If you travel to Moscow then you might look this thing. It’s a separate building that hosts a huge toyish model of Moscow in great detail. Stanislav went there and made some photos.
This is a region of Eastern Europe and its people in a nice set of postcards from over hundred years ago. This first one is labelled “Take a look at her”.
There are only four known BE-6 planes left in the world. One in Kiev, two in Chinese speaking lands and one is here, at the Arctic Kola peninsula. It’s in the worst condition because its placed as a monument. However if they didn’t put it on display it was probably been scraped as it stands here as a monument for fifty years already, since 1968.
“Lesnik” – basically translated as “forest ranger” makes those cute cars since 2005. They have ultra-low pressure tires which can let it go in such places where no other cars can pass thru. Here are some photos.
Some more photos from a photographer visited MAKS-2017 air show took place in Moscow last year.
Some of the photos from long gone days of USSR – it’s Leningrad (now Petersburg) city. Starting with a Sphynx near the Neva river.
Well it did but not with hostile intentions. Since today is a holiday, 100th anniversary of the Red Army, Russian army brought a big deal of tanks, trucks etc to Invangorod… for display for the local people. Ivangorod is located right on the Estonia and European Union border. Here how it looked.
Today is 100 years anniversary of the Read Army, so here is a few archive photos from Soviet news agencies with photos of Russian soldiers. Some are neat. Starting with a horse patrol the board guards in Kazakhstan, 1984.
A new event took place some days ago in Moscow held by people who think that factory painted car is a dull thing.
So this is the era we live in: more and more Police units across Russia are getting equipped with different sort of remotedly controlled drones to spy on the drivers.