Assorted Russia, Part 14

Assorted Russia, Part 14

What does snow do to Russian monuments? Why chicken get buried alive? What is Lenin’s eye made of? Find out all the answers after the jump.

The snow made this monument try a Ku Klux Klan hat.

Assorted Russia, Part 14

Assorted Russia, Part 14

Assorted Russia, Part 14

“Krasnodar magazine” decided that no one is able to found “Chacago magazine” in the Interenet and compare these two editions.

Assorted Russia, Part 14

A small Russian village had a large monument to Lenin, but without eyes. A kind man decided to change such a disgrace – he draw an eye on a bedsheet and hung on the monument. Now Lenin can see.

Assorted Russia, Part 14

Assorted Russia, Part 14

One day a poultry farm had to stop working as there was no feeder for the chicken to eat. Have a look what was decided to do with the birds.

Assorted Russia, Part 14

They were packed alive into black packets and then buried in a nearby forest.

Assorted Russia, Part 14

Assorted Russia, Part 14

Assorted Russia, Part 14

This billboard was created by a company which produces shaving items.

Assorted Russia, Part 14

They decided to show a man what is he going to look like unshaved installing an enormous beard on the billboard.

Assorted Russia, Part 14

Assorted Russia, Part 14

Assorted Russia, Part 14

Assorted Russia, Part 14

Assorted Russia, Part 14

“You can be here”

Assorted Russia, Part 14

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