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sovietpostcards · 2 days ago
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Arbatskaya metro station in Moscow (1970s)
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mysharona1987 · 21 hours ago
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Summer Patio by Bureau A4 @bureau_a4: A Sail, Pine Trees and Sea-Salted Boards Under the Moon Read more: Link in bio! Photography: Ilya Ivanov @photoivanov. Summer Patio is situated in “Zapovedniy Bor” village estate in a natural reserve on former hunting grounds, close to Nerskaya river. The village is surrounded by a pine forest with clean air. All of the houses are built of wood, which correlates with lovely ecological environment of the location. Picturesque landscape with tall pines and the client’s lifestyle inspired the idea for Patio’s composition and image: small structures, attached to one another, merge in a whole system with the scenery in a way where nature overrules the site… #russia #moscow #foresthouse #архитектура www.amazingarchitecture.com �� A collection of the best contemporary architecture to inspire you. #design #architecture #amazingarchitecture #architect #arquitectura #luxury #realestate #life #cute #architettura #interiordesign #photooftheday #love #travel #construction #furniture #instagood #fashion #beautiful #archilovers #home #house ‎#amazing #picoftheday #architecturephotography ‎#معماری (at Russia) https://www.instagram.com/p/CjRt30EstWJ/?igshid=NGJjMDIxMWI=
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disease · 8 months ago
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“RUSSIAN SILVER TUMBLER CUPS” MOSCOW | circa 1752/1757
[1] Chased with two rows of heart motifs on snakeskin ground above fluted lower section, gilt interior. [2] Chased with six rows of heart motifs on snakeskin ground, gilt interior tumbler. — 3″ diameter // 5 oz.
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aestum · 6 months ago
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(by Andrew Lakersnoi)
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573p5 · 9 months ago
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Saint Petersburg, Russia - January 2022
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kaalbela · 5 months ago
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People of Moscow Metro by Rita Tipunina
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zegalba · a month ago
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Alexander Vertinsky as “Sad Pierrot” (1918) Photography: A. Gorinstein
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mycolourfullworld · 10 months ago
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Moscow, Russia 🇷🇺
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angelman · 11 months ago
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sovietpostcards · a day ago
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Gorky street [Tverskaya] in Moscow. Photo by Semyon Fridlyand (1950s).
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m-interior-m · a year ago
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r-u-s-s-i-a · 13 days ago
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Girl,don't be friends with a drinker,Moscow (1920s/1930s)
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sidonius5 · 6 months ago
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russianshavefun · 10 months ago
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5 words to help you understand Russian culture - no, not vodka, bear, and balalaika
1. Dusha
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17 million square kilometers, the largest country in the world, is best described by the Russian word prostor. They say that Russian soul (translation Dusha) is exactly that much wide. It can seem cold and inhabited,but in reality there’s much warmth and beauty in it.
2. Panelka
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All over Russia - whether it is Moscow or Vladivastok you can find panelka - typical building made of reinforced concrete slabs and characterized by modest size, low ceilings, monotony and very poor soundproofing: the most ascetic, simple, and most importantly, cheap housing allowed millions of people to get a roof over their heads in one fell swoop.
Most of Russians still live in panelka.
3. Tosca
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A special kind of melancholy, or "Russian sadness," but neither of these captures the essence. Vladimir Nabokov once wrote of longing: "No English noun captures all the shades of the word. At its deepest and most distressing level, it is a feeling of the greatest mental suffering, often for no explainable reason. <...>
In specific cases it means longing for someone or something, nostalgia, love, suffering. All at the same time. At a lower level - dejection, boredom. It is especially noticeable in November and March, when it is gray all around.
4. Babushka
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In Russia, Babushka is not only Babushka – it’s a kind of superhero, sometimes playing on the bad side.
Russian grandmothers have long been a meme and have gained international fame. For example, they are not the charming, sweet old women that one conjures up at the mention of this word.
In Russia, Babushka (if it’s a random babushka, not your own) is more of an unpredictable storm in a skirt, which is better not to anger, otherwise she will destroy your world – just by saying all the neighbors with whom she saw you last night. She knows everything about everyone. And she can also destroy the whole bank system - by pushing all the buttons on the automat desk - but this is another story. How they do it, no one knows, but in Russia grandmothers are respected, loved and admired, including for that.
5. Blin
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Russian pancakes were a ritual food, but became so popular that people liked to eat them on other days of the year as well.
Also the most popular Russian euphemism for swear words. If you hear someone exclaim "Blin!" irritated or annoyed, it has nothing to do with food.
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573p5 · 7 months ago
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milkmatilda · 9 months ago
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