August 2014

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  • Amazing Street Art from Poland

    Amazing Street Art from PolandNatalia Rak recently stopped by the city of Bialystok where she worked several days on this new piece ofr the Folk On The Street Festival. The Polish Street Artist painted this stunning piece of a young […] More

  • Fairytales come to life with Russian artist photos

    Margarita Kareva is a Russian based photographer who specializes in fantasy art photography. Her photographs beautifully portray women that have been transformed into fairytale princesses and witches. She adds surreal elements to her shots that make the photographs really stand […] More

  • World War II stuck in Russian trees

    Russia – War is perhaps one of the most shameful things that the human race participates in on a regular basis. These images of WW2 military equipment being swallowed by plants and trees in the Neva Bridgehead (or Nevsky Pyatachok) […] More

  • Polish Artist Covers City Streets in amazing Lace Patterns

    Poland – Just because street art is a relatively modern development doesn’t mean that it should only feature modern artistic styles. NeSpoon, a street artist in Poland, creates beautiful pieces of street art that imitate intricate traditional lacework. Nespoon doesn’t […] More

  • Amber Map of Russia in high detail

    Russia – There was already a wall-sized map of Russia made of gems, and here is something else – Russia made of amber. There is a factory in Kaliningrad – which was a former Nazi Germany Amber factory and later […] More

  • Diving through Ordinskaya Cave in Russia

    Ordinskaya Cave is the longest underwater cave in Russia and the second biggest cave in Eurasia. It is also the largest gypsum cave in the world. Cold, crystal-clear water provides spectacular visibility allowing to admire the beauty of huge cathedral […] More

  • Vladivostok guy pulls 120 tons

    Vladivostok guy pulls 120 tons – A large guy from Vladivostok Russia actually pulls 120 ton (as reported) train with four train cars, huh how hard is that? Before that he already tried to pull a 65 ton Airbus, and […] More

  • Karelian Bathing Festival

    Karelian Bathing Festival – Are you ready to get cooked as in the picture above? No worries we won’t harm you, we just want to show you some pictures from the bathing festival in Karelia which has been held for […] More

  • Kamchatka Land of Fire and Lava

    Kamchatka Land of Fire and Lava –  Going to the mountains is a nice adventure, but going to the mountains that look like you have entered Mordor from Lord of the Rings is even more fun! Here we have an […] More

  • Manneken Pis monuments in Slavic costumes

    Manneken Pis (literally Little Man Pee in Marols, a Dutch dialect spoken in Brussels, also known in French as le Petit Julien), is a famous Brussels landmark. It is a small bronze fountain sculpture depicting a naked little boy urinating […] More

  • Arkaim Ancient settlement in Russia discovered

    Russian archaeologists have unearthed some ancient and virtually unknown settlements, which they believe were built by the original Indo-European race about 4,000 years ago. Ancient Indo-European settlement in Russia was discovered and as such just another proof of ancient linkage […] More