33 Awesome Production of SU-30

Awesome Production of SU-30

One of the forests in the Moscow region and abandoned
equipment again. Put on the rubber boots and come go with us!
5 Post Apocalyptic Chicken in Ukraine

Post Apocalyptic Chicken in Ukraine

If you wondered how the post apocalyptic world might look like seconds after a disaster this might be a real life, not movie taken, scene. Thousands of suddenly freed chicken leave the farm, trying to eat something, trying to each other, going to other
sides. Please note an alarm sound on the background adding to the atmosphere and people looking pretty shocked seeing all this. Video of this incident is inside and besides we have one more story of chicken in Ukraine inside too:
4 Soviet Dancing Youth in 1989

Soviet Dancing Youth in 1989

  If you have ever wondered how a late Soviet dance event might looked like then this is how. A short video but almost guaranteed to make you smile at least.
Well, I don't think its too much different from other countries but still it's different, so I suppose you gotta see this! Watch it here:  

4 Beauty and Volcanoes of Kamchatka

Beauty and Volcanoes of Kamchatka

  Here are some photos of the Kamchatka region - the one with volcanoes and bears, as seen by a tourist. Denis travelled there and took these nice photos. He says that nature there is a lot like the regular
Siberian nature, however there are active volcanoes which add to the view and because this place is on the coast it's more damp there so fogs are daily things. Let's see what else he found there:

5 Washing Lettuce and Cutting Salads

Washing Lettuce and Cutting Salads

From time to time we get our hands on pre-made, pre-chopped salads in fast food chains, or sometimes pre-washed salad ingredients in the stores. I was thinking the salads were chopped on site in the local fast food place, and wasn't even suspecting that pre-washed chopped greens are using such a
complex conveyor system to get into those plastic bags. But Aslan, the blogger, has visited a place near Moscow where a lot of Moscow fast food salads are being made and now we can see how this is being done in reality. If you are still curious - there is a story inside.

3 Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Tundra is the name of the forests that can't become full-scale forests because of lack of sun light. They are normal in the Northern-most parts of countries of the Northern hemisphere. Russia and Canada are probably the countries with the most tundra forest, and when the autumn comes to those places (it comes there early,
in August) they prepare to shed their small and not very abundant leaves and at this moment it turns into a colorful sight which can best be appreciated from above. So Vladimir, the photographer, has taken a helicopter trip over the Russian tundra and taken these photos that we have here today.
26 Kharkiv: Lenin Down

Kharkiv: Lenin Down

About an hour ago a Lenin's monument was downed in Kharkiv city, Ukraine. Kharkiv is pretty large city - metropolitan population of around
1,700,000 people and they say this Lenin's monument was the largest in Europe. Not any more. Forty seconds of video how it went is inside.

1 A Gameday in Moscow

A Gameday in Moscow

A few photos in color and B/W from sporting events of old Moscow. Soccer, tennis, water polo - these sorts of games have attracted
thousands of people to "Luzhniki" - the main sports arena in Moscow. You can see here how it looked back in the 1950s.
4 If It Fits it Sits

If It Fits it Sits

    "If it fits it sits" - humorously say about the cats that tend to squeeze themselves into different sized boxes and other stuff. This Niva car ain't a cat, but it looks like this hole in the road was a perfect fit to it, so it couldn't resist. Or perhaps it
was at night and the driver simply didn't notice the hole. Whichever is simpler should be correct. It's from Ukraine by the way, but not where they shoot and fight, from some other "peaceful" region. There is one more photo of this accident inside.
23 Trip to Solovetsky Islands

Trip to Solovetsky Islands

  Jose has travelled to the Solovetsky Islands, the place where the big stronghold was founded as long ago as the rule of Ivan the Terrible, and which later served for centuries as a monastery. Currently there is still a large monastery and only around eight hundred people living there. The island is in the middle of the White Sea and can be reached by a plane or a ship and is a place of constant pilgrimage for Russian Orthodox believers, so the route is
busy all the year round. Here are the photos of a guy who took his turn in visiting the island. I really think you should browse the pages of this post through to the end as there are tons of cool photos of the fortress and even the ancient pre-Christian labyrinth made of stone closer to the end of the post. There are also lots of shots of the beautiful Northern Russian nature and things you can only see there.  

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