Assorted Russia, Part 40

Assorted Russia, Part 40

Enjoy some pictures of this beautiful toy city of Vladivostok.

Assorted Russia, Part 40

Assorted Russia, Part 40

Assorted Russia, Part 40

Assorted Russia, Part 40

Assorted Russia, Part 40

How many people do you think there are inside this square?

Assorted Russia, Part 40

Were you right?

Assorted Russia, Part 40

And these are photos posted by a computer doctor. A child was eating Actimel and accidentally spilt it over the laptop.

Assorted Russia, Part 40

As a result, hungry bifidus bacteria gorged half of its joints!

Assorted Russia, Part 40

This is Kiev. The city of shocking contrasts.

Assorted Russia, Part 40

This staircase connects ‘the hole’, as citizens call this place, with the civilized part of the city.

The family living here says that it will never exchage their ‘hole’ for an apartment.

Assorted Russia, Part 40

Someone tried to set this house on fire but failed.

Assorted Russia, Part 40

Other people, however, take advantage of the fact that a real ‘farm’ is located so close to them and buy organic meat, eggs and milk.

Assorted Russia, Part 40

This is construction material the family is going to use for their future sheds.

Assorted Russia, Part 40

One of the residents of the house.

Assorted Russia, Part 40

This family doesn’t scruple to drink rain water.

Assorted Russia, Part 40

Getting a tan.

Assorted Russia, Part 40

Let’s see the Moscow Region, and how they solemnly cut the main Christmas tree of the country to install it on Red Square.

Assorted Russia, Part 40

The fir tree is over 300 years old and is 30 m high!

Assorted Russia, Part 40

Assorted Russia, Part 40

Assorted Russia, Part 40

Assorted Russia, Part 40

Signing the prominent stump.

Assorted Russia, Part 40

Assorted Russia, Part 40

Assorted Russia, Part 40

Assorted Russia, Part 40

Assorted Russia, Part 40

This ax is a symbol Christmas tree cutting ceremony.

Assorted Russia, Part 40

However not everyone in Russia is happy to see a beautiful Xmas tree…

Assorted Russia, Part 40

via wotanson, interesniy.kiev.ua, alexhitrov

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