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25 Russian Home Made Ring

Russian Home Made Ring

An example of Russian custom made jewellery,
some not bad ring he got as a result.
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34 56 Examples of Crazy Russian Car Mods

56 Examples of Crazy Russian Car Mods

In Soviet Russia, car
builds you?

52 If You Don’t Have Your Own Castle…

If You Don’t Have Your Own Castle…

What would you do if you don’t have your own castle? It seems that we know the answer. If you don’t have a castle – you should surely visit the Kaliningrad region and think about buying one. The place, a good half of the region, needs to be registered in a list of Unesco World Heritage as the most deserted place in the world. Some of
the German tourists have already weighed the place and came to a conclusion that nothing could be renovated here. The desolated land. Abandoned churches, castles, mansions, villas, villages and communal farms. As well as many deserted airports and launching areas. Greetings, Demyanskoe village, Kaliningrad region.

12 The Final Anchoring

The Final Anchoring

In the town of Porchnikha apart from an abandoned military base there are also some remains of an old boat that was probably tied up in the remote past and there is no chance for it to be
set free anymore. Looking at that feeble, but still living gleam of the past you start unconsciously feeling melancholic about it. That is a thrilling sight for sure.

6 Dnepropetrovsk Funny Sights

Dnepropetrovsk Funny Sights

There are numerous articles all over the Internet about different cities’ sights. But have you seen some articles about funny sights of a city or town? I bet you haven’t. People are being too serious and stuffing texts with info of
dull places apart from all the texts are written so dryly. You won’t see anything of that in this article. So, enjoy the funniest and the most interesting places of Dnepropetrovsk, one of the largest Ukrainian cities.
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68 Ekranoplan


1987 was the year when the first 350 tons ground effect "ship" from the series of Soviet battle missile carriers was produced. It was called Lun after the Russian name for a bird of prey - hen harrier. Another name for this vehicle was Project 903. It carried 6 Moskit cruise missiles (SS-N-22 Sunburn in NATO
classification). Hitting four of them causes inevitable sinking of a vessel of any know type and size. The second Lun-class battle aircraft was supposed to be produced in several years but due to the end of cold war and partial disarmament the project was changed to a rescue aircraft and it was never finished.

9 Airport as an Airplane Sees It; Part Two

Airport as an Airplane Sees It; Part Two

And now it is the time for the second part to come. Today you will learn about what is happening with a plane at the airport, how the
scheduled maintenance is carried out, how all the planes are circumfused with de-icing fluid and also how these birds are seered off.
World's largest sedan from Russia

31 World’s Largest Sedan from Russia

World’s Largest Sedan from Russia

Looks like the world biggest sedan car was build long ago in Soviet Russia. It originated from Russian truck manufacturer and had a 38.8 litres engine (38800 cc). It weights 28 tons and can tow up to 85 tons load. You might ask how much is fuel consumption? We've got the answer, it had probably world worst record
of 0.5 mpg (or 120 litres for 100 km). What else was cool with this car is that it had two steering wheels from each side (don't know why) and there were produced only three of them, and none of them is intact nowadays. Also there is not much photos of it, but still we have a couple.
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22 Crashed camera

Crashed camera

That was the state of a Sony Alpha A200 when the author of these photos got it. It was... Let's say someone trod it down several times. The rear view is the same - broken LCD leaked,
protective plastic cover was missing. It was absolutely clear that there's no way to repair this poor camera. So a curious mind and a screwdriver were set on foot.
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57 Transparent Georgian police

Transparent Georgian police

The pride of the Georgian police is transparent police departments' buildings. Their transparency symbolizes the transparency and honesty of the
police officers' work. There were some rumors that some of these buildings have been rebuilt from former underworld leaders' cottages.

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