Assorted Russia, Part 34

Assorted Russia, Part 34

A girl who came back from the beach with her friends decided to take a foam bath and relax.

She opened a water tap in the bathroom and went away for a while.

Assorted Russia, Part 34

Look what she saw after she came back. She claims nobody touched anything, how can it be?

Assorted Russia, Part 34

Does it remind you of anything?

Assorted Russia, Part 34

An old lady from Petrozavodsk city reported that she had been keeping a frozen alien body in a fridge for a couple of years. The alien was found two years ago next to the woman’s summer house. The body was very hot and metal fragments were lying beside it. Before finding the discovery the lady heard a terrible noise. The creature was 40-50 cm long, had a big head, mouth and orbits. It was also wearing a one-piece garment. Two days ago the lady was visited by some people who confiscated the body for the purpose of its investigation and, according to their words, took it to the Karelian Research Center of the Russian Academy of Sciences. However, employees of the Research Center who were interviewed later said that they had never heard of the discovery. Where was the body taken?

Assorted Russia, Part 34

Many regular entrances to apartments look like that.

Assorted Russia, Part 34

They are shabby and produce an impression which is far from being pleasant.

Assorted Russia, Part 34

However, the situation can be changed. If there is a wish, there is a way.

Assorted Russia, Part 34

What do you think of the new design?

Assorted Russia, Part 34

Assorted Russia, Part 34

Assorted Russia, Part 34

Assorted Russia, Part 34

Assorted Russia, Part 34

Assorted Russia, Part 34

Assorted Russia, Part 34

A famous Russian painter Vladislav Koval draw a 250-rubles bank note.

Assorted Russia, Part 34

He did that following the request of the Bank of Russia.The bank note may be issued soon.

Assorted Russia, Part 34

Many people would like to have a drawing teacher like him.

Assorted Russia, Part 34

Assorted Russia, Part 34

Assorted Russia, Part 34

The new monument to the soldier of the Motherland was established in Moscow…. However, does it look a bit weird?

Assorted Russia, Part 34

Assorted Russia, Part 34

Let’s look through the plates: conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina, 1998-2000 conflict in Kosovo, Yugoslavia; 1988-1992 interethnic conflicts on the territory of the former USSR; 1994-1996 – armed conflict in Chechnya.

Assorted Russia, Part 34

Assorted Russia, Part 34

The composition in made in bronze. The money were donated by an Afghanistan war veteran.

Assorted Russia, Part 34

The majority of people don’t like the monument saying that it is too surrealistic. And what is your idea of it?

via petrozavodsk, ljfan, and dervishv

7 thoughts on “Assorted Russia, Part 34”

  1. Wow, the paintings on the corridor walls look amazing! If it was like that everywhere, I think overall happiness of citizens would significantly increase.

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  2. I think the sculpture should have looked a bit more like he was wearing the type of gear that would have been worn in Afghanistan at the time here he looks like he could be a tired farmer and he needs some shoes as well.

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  3. The statue and the lettering on the plaques look like they were done by an amateur. The rifle looks like it’s melting, and the statue is exaggerated, but that doesn’t make it surreal. Even if the sculptor was trying to make it surreal, it’s still amateur work and looks awful. Did they look at the work before it was cast in bronze? Are they blind? They couldn’t get one good artist? Not one? Or at least made a mold of someone – even a mannequin – so at least the basic human form wouldn’t look deformed? Also, they could’ve at least polished the bronze instead of painting it. Who covers up bronze? What a waste and what a disgrace to the war-dead.

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