July 2014

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  • Real Russian Fairytale from Perm

    Perm, Russia – Winter days are over, and the remaining snow is already turning grey and melting, we won’t see real winter beauty in the nearest time. So at the beginning of spring we decided to show you some cold […] More

  • The stunning Altai mountains

    Altai, Russia – Photos taken on the way from the valley of seven lakes – wonderful sunset of Altai, Belukha mountain, and a water surface that almost turned into a mirror. Peace and serenity! The Altai Mountains (Altay Mountains) are […] More

  • Stone Mushroom fields of Altai Russia

    Akkurum, Russia –  is a mountain area in Altai, Russia, it has interesting stone formations that resemble mushrooms according to their shape. They are usually called “kurums” and consist of rock debris. Created by the wind on the slopes and […] More

  • Special Combat Operation West 2013

    Photos of an amphibious landing as part of the joint Russian-Belorussian training exercise “West-2013″. The troopers took the battle up against armed opposition groups who were finally completely defeated. A joint military exercise, involving Russian and Belarusian armed forces, is taking […] More

  • Two new mysterious giant holes found in Siberia

    Russia – Scientists have found two new mysterious giant holes in Siberia, like the one that appeared in Siberia two weeks ago. The new craters are smaller than the first but they share a similar structure. Scientists are still puzzled […] More

  • Tunnel of Love is a beautiful spot in Ukraine

    Ukraine – Tunnel of Love is a beautiful spot in Klevan, Ukraine. A three kilometer railway section leads to the fibreboard factory. The train goes three times a day and delivers wood to the factory. However, the trees make a […] More

  • Chervonograd castle in Ukraine

    Chervonograd, Ukraine – The most beautiful castles of Ukraine are probably located in the west of the country. There are many of them: medieval structures and wonderful ruins surrounded by legends and fairytales.But which of them is the best? Some would […] More

  • Burning Sea and Metal Days festivals

    Burning Sea – Croatia. If you’ll be somewhere in Croatia this summer why not visit one interesting event and festival called Burning Sea! Check out some of the metal filled photos from the last year! Beautiful landscape, warm burning sea with […] More

  • Bosnian Traditional Folklore Clothing

    Bosnian Traditional Folklore Clothing  – The majority of the traditional and folklore costumes of the rural population of Bosna and Herzegovina was handmade until the end of the 19th century. Women in the villages of Bosnia and Herzegovina used to […] More

  • Biskupin – Iron age Slavic settlement and it’s hidden treasures

    Biskupin, Poland – The archaeological open air museum Biskupin is an archaeological site and a life-size model of an Iron Age fortified settlement in north-central (Wielkopolska) Poland (Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship). When first discovered it was thought to be early evidence of Slavic […] More

  • Altai, Center of nomad culture in Russia

    Altai rises gradually from north to south – plowed from the steppes near Barnaul and Byisk to Beluga whales at the Mongolian border. This is the second highest mountain in the territory of Russia. The beauty of the local nature defies […] More

  • Folk restaurants in Slavic countries

    Restaurant “Kolyba-museum”  village Dilove near Uzhhorod. The restaurant is known for a large collection of antique items of Hutsuls.  Map in case someone wants to visit the restaurant. Most items are recognisable needing no description. And dish  – soup of […] More

  • Large Zayatsky island and the church of St. Andrew

    The Church of St. Andrew. Midges. The challenge is now on the Big Island Zayatsky wooden church in honor of St.. Andrew was erected during the second stint on the Solovetsky Islands, Peter I in 1702, but recent studies show […] More

  • Nature of Crimea

    The Crimean peninsula, is located in the south of Ukraine and has an area of ​​only 26 thousand square kilometers, at the same time is truly a natural treasure. It’s hard to name a place that could compare with it […] More

  • Folk Culture Destinations Terchová, Slovakia

    Terchová is a small town with a big role in Slovak folk culture. Found in northern Slovakia a few kilometres east of the city of Žilina, this was the birthplace of the national hero Juraj Jánošík, an early 18th-century Robin […] More

  • Eruption of Tolbachik volcano

    Tolbachik is a volcanic complex on the Kamchatka Peninsula in the far east of Russia. It consists of two volcanoes, Plosky (flat) Tolbachik (3,085 m) and Ostry (sharp) Tolbachik (3,682 m), which as the names suggest are respectively a flat-topped […] More

  • Cold white Vladivostok

    Cold white Vladivostok – It may seem that winter is not the best time to observe and photograph Russian cities from the height. But these images prove otherwise. Cold white Vladivostok is maybe even more beautiful than summer green one.We […] More

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