Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

Another part of “Only in Russia…”. Santa preparing for the holidays.

Unusual Lada

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

He came to watch the laser show..

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

A strong 1-cowpower engine.

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

Extreme maneuvering on the air-conditioner.

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

Wedding gone wrong..

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

Don’t play with fluffy kittens.

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

We do have bears on the streets of Russia.

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

Everybody likes McDonalds.

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

Monument to Santa.

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

Can’t take my eyes off of you…

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

Nice apartment.

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

Building on a large scale in Moscow – that’s what we call innovation.

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

Pussia – the land of pusses.

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

Hammer and sickle.

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

That’s the way Russian constructors usually lay the bricks.

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

Jack? What is it?

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

Stylish tires.

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

Bathhouse for the homeless.

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

That’s how the posters “WANTED” are made in Russia.

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

Waiting for summer

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

Which of them is the owner of the dog? Your suggestions.

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

One of the common river trips.

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

Weight. A village style.

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

Russian Robocop.

Only In Russia You May See, Part 3

44 thoughts on “Only In Russia You May See, Part 3”

  1. Hey, the rivertrip is in Budapest, Hungary! Fortunately not even neighbourig Russia. So come to Budapest, and try this amphibian bus!

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  2. “Building on a large scale in Moscow – that’s what we call innovation.”
    ..guys, guys, guys.. that building is in Graz, Austria
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kunsthaus_Graz

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  3. The building on #13 is the Kunsthaus in Graz, Austria… Not really in Russia either.
    http://www.museum-joanneum.at/en/kunsthaus/the_building

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  4. That floating bus is not in Russia, the photo was taken in Budapest, Hungary
    (here: http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=hu&geocode=&q=Budapest,+Batthy%C3%A1ny+t%C3%A9r,+Magyarorsz%C3%A1g&aq=1&sll=47.498406,19.040758&sspn=0.520495,1.234589&ie=UTF8&hq=&hnear=Budapest,+Batthy%C3%A1ny+t%C3%A9r,+Magyarorsz%C3%A1g&ll=47.507842,19.04026&spn=0.003258,0.004256&t=h&deg=270&z=18 )

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  5. Well, I have long expected that quite a few Hungarian readers frequent ER – me alongside.
    Nice view of Bem rakpart in winter behind the amphibious bus.

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  6. The picture: http://englishrussia.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/141.jpg is actually not in Russia. This building is located in Austria:

    https://secure.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/wiki/Kunsthaus_Graz

    😉

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  7. Budapest:
    http://englishrussia.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/28.jpeg

    Graz:
    http://englishrussia.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/141.jpg

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  8. the pic “One of the common river trips.” was not taken in Russia, but in Budapest, Hungary, and the pic “Building on a large scale in Moscow – that’s what we call innovation.” was taken in Graz, Austria.

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  9. Hey, why are you lying to us? The “innovative” building is in Graz and not in Moscow:
    http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Kunsthaus_Graz.JPG

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  10. Now that’s an intelligent shot of the “hammer and sickle.”
    Comrade Lenin (Ulyanov) died on this day in 1924. I think his wounds from Kaplan’s assassination attempt helped speed his rapid decline in health. I think his strokes damaged his rationalism and “long view.” Can’t change history: I believe he was more right than wrong. But misjudging Stalin was one big wrong. (And I don’t believe he believed in Father Frost)
    And thanks Arch for agreeing w. me on the neo-Tsarist decadence.

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  11. Maby 100+ more comments about Hungary and river bus? NO??
    Anyway I liked the one with gipnic pigeons with sparrows as bratwa trying to to take the cheeseburger from lohs.

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  12. Ololo, this giant cucumber is also not in Moscow, and, likely, not even in Russia. Cuz we don’t have roofs like those on neighbouring buildings.

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  13. http://englishrussia.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/141.jpg this was taken in Austria and this http://englishrussia.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/71.jpg was taken in Ukraine

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  14. The giant sea cucumber (141.jpg) is not in russia at all, not even in former soviet union. It’s a musem for contemporary art in graz, austria

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  15. Ez jó 😀 Elég sokan olvassuk, úgy látom.
    A vizibusz nekem is kiverte a szemem… Először azt hittem, nekik is van ilyen, de aztán látom, hogy a magyar telefonszám van az oldalán 😀

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