High And Low Volgograd

High And Low Volgograd

Inside of this post you’ll see trams in the subway tunnels, Volgograd roofs and dancing bridges.

High And Low Volgograd

High And Low Volgograd

High And Low Volgograd

High And Low Volgograd

Elite building complex

High And Low Volgograd

“Mayak” restaurant

High And Low Volgograd

Central embankment, all weddings of the city are celebrated here.

High And Low Volgograd

High And Low Volgograd

In May 2010 this bridge was dancing

High And Low Volgograd

Museum-panorama “Stalingrad battle”, the ruined 6 storey building is the Gergart Mill. It’s a live evidence of the destroying Stalingrad battle.

High And Low Volgograd

High And Low Volgograd

Central stadium is abandoned today. One part of the stands was dismantled.

High And Low Volgograd

Industrial zone of Volgograd

High And Low Volgograd

Lenin square

High And Low Volgograd

Colonnade and the famous Pavlov House behind it

High And Low Volgograd

High And Low Volgograd

High And Low Volgograd

High And Low Volgograd

Central railway station

High And Low Volgograd

Fire observation tower

High And Low Volgograd

If it was possible to climb Mother Motherland, someone would do.

High And Low Volgograd

High And Low Volgograd

Let’s proceed the Metrotram (Volgograd express tram system). The system has 22 stations. All on one line 17,3 km long.

High And Low Volgograd

Escalators do not work

High And Low Volgograd

Lenin Square station

High And Low Volgograd

Komsomolskaya station

High And Low Volgograd

Average speed of a tram – 25,3 km/h

High And Low Volgograd

Entrance and a switch tower. After 11 pm the entrance is closed with giant iron gates covered with barbed wire from all sides.

High And Low Volgograd

High And Low Volgograd

High And Low Volgograd

High And Low Volgograd

High And Low Volgograd

Location: Volgograd

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1 thought on “High And Low Volgograd”

  1. I donĀ“t think the central stadium is abandoned because I believe that Rotor still plays their games there (at least against Fajur on 4.9.2011 when I was there).

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