The secret Nazi base in the Arctic

The secret Nazi base in the Arctic

Remember, we talked about one of the most mysterious companies of Nazi Germany, and most recently the whole world was thundered with sensation: Russian Arctic researchers found a secret Nazi base, abandoned by them during the Second World War.

On the Earth of Alexandra Island of Franz Josef Land archipelago, preserved ruins of bunkers, documents, and other artifacts.

 

During the research of this godforsaken island, which is within the territorial borders of Russia, scientists have found more than 500 items, including bunker ruins, items of personal use, thrown out gasoline cans and even paper documents that were surprisingly well preserved in cold climates.

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Chukotka, the remains of the former greatness

Chukotka, the remains of the former greatness

During our July trip to Chukotka, we visited a very interesting object, reminiscent about the past greatness of the country, which was called USSR. These are remains of the “Yukon” station, one of 46 tropospheric stations of the “North” tropospheric radio relay link. The line had a length of 13,200 kilometers, and provided connection between distant regions of the country.

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8 Frightening Facts about the Nuclear Arsenal of Russia (9 photos)

8 Frightening Facts about the Nuclear Arsenal of Russia (9 photos)

Albert Einstein once said: “I do not know what weapons will be carried out in the World War III, but in the fourth would be used rocks!”. And looking at the current situation in the world, you begin to believe in it more and more. Here are some facts about the country’s nuclear arsenal, which prove that a nuclear war of mankind is not exactly necessary.

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Disappearing city in Georgia Which Has a Creepy Network of Old Cable Cars

Disappearing city in Georgia Which Has a Creepy Network of Old Cable Cars

The small town, modestly lost in the mountain vastness of Georgia, impressed the imagination of the traveler, photographer and founder of TEG Bureau – Pavel Makarov, that he spent a few days there, riding on the city’s main attractions – the cableway. Chiatura – town of miners, located on two sides of the canyon, which contains dozens of active and broken funiculars, built in the 1950s

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Autumn colors of Yakut taiga from a helicopter

Autumn colors of Yakut taiga from a helicopter

In late September it was necessary to fly from Anadyr to Mirny. The fastest way is via Moscow. I flew 9:00 to Moscow. There I had 6 hours to get from Vnukovo to Domodedovo and then 5 hours back. There is no other way. It is possible to go through Yakutsk and Khabarovsk, but the flights are not every day, and the aircrafts are smaller and more dependent on the weather, so it is faster and more reliable – through  Moscow.

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WINTER SURFING IN RUSSIA – REALITY!

WINTER SURFING IN RUSSIA - REALITY!

Surf Siberia – a project about the people in the vast expanses of our country, the project is about surfing in Russia, that the opportunity exists everywhere and in everything, you must only have a will and a belief in light endeavors. Founders of the project open new places that nobody knows and want to show everyone that we also have waves – and to let them taste the life of a surfer, there is no need to go to the warmer climes.

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