For several months I dreamed about visiting Vorkuta and seeing what it is like to live in the Arctic Circle, where you can’t get by car as there are no roads. And here I am, in the city of my dreams, which lives the same life as it did 50 years ago and is almost dead… Read More
A parallel world full of hallucinations, magic and fairy tales. We found it, just 80 km from Moscow. Good characters always win in fairy tales, and who will win in this history? Read More
I never ever looked to Tula region as on interesting place where I should go. For me Tula was always connected just with pryaniki (Russian gingerbread cookies) or samovar (kettle for tea). This summer my mind changed and I opened out how much interesting and various this region can be.
For me abandoned churches or mosques are always a big surprise. How did it happen that these religious places suddenly became useless to anyone? .. We will search for an answer together! Read More
It is very hard to find in Russia some good abandoned places, that’s why when I saw in one Instagram account abandoned college in a good condition – I immediately turned on the engine of my car and here I am – in front of an ex-branch of RUDN University somewhere in Tula region.
It was lovely end of July when in Russia finally came summer and I decided to explore some small cities nearby Moscow. It was this belltower that I always wanted to visit and so it was decided to make my dreams come true. Read More
This place was built at the beginning of 20-th century to receive high-ranking guests. Today instead there are just two of us here – me and my best friend Natasha. Always ready to explore some beauties hidden between Russian villages.
In Russia it is quite hard to find a good abandoned place. Usually all of them represent a piece of shit in the middle and broken windows. Though this time we were lucky to find a real miracle in the middle of nowhere! Read More