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3 Wooden Airports of Russia That Still Work

Wooden Airports of Russia That Still Work

Air communication of Russia does not limit to the modern air gates of Moscow and Saint Petersburg. It's also dozens of tiny airports in remote towns. Those airports are still accomodated
by small wooden buildings, and they have no terminals in the usual sense, no passenger flow. They serve to the needs of small aircrafts, many of them are closing but some still operate.
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1 Winter Trip to Pripyat, Chernobyl [15 photos]

Winter Trip to Pripyat, Chernobyl [15 photos]

Winter photos from the Pripyat not so often can be seen. Here is photos Stas and Vika made on their trip to "Zone". There are less of the green leaves
and you can see more detail as the leaves don't block the view. More details of the ghost city - time has stopped here in the eighties.
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2 11 Facts About Living During -50 C in a City of Yakutsk

11 Facts About Living During -50 C in a City of Yakutsk

Russian blogger went to city where temperature is low. It is around -50 C and there are 300,000
people living there in the cold. He has told about his feelings and impressions of the place.
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1 Stone Mushrooms of Altai [25 photos]

Stone Mushrooms of Altai [25 photos]

Russian blogger Alexei traveled to the Altai mountains also saw those "stone mushrooms" - those are one of the largest
arrays of such structures in the world. And to reach them you have to walk off the beaten paths and roads.
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2 Grand Canyon? No! Charyn Canyon in Kazakstan [30 photos]

Grand Canyon? No! Charyn Canyon in Kazakstan [30 photos]

Yes this place in Kazakstan is looking very similar to American Grand Canyon. They
even call it "Kazakstan Grand Canyon" and here are some photos from this place.
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1 Berezniki – a City That Stands on the Edge of the Abyss

Berezniki – a City That Stands on the Edge of the Abyss

Berezniki town is known across the Russia (and even abroad) for the constant happening sinkholes in the town. However not
everyone knows on how big scale this is happening and how it looks like, here we are going to explore this topic in detail:
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2 Travel Blog of Holland Man to Winter Leningrad in Year 1969

Travel Blog of Holland Man to Winter Leningrad in Year 1969

A trip that a man from Holland made to Leningrad in the winter of 1969. Interestingly enough, besides the usual photographs
he also shares his feelings and comments about the things he saw. Sort of a real travel blog from back in 1969.
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7 Pilot Lived Five Days in a Wrecked Helicopter in the Mountains

Pilot Lived Five Days in a Wrecked Helicopter in the Mountains

  Today a pilot was rescued from mountains in Yakutia, Russia. He had to spend five days in a wrecked helicopter waiting until the
weather became better. Right after he crashed he sent an SOS signal but the rescue teams couldn't reach him because of bad visibility.
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4 Cardboard Mexican Fans Spends Time at World Cup Russia [photos]

Cardboard Mexican Fans Spends Time at World Cup Russia [photos]

Mexican fans squad is hitting Moscow with a cardboard figure of their friend. They take it to the matches, bars, and wherever they go. They
say the cardboard friend is having much better times there than their real friend who stayed in Mexico. Why did he stay there?
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9 Most Beautiful Subway Stations of St.Petersburg [11 photos]

Most Beautiful Subway Stations of St.Petersburg [11 photos]

St.Petersburg metro is a second in size subway in Russia. Some of its stations are really worth of paying
attention from esthetical and cultural point of view. Here are the ten probably most beautiful ones.
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