A New Lake in Moscow?

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Yet another flood occurred in the Russian capital near Dmitrovskoe highway. This time the reason was a hole in the effluent disposal line. As a consequence, the roads have turned to the rivers and the big lake have been formed down the street for a while.

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Military Aircraft Show in Monino. Moscow

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On the 11th of August the military aircraft show devoted to the 95th anniversary of the Russian Miltary Air Forces took place at the Monino airport, situated near Moscow. During that performance one could see the legendary Russian aircraft models, on the ground and of course in action, such as SU-27, KA-50 Black Shark and many, many others.

Watch the footage below.

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Soviet Lost

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Many people know the popular series “LOST” from the ABC channel. There is a DHARMA logo that goes through all the film, like on the picture above.

But now Russian bloggers say that the origins of this logo come from the Soviet book. Like on the picture below:

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The Bunker for Stalin

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This underground shelter was created in Moscow in the 30s years of the XX century especially for the former and the most well-known head of the USSR – Joseph Stalin. It was planned to build a huge sports complex with a stadium on the surface, used as masking, but its construction stopped in the 1939 after the bunker had been finished. The bunker is connected with the Kremlin by the tunnel ten miles long. Nevertheless Stalin preferred to work in the Kremlin and used the shelter only once, in December of 1941, during World War 2, deciding, whether Russians should leave Moscow or stay and defend it. Now this place is open for visitors and the interiors look exact like during the Stalin reign.

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