1 Some Photos of Russia in 1990s

Some Photos of Russia in 1990s

Just to remember (or discover) how Russia lived
in 1990s. No comments just a few photos.
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6 Abandoned Wheat Elevator Grainery That Was Biggest in Russia

Abandoned Wheat Elevator Grainery That Was Biggest in Russia

Yaransk Elevator is a huge scale company. Once it was one of the biggest elevator in Russia now it's stopped,
territory is empty, buildings stay abandoned. Here is the trip inside by Russian blogger Oesolod.
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7 Rare Soviet LADA 2109 Time Capsule

Rare Soviet LADA 2109 Time Capsule

Man has got inherited an absolutely new Soviet LADA Sputnik 2109 car. It has only 49 km on it, still in factory packaging on the seats, was stored in a garage.
Looks like his grandfather has never used it. And this was the most "luxury" car late Soviet people dreamed off. Even some Russian songs mention it.
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7 Why Did Soviet Most Nice Looking Van Fail

Why Did Soviet Most Nice Looking Van Fail

This Russian car, the passenger van, was enchanting many Russian people when it appeared in a cult Soviet movie about Shurik. Soviet
people were arguing if its Soviet creation or an imported luxury. Some even thought this was a self-made car. But it wasn't.
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4 Crimea: Trip to Underground Submarines Storage, Cold War Object, Now Underground Museum of Submarines

Crimea: Trip to Underground Submarines Storage, Cold War Object, Now Underground Museum of Submarines

This bay in Crimea is not just nice blue water and yachts. This one has some unprecedented in world history object, top secret sometime ago, and now it's a museum called "Balaclava" same as the bay called. A museum of submarines. After the WW2 bot world superpowers USSR and USA were increasing their nuclear potential. Then Stalin
ordered to find a place where to hide nuclear missiles carrying submarines. After a few years of search they found this bay and a small town Balaclava. They changed its status to "Top Secret" overnight. They were building the object for the next eight years. Russian blogger Alexei went there and here is his story.
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2 How the Airplane That Spent 72 Years on Lake Bottom Looks Like

How the Airplane That Spent 72 Years on Lake Bottom Looks Like

Last month Russian Navy divers lifted an American Bell P-39 Airacobra plane from
the bottom of the lake on Kola Peninsula, Russia. This is how it looks like.
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1 Day of Airborne Special Forces in Moscow Yesterday

Day of Airborne Special Forces in Moscow Yesterday

August second is a Airborne Storm Troopers day in Russia. Special forces veterans flock into Russian cities dress into their iconic
striped shirts and blue berets and have fun. Here is how it was yesterday in Moscow, as on photos of Moscow blogger Evgeny:
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1 Launch of Soyuz MC-05 from Baikonur Spaceport

Launch of Soyuz MC-05 from Baikonur Spaceport

July 28th a Soyuz MC-05 space rocket was launched. Three cosmonauts were there, one American, one Russian,
one European (Italy). They plan to stay in space for 139 days. Here is how the launch went in detail.
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0 Vintage Soviet Firefighter Motorcycle URAL

Vintage Soviet Firefighter Motorcycle URAL

Sometime ago there were motorcycles used at Soviet firefighters crews. Especially the sidecar
URAL motorcycles were popular. They were placing a pump in a sidecar and here you go.
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1 Nice Little Russian Town in Altai Mountains

Nice Little Russian Town in Altai Mountains

This is Chemal town in Altai region, Russia. Population just 4,000 people. It's staying in a
valley between two mountains. It's a very picturesque little town, just take a look at it.
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