Assorted Russia, Part 67

Assorted Russia, Part 67

You never know what can fall out from the KAMAZ standing over there…

The author of this photograph says he personally took it in 2007. So what is on it?

Assorted Russia, Part 67

It’s just live ammunition for MRL “Hurricane”.  By the way, the coverage area is 426 000 m2.

Assorted Russia, Part 67

It took the utility providers two days to clean this flat out. they were called by the neighbours who felt an unpleasant smell. The door of the flat was locked and they had to break it to get inside. What they saw were piles of garbage everywhere. They were literally touching the ceiling.

Assorted Russia, Part 67

They could not find the owner of the flat who has no family and is 66 years old.

Assorted Russia, Part 67

What could make the man bring all this stuff home?

Assorted Russia, Part 67

Assorted Russia, Part 67

Assorted Russia, Part 67

Assorted Russia, Part 67

Assorted Russia, Part 67

Russian dummies do not look hungry!

Assorted Russia, Part 67

Assorted Russia, Part 67

It’s the area at the movie theater in Balashikha, Moscow region – the place where people have rest…

Assorted Russia, Part 67

Assorted Russia, Part 67

Assorted Russia, Part 67

Assorted Russia, Part 67

Schoolchildren want to have a Christmas tree too…

Assorted Russia, Part 67

Assorted Russia, Part 67

Assorted Russia, Part 67

Stability seems to have come unstuck…

Assorted Russia, Part 67

And here is what we see…

10 thoughts on “Assorted Russia, Part 67”

  1. i can’t find a wikipedia-article about this “hurricane” rocket-system.
    just about http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/9A52-4_Tornado

    can anyone give an explanation

  2. Well, there’s one fitting thing at least – that Soviet flag is in the trash, exactly where it, and the philosophy it represented, belongs.

  3. I believe they’re rockets for the BM-27

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BM-27_Uragan

    “Uragan” is Russian for “hurricane”.

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