The Chernobyl Exclusion Zone has many interesting objects worth seeing: houses of Pripyat, overgrown remains of Soviet symbolism, industrial radio factory "Jupiter', the fifth unit of the Chernobyl NPP... At the same time, there is
one more important element in the culture of this gloomy place that contributed to the formation of the current post apocalyptic reality. What we mean is the equipment left by people who would never come back.
Equipped with three splendid pools and numerous wonderful trifles - this very expensive yacht belonging to a Russian oligarch, Andrey Melnichenko, is so awesome that Caligula himself would die of envy! Though it is named in a rather modest way, "A". The vehicle that sooner resembles a
submarine than a posh liner cost 300 million dollars! This is how much Melnichenko paid for the sailing paradise, whose handles alone are estimated at 40 000 dollars. This would be enough to study for a couple of years at Harvard with the world's best teachers...
Planes and helicopters of the Russian air forces left the military airfield Knevichi for China yesterday. The crews will participate in the drill of member countries of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization "Peaceful
mission-2014". The drill program will include: 1600 km fly along Chinese territory with refuelling, fire missions, landing operations, aerial reconnaissance. In the end Russian crews will take part in an air parade.