A nice collection of late 19th century photos of the Russian Empire. It looks like a totally different world from how modern Russia looks now. At that time, Russia included such places as Helsinki and the whole of Finland, Warsaw and Poland. Much more area than now. Each picture has a caption but the captions are in French – though you can easily understand what they mean – like this on top says “Le Palais De Lamiraute” which translates into “Palace of Admiralty”. Enjoy the view!
These SU-30SMs are still pretty new in the air force so they all numbered and this one is number 38 out of I think 50 in total in the army. Just enjoy nice pics of the bird by Antonio who took them this summer at the MAKS-2015 air show.
A blogger, Sergey A., is living in Crimea. He went to the “Elite” resorts of his motherland to see how good they are. What he then posted says “Ashamed. Elite henhouses of Crimea”. So these are those houses he is ashamed of – the first line to the Black Sea, the most expensive land and the mini hotels and apartments there.
The Russian Solovki Islands are home to the Solovki monastery. It is located in the middle of the White Sea – deep in the Russian North. Since the days there now are the shortest days of the year, it is possible to take photos only for a couple of hours, so the photographer – Petr – was very worried he would not have enough time to take his photos in the two days he planned to stay there. No worries – photos went very nicely and here they are, thanks to Petr we can enjoy the Northern beauty of this place.
Imagine a whole model city made of china – porcelain. Fences, houses, people, pets, etc, etc. This is what they have done here, it’s all made of traditional Russian porcelain, over a a few hundred pieces all made from china and hand painted, making a huge city on display now in one of Kolomna’s museums. Vittasim went there and took these cool photos.
The awesome Russian photographer, Jeka Vasch, has visited an awesome place. It’s an abandoned Soviet shelter for submarines. What makes it even cooler – this place is covered in ice now. A huge underground bay for submarines that can easily host two submarines at once is now covered with a thick layer of transparent ice. Just take a look, it looks amazing.
When you don’t have a Hummer but really want it you can build it from a legendary Soviet truck GAZ-66, as it was proven by this man in Russia. He took apart an old GAZ-66 then put it all together and it became a.. Humvee! Let’s see this miraculous transformation.
When we hear “monster truck” we usually imagine a normal sized truck on a set of oversized wheels. This time Belarus auto enthusiasts took the monster truck meaning to a really “monster” level. Their creation has six pairs of wheels that can rotate practically in any direction and thanks to this it can climb any trench and other obstacles. Let’s see how it looks.