantly bombed by fascists and this is a sample of that moment, an explosion caught by an artist.
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3 Russian Arms Expo 2015 Continued

Russian Arms Expo 2015 Continued

IIlya continues to explore the Russian arms 2015 expo in Nizhny Tagil and posts more photos of what is being offered for sale or is on display. Previously he posted tanks and
other large scale armaments that were displayed and he has now moved on to indoor expositions. If you like such kinds of reports you might want to view this one too!
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2 Kazan Helicopter Factory

Kazan Helicopter Factory

Just a few photos from the Kazan helicopter factory. Russian blogger Mik25 has visited the place and shared what he saw. Just some rough uncut
pieces of Mi-8 bodies being made. We have probably had some reports on this place before, but thanks to MIK here are a few more photos!
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0 Russian City Voronezh in 1980s

Russian City Voronezh in 1980s

A few photos of the Russian city of Voronezh in the early 1980s. It's churches mainly. Looks like many objects were in a state of despair, though the whole feel which I get
from the photos is like the empire is still alive and people are not aware of what is going to come in the next ten or so years. Pretty much atmospheric photos!
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5 Russian Newest Jet T-50 or PAK FA

Russian Newest Jet T-50 or PAK FA

This Russian jet is the newest and most advanced jet Russian engineers have ever produced. There are not too many photos of it on the Internet yet, due to previous security and secrecy and also because not many of them have
been produced. But since it was recently participating in the MAKS-2015 air show new photo sets have started appearing. Like this one from Sergei. Thanks to him we can see this marvellous bird in more detail.
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Some Russian officers have posted their handheld phone camera footage of the newest Russian self propelled robot tanks remotely controlled and fighting the terrorist target. The warfare of the future might some day look like this - remotely controlled tanks Read more...
2 Russian Robot Tanks Attack Targets

Russian Robot Tanks Attack Targets

Some Russian officers have posted their handheld phone camera footage of the newest Russian self propelled robot tanks remotely
controlled and fighting the terrorist target. The warfare of the future might some day look like this - remotely controlled tanks
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The Russian president arrives in Crimea, this is how people greet him. Just a short video but pretty interesting to see people's reaction. Read more...
4 President in Crimea Greeted by People

President in Crimea Greeted by People

The Russian president arrives in Crimea, this is how people greet him.
Just a short video but pretty interesting to see people's reaction.
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5 Unusual Clouds on Kamchatka

Unusual Clouds on Kamchatka

On the 13th of September, people of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatski, a city on the Kamchatka peninsula, were
baffled by strangely shaped clouds. Numerous photos were posted online and here are a few of them.
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1 Russian Athlete Travelled to top of the Mountain with a Barbell

Russian Athlete Travelled to top of the Mountain with a Barbell

A Russian bodybuilder has travelled to the top of the highest mountain in Europe and Russia - Mount Elbrus. He didn't travel alone. He took his favorite 75 kilo (or around 150 lbs) barbell together with him on his
shoulders. It took him eight days to reach the height of 5,642 meters (18,510 feet)! He got severely burned and was tired but still went forward and on September 6th he reached his goal. A few photos are inside.
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10 Jewish People Coming to Ukraine to Celebrate New Year

Jewish People Coming to Ukraine to Celebrate New Year

In some branch of the Jewish religion there is a tradition to come to the Ukrainian town of Uman to celebrate the New Year. So each year tens of thousands of the believers arrive. They probably even did it during Soviet times, when the
borders were locked, but now, when Ukraine is a separate state and there are no limits on travel, each year more and more people come to celebrate. One of our favorite bloggers, Ilya, has travelled there and taken some photos!
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