Moscow Underground

photos of different underground parts of the Moscow Metro by Russos. He makes official photos for the Moscow Subway System so he often visits different underground places in Moscow that cannot be accessed by a regular person.

Russian Tank After 50 Years Recovered from Lake

Russian Tank After 50 Years Recovered from Lake

14 September 2000, a Komatsu D375A-2 pulled an abandoned tank from its archival tomb under the bottom of a lake near Johvi, Estonia. The Soviet-built T34/76A tank had been resting at the bottom of the lake for 56 years. According to its specifications, it’s a 27-tonne machine with a top speed of 53km/h.

Those are Greek migrants working at the tea plantation, on the east shore of the Black Sea. In that region of Russia there were lots of people from Greece.

100 year old color pictures from Russia

In 1905-1916 Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorsky (1863-1944), an early 20th century Russian photographer and researcher, has created “The Collection of the Splendors of Russia in Natural Colors” – a unique set of color photographs of the Russian Empire on the eve of the October Revolution of 1917.

Ukraine Country Side

These photos are from a village in Ukraine, near Kiev, made by Alexander Mihailenko.They are a little bit over-processed but they still depict the true spirit of the old slavic villages that even now exist in Ukraine.

Driving in Bolivia

Stremnaya Road is nicknamed ‘“The Road of Death”‘ and it’s situated in Bolivia. But if you don’t like driving on a highway, you can choose a secondary road

Of course, if one gets stuck, everybody gets stuck.

Highway to Novosibirsk, Russia

During winter, it’s impossible to work on the roads, because everything is frozen, so everything has to be done in the short summer season.
They even put some signs “Maximum speed 70 km/h because of construction” to make sure no one was speeding.

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