8 Photographer Gennadiy Mikheev: Moscow in the bold 90s

Photographer Gennadiy Mikheev: Moscow in the bold 90s

This photographer has caught the pristine moments of a country on a brink of a
change. Some of those photos are mesmirizing and breath catching. Take a look!
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2 Russia: Grass and Missiles

Russia: Grass and Missiles

We arrived at the village and then drove to the resort, to a small slate career. The nearest underground missile silo was in two hundred meters from that place. Once, the formidable intercontinental ballistic missile R-36M UTTKh lived in the underground missile silo, otherwise called Satan. But now there is no rocket inside it, there only a small house remained. Today my story will be about the
house and other underground constructions. We arrived. We left the car and walked down the thickets of wild pea and hemp fields. Not inclined to think that it is grown especially by locals - too big and chaotic plantations. But I was sure that in the autumn there would be enough harvest for all the surrounding villages. Some individual plants were higher than I.
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7 CRADDLE. UNKNOWN THING IN AN UNKNOWN PLACE

CRADDLE. UNKNOWN THING IN AN UNKNOWN PLACE

In the year dot, some aliens crashed next to the Earth. It is unknown what happened to the aliens, but an escape capsule survived...
Armahema paid a visit again to some weird but highly secret place and brought back photos, but no descriptions so enjoy the view!
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1 Story of Light: Lighthouses on the Edge of the World

Story of Light: Lighthouses on the Edge of the World

Some of the most beautiful lighthouses of Russia and the Far East are located in Primorsky Krai. It would seem that the task of lighthouses – to serve as a guiding light for ships ­– has become almost symbolic in the age of satellite
technology. But this does not bother light keepers, or, as they call themselves, lightmen. To understand what people work at lighthouses for decades, we went to the coast of Primorsky Krai and recorded their stories.
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10 Reasons why Russians do not smile

Reasons why Russians do not smile

Everyone has certainly heard at least once that foreigners believe the Russian are very harsh people because,
in their opinion, the Russian smile little. Well, the residents of Russia have a reason for this.
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0 Flood after heavy rain in Novosibirsk on July 18, 2016

Flood after heavy rain in Novosibirsk on July 18, 2016

Flood after heavy rain in Novosibirsk on
July 18, 2016. Let's take a look how it was
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1 Elite Foods of the USSR

Elite Foods of the USSR

Some delicious Soviet treats from this vintage catalogue that was only available
for Soviet elites and foreigners. Take a look, some sections are translated.
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7 Have You Ever Seen Nuclear Power Plant from Inside?

Have You Ever Seen Nuclear Power Plant from Inside?

To get to the current nuclear power plant is an unattainable dream for many. Multi-level
security system, radiation and seething crater of a nuclear reactor. ... Welcome!
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2 45 genre photos of pre-revolutionary Russia

45 genre photos of pre-revolutionary Russia

A collection of very atmospheric photos of Imperial Russia. Must see set! Most photos are with caption, like the one above is: A
starving year in Nizhny Novgorod Governorate 1891-1892 People canteen in village Pralevka of Lukoyanovsky County. 1891-1892.
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1 Radioactive legacy of the Soviet Union in the ruins of the Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site

Radioactive legacy of the Soviet Union in the ruins of the Semipalatinsk Nuclear Test Site

The nuclear program of the Soviet Union began shortly after the end of World War II. Tests were carried out in many remote areas, for example on Novaya
Zemlya archipelago, in the Urals and in the steppes of the North-Eastern Kazakhstan. Unfortunately, people continued to live in some of those places.
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