1 Turkey Farm In Tatarstan

Turkey Farm In Tatarstan

Turkey breeding is a troublesome but perspective business. See
below to find out why turkeys are better than chickens.
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8 Soviet Kindergraten Of The 1960s

Soviet Kindergraten Of The 1960s

Check out photographs picturing Soviet children in the kindergarten. The photographs were taken in December of the
1960s by American photographer Carl Mydans who worked for the Farm Security Administration and Life magazine.
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0 The Largest Theater In Russia

The Largest Theater In Russia

Novosibirsk Opera and Ballet Theater is the most important theatre in Novosibirsk and Siberia. It was completed in February, 1944, the first performance being held on May 12th, 1945. It is the largest theater in Russia (larger than the
Bolshoi Theater in Moscow!). Located in downtown Novosibirsk, on Lenin Square, it is the symbol of the city. After its renovation in 2005, its computerized stage equipment became the most technically advanced in Russia.
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5 Difference Between Operating And Abandoned Bomb Shelters

Difference Between Operating And Abandoned Bomb Shelters

Perhaps, you've seen plenty of abandoned bomb shelters scattered around the country
and it would be fair to also show you operating ones. Let's check out one!
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18 Practice Shoot In Primorye

Practice Shoot In Primorye

On March, 23rd in Primorskiy Territory, the Marine artillerymen carried out shooting practices
and tactical maneuvers with the 2S1 Gvozdika, a Soviet 122-mm self-propelled howitzer.
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9 When Spring Comes To Kazakhstan

When Spring Comes To Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan is best when seasons change. There is nothing more beautiful than winter yielding to spring, when the sun shines brighter and air fills with the smells
of the awakening ground. Check out Konstantin Kikvidze’s photographs of the Karaganda and Vostochnyy Kazakhstan regions taken at this very moment.
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9 People From Noginsk-2 Offered to Move to Slums

People From Noginsk-2 Offered to Move to Slums

A couple of months ago, you might have read our report on the people from Central Asia living in a half-destroyed
military barrack located in the city of Noginsk-2. Now we want to report on how the story continued.
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2 Oil Production Wreaks Devastation In The North

Oil Production Wreaks Devastation In The North

Oil and gas producing companies keep occupying new territories forcing out their native population. RN-Purneftegas, one of the branches of Russia's largest oil producer Rosneft, promised to add new colors into the life of people living in the Purovsky Region, Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District. Those areas have been inhabited by
Nenets, Khanty and other peoples for centuries. It is yet black that has been prevailing so far. Peoples who survived revolutions, collectivization and the chaos of the 90s are now on the verge of extinction. Oil and gas production business turned out to be more hazardous than the threat of the past.
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9 Modern Media Center For Your Country Cottage

Modern Media Center For Your Country Cottage

Isn’t it a great idea to make a modern media
center from an old Soviet radio and record player?
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6 Aero Photography By Sergey Makarenkov

Aero Photography By Sergey Makarenkov

Heavy metal. Sergey Makarenkov takes photographs from the plane. When he first rose into the air, he realized he could not live without seeing a bird’s
eye view of this world. Since 2007, he spent about 400 hours flying on the plane photographing. Let us present some of his aviashots.
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