Ancient fortresses around Kiev
We invite you to tour surrounding Kyiv fortresses – once a large and mighty cities, each of which is canonized in the history of Russia. Vyshgorod, Belogorodka (Belgorod) and cornflowers…

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Underworld. People who live underground
In twentieth century 90 years, the media leaked an interesting information about unusual findings, which found the sinker tunnel under the Tatar Strait in the middle of the century. In…

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Barbarians: ancient samarians dismantle the mounds to decorate the house

Iconic stone buildings transported by Trucks, thus destroying the ancient Slavic churches preserved in the territory of the Samara region. Architectural monuments of more than 5 thousand years, and each one can tell a lot about the history and rituals of their ancestors.

“Take a ton”

Samara writer, Slavist and ethnographer Yevgeny Bazhanov few years on documentaries about Rosso-Aryan constructions. Civilization our ancestors had thousands of years ago, the rock paintings and stone temples miraculously survived in our days, says the ethnographer. He accompanies us to place it in the vicinity of the village of Chapaevo in the Krasnoyarsk region. Continue reading

Underworld. People who live underground

In twentieth century 90 years, the media leaked an interesting information about unusual findings, which found the sinker tunnel under the Tatar Strait in the middle of the century.

In 1950, the USSR Council of Ministers adopted a secret resolution on the construction of the railway that would connect the Sakhalin island with the mainland. Geologists have discovered a Strait strange emptiness, in the light of this information, and was selected for the laying of the future tunnel . Voids the builders turned to the tunnel . which was supposed to run the future railway. During the construction works have repeatedly found an unusual old mechanisms, as well as the remains of creatures of unknown origin. But in order to avoid unnecessary issues and leakage of information, representatives of special services of the USSR quickly took out these findings. Continue reading

The Cathedral Of Christ The Savior

The idea for the construction of a Grand temple, dedicated to the victory of the Russian people in the Patriotic war of 1812, was born back in those days, when the last French soldiers left Russia. But only five years later, on 12 October 1817, on the Sparrow hills, the solemn laying of the Cathedral of Christ the Savior. According to the author of the first temple, the architect A. L. Vitberg, a Church situated on the highest point of Moscow had to be visible from any point of the city.

The project of the temple of Christ the Savior foresaw the construction on Sparrow hills the monumental ensemble designed in a strict, somewhat heavy forms of Empire. The ensemble, besides the Church, consisted of a giant colonnade, slopes to the Moscow river, stone embankment. Continue reading