Assorted Russia, Part 23

Assorted Russia, Part 23

Enjoy another collection of funny stories in the next part of Assorted Russia.

Assorted Russia, Part 23

Would you like to visit the exhibition of giant Russian dolls? Compare their size with those people who decided to visit the place.

Assorted Russia, Part 23

Each Russian doll or ‘matryoshka’ in Russian that ranges in height from 19 to 40 feet repeats the shape of  famous small Russian nesting dolls which have become the symbols of Russian culture.

Assorted Russia, Part 23

The dolls represented Russia at the Russian National Exhibition in Paris in 2010. Now the dolls are presented at the Afimall City complex in Moscow.

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Assorted Russia, Part 23

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But Russia remains Russia…

Assorted Russia, Part 23

Assorted Russia, Part 23

Assorted Russia, Part 23

Assorted Russia, Part 23

Nowadays the word ‘anomalous’ can be applied not only to weather phenomenon such as heat, rains and floods but also to products found in your own fridge.

Assorted Russia, Part 23

What is the way an icicle should be formed?

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If you think that icicles can only grow downwards think again…

Assorted Russia, Part 23

Assorted Russia, Part 23

Assorted Russia, Part 23

The first Ukrainian park of modern sculpture and installation (Kiev Fashion Park) was opened in the end of May 2011. The composition in the picture is called Cloth.

Assorted Russia, Part 23

The Rubik’s cube. The main idea of the project is to make Kiev look more attractive, turn it into a comfortable and interesting place for its inhabitants and guests and create new tourists route showing that Kiev is a European capital.

Assorted Russia, Part 23

Watermelon. Works of the best Ukrainian sculptors and unique benches are mounted in parks and squares of Kiev.

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Roof.

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Specs for reading.

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Carpet.

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Feels like home.

Assorted Russia, Part 23

In Russia you may be arrested for your art… This guy has been arrested for the illusion he created

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How do you like the drawing? It’s like real, isn’t it?

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It was enjoyed by everyone except the policemen because…

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the guy drew it on the asphalt surface.

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What do you think has happened here?

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Assorted Russia, Part 23This kitchen in a student’s hostel is so dirty because somebody decided to boil condensed milk. The problem is that this person boiled the milk right in the can.

Assorted Russia, Part 23

Assorted Russia, Part 23

Assorted Russia, Part 23

He should have better poured the milk into a pot.

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Then he wouldn’t have to clean the kitchen the whole week after the can explosion.

via artdel and ibigdan

13 thoughts on “Assorted Russia, Part 23”

  1. A. Bunka here. One post shows piles of trash, no one arrested. This post has an artist drawing on the street, he gets arrested. No justice.

  2. The icicle and the floor look the same! 😀 I’ve had ice do that before, makes it easier to remove from the tray!

    Lots of good photos in this post!

  3. i have had upward icicles form on ice cubes as well. my hypothesis is the freezer fan causes droplets to accumulate and freeze. in effect this is a small frozen wave.

    • I have read that this happens because expanding ice crystals on the sides of container cell can sometimes force water through thin ice on the surface, forming a tube, not unlike a volcano, which eventually freezes, forming this strange icicle.
      Haven’t seen this myself though. Maybe my fridge is too cold for this.

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