Once I had a chance to visit one of the derelict Stalin-era labor camps.
Different people react in different ways when this city is mentioned. Some people would like to come here and just walk around for a while.
Perhaps in every country there is at least one ghost town. The causes of their occurrence can be very different, from natural and man-made disasters...
The site that is described in this post is not aesthetically pleasing in any way.
Today I present to you a report from sunny Abkhasia. This time it will be from the cozy resort town of Gagra.
This resort and recreation facility, wonderful in every respect, is situated near Moscow and was closed for renovation a few years ago.
Once upon a time I happened to be in Saratov. I only had time to visit one site, but it turned out to be well...
The Babolovsky Park is located behind the Catherine park and the Alexander park in the town of Pushkin.
This ex-Soviet resort survived the collapse of the Soviet Union, survived the economic difficulties of the 1990s and the crises of the 2000s, but could...
The village “Solnechny”(Sunny) was exposed to radioactive contamination as a result of the accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.
The second series of the car GAZ-M-20 (Pobeda – Victory in English). Wikipedia writes that this car was produced from 1948 to 1955. In total,...
A rather well-preserved Young Pioneer camp called “Yunost“ is spread out on the left shore of the Mocha River.
We came to the very small town of Dalniye Zelentsy in order to find and explore the abandoned Murmansk Marine Biology Institute (MMBI) base.
Today, dear readers, I would like to tell you about our trip to an abandoned rural school in the Tula region.
In today’s report you’ll find photographs taken in a derelict library located on the grounds of a former medical institution.
At the entrance to the hospital there is a security desk, but fortunately the guard himself was away at the moment.
Artyom (not his real name), a successful IT pro from Minsk, could afford a vacation in the Philippines or Goa, but instead went to the...
Today’s report is about a very curious and rather creepy-looking abandoned site that I visited this spring: a well-preserved shut down children’s hospital in Moscow.
Typically, when people find themselves in this place, they try their best to get out, but we did the opposite: we put our best effort...
Manor of the princes Shcherbatov. Village Vasilevskoe, Odintsovo district. The castle was built in 1881 by the architect Boytsov.
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