As a rule, capital cities are protected by the latest developments of the defense industry, and Moscow is no exception.
For those rare travellers who get to Shumshu Island this tank was a must-see.
There is a small shack on the coast of Gabriel bay. It is windy, rainy and nasty outside, but inside the cosy shack there is...
Today’s post is about a rather curious and fascinating location. This is a huge academic building with dozens of labs, testing benches, departments, workshops and...
You know, for some people, Abkhazia is a resort country that has nothing to do with military and secret developments, but not for me.
A partially abandoned air facility. Quite a few protected hangars and taxiway strips.
You can look at it from the outside in this post. Let’s climb inside this ship/plane.
Anadyr-1 is located closest to the ideological enemy The United States of America.
This Chi-Ha tank of the 11th tank regiment of the Japanese army was destroyed by the Russian troopers on the Shumshu island on August 18th,...
12 underground floors built in case of a nuclear war… The 15V52U Integrated Command Center.
For the readers’ information: the site described in the article was abandoned by the military a few years ago.
One of the most exceptional and secret sites in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone is the object named Chernobyl-2.
The usual abandoned military unit. Even, as it turned out later, not completely abandoned, but unused as intended 🙂
Last fall we visited a half-abandoned, or, rather, currently inactive shelter located under a manufacturing facility.
Today in my report I would like to tell you about one very unusual and colorful place that we managed to visit with friends last...
Once again we are in the Moscow region, and once again in the woods.
This post is about a decommissioned warship named “Druzhny”. Its fate is sad and its future is uncertain. Having been left to corrode in the...
One dark autumn night, when I was enjoying a cup of coffee and looking through some photos, my friend Dima messaged me saying that he...
I first felt intrigued by this place when I was digging through maps on Wikimapia in another search for an airdrome and I saw an...
Lun, the first in the family of military missile-carrying ekranoplans weighing 400 metric tons, was put into service in 1987.
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