Foreign students share their experience of living in Moscow dorms. It is not the best experience as very often there is minimal comfort and huge hygienic problems. Students share their beds with bedbugs and cockroaches plus there are frequent problems with leaky ceilings. Of course, these accommodations are not the first choice of students, but because of a very expensive rent in Moscow, they don’t really have a choice.
This was filmed in Moscow yesterday.
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This is Tyomka Pirniazov, a Russian guy who loves climbing on skyscrapers. This time, he climbed on the very top (on the star) of a 176-meter skyscraper in Moscow. Doing it without any safety equipment is pure craziness.
This accident happened in Moscow, the driver of a Nissan GТ-R wanted to do some racing. The result of his race you’ll see after the jump. He was lucky enough that his car was solid enough, otherwise he’d be lying in pieces.
Especially watch the video, that’s when the accident occurs, the pictures are showing the consequences.
The capital of Russia is chocking in intense smog. It was caused by wildfires uncommon for Moscow region, as this summer is too hot. Carbon monoxide and toxic levels 6 times exceed the maximum allowed numbers. All these substances have invaded the city air making Russians wear masks and limit their outside walks.
This is how Moscow looks from a bird’s eye view. The capital of Russia seems to be overcrowded. There are too many buildings and cars here. But I would still like to fly over this city one day.
An unusual flash mob was held in Moscow, Russia. It was called The Meat Holiday and was devoted to zombies. Boys and girls dressed up like characters from horror movies and video games were giving the chills to random passengers. See what it was like after the jump.
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Moscow train called “Aquarelle” transports works of art from the famous Russian museum once a year in the Moscow subway.
The museum staff selected the paintings from its world famous collection. Their 35 high-quality reproductions will be placed inside the ‘art gallery train’ and the passengers will be able to see the famous paintings of the great Russian, Italian, German and British masters.
This is the third exhibition held in the "Aquarelle" train.
I think the idea is very good and it seems that Muscovites appreciate it a lot.