In Russian schools kids are being taught that the ... in the World War II has happened after the "Battle for Staliningrad". After this battle it has become possible for Russian troops to reorganize and pass to the offensive. No Russian would you every believe that D-Day was something meaningful in the World War II,
according to the point of view of every average Russian who studied history at Secondary School - the only power in the World War II who win the war was the Soviet Union. A few days ago there was 64th anniversary of this "Staliningrad Battle", and here is a little photo chronicles from that event.
A few days ago we had big photosession of Russian president's plane interior. These time just two photos of the Russian president's helicopter, made on the basis of MI-8 Russian Helicopter. By the way according to Russian news media the agency which serves the Russian
president's fleet started an inner investigation in order to find the source of the information leakage. They believe that such photos should not be available to general Russian or international public. And those two photos are from the same source.
That's an entrance door mod sent by our reader in one of the offices in Russia. That's another portion of "daily" photos from Russian life. Those series seem to be not so daily in terms of regularity just daily in term of everyday life as it is on streets of Russia. Also we would like to
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Valenki is a traditional Russian footwear, solely made of wool. Many centuries it was widely used as the best protection for legs during Russian winters. Nowadays manufacturers of valenki decided to export
it abroad, targeting mainly cold North European countries. They made a special designed versions to satisfy western customers. They hope to get the market. What do you think, would they?