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0 A Pet For Russian Pilots

A Pet For Russian Pilots

Russian pilots sheltered an orphan bear cub but now it's already big and strong.
But the men seem careless and keep playing with it as if it was a doggie.
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3 Spring Waltz On Slippery Roads of Vladivostok

Spring Waltz On Slippery Roads of Vladivostok

In many Russian cities snow has already melted but in Vladivostok the situation on the roads just yesterday
looked like this. As we can see it's one and the same place shot in one day. But what was happening citywide?
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1 Spring In Russia: Boy Almost Sank In the Dirt

Spring In Russia: Boy Almost Sank In the Dirt

It seems to be nice when spring finally comes and days become warmer. But in Russia, it is not so simple. Old pipes may burst any day, and they have to deal with crazy floods that destroy roads and form
swamps near dwelling houses. Following the flood like that a boy aged 8 years old almost sank in dirt in Vyborg. He got swamped next to the house and couldn't free himself without help. 
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2 When You Have No Chance To Survive But You Do

When You Have No Chance To Survive But You Do

Yesterday an employee of the mininig and processing plant in Karelia miraculously survived in the accident
where seemingly he didn't have a single chance. His Ford was severely smashed by a huge dump truck. 
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2 Life In a Remote Siberian Village

Life In a Remote Siberian Village

Russian photographer Elena Anosova depicts life in a remote taiga village populated by 100 people who have to overcome 300 km to the nearest city. The isolated village in the Far North of Russia has a tight connection with nature, its
are ancient traditions kept alive till this day, in its unique mythology fictional objects often have more importance than modern reality. This land lives its own life, its past and present are inseparable as one.
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1 Amazing Realistic Toys Portraying Life of Old People In Russia

Amazing Realistic Toys Portraying Life of Old People In Russia

Russian artist Irina Verkhgradskaya from Novosibirsk has been making her own toy world for thirty years. We wanna show you her series devoted to elderly people as they seem to be the most touching and heartful. Yes, life of many old people in Russia looks just like this, the scenes are very
realistic. Watching TV as the main entertainment, counting small benefits, missing their children and old friends, suffering diseases and being very happy even when they have a tiny reason for joy - like a phone call of a grandchild or an opening flower on a windowsill.
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0 Russians Now Make Artificial Hearts For Children

Russians Now Make Artificial Hearts For Children

"Progress" plant in Michurinsk reported it has mastered the production of artificial hearts for children. In fact this artificial organ is a miniature mechanical pump
as complex as a sophisticated clock mechanism. It can replace the non-functioning muscle and support patient's life till he gets a transplant operation.
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5 Russian City On the Polar Circle From the Height

Russian City On the Polar Circle From the Height

Though it is not the biggest city in the region, Salekhard still became an administrative center of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous district of Russia. It is the only city in the world situated on the polar circle. The climate here is really severe, sub-freezing temperatures are kept
until mid of May. The story of Salekhard began as a of a Cossack fortress in 1595. It obtained its current name in 1933. But these are bare facts. We wanna show you cool images of the snowy city from the height. It seems calm and sleepy, simple but wonderful.
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4 Fun On the Road: Unusual Tumbler Car

Fun On the Road: Unusual Tumbler Car

Guys from a Russian city Novokubansk made a very unusual car from
"Niva". Now it resembles a tumbler toy - looks like a lot of fun!
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2 Soulful Illustrations Depicting Life In Russia

Soulful Illustrations Depicting Life In Russia

When Russians are asked what makes them different from people of other nationalities, they often answer "our soul". It's big and deep, and those who leave Russia cannot find it on a foreign land and feel blues about it. This
is probably why Russian literature, music, poems and paintings are so soulful. Like these illustrations of a Moscow artist Vladimir Lyubarov who depicts life of simple people with their happy and sad moments.
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