Old Soviet and Ukrainian Trains Exploring. Vintage Trains Inside and Interior Review 2018

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Longest Train in the World

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Steamtrain (s) in the Netherlands and Germany. Spectaculaire smoke and steam chasing.

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Azerbaijan (Beautiful Şəki Bazar-Market) Part 25

Welcome to my travelchannel.On my channel you can find almost 1000 films of more than 70 countries. See the playlist on my youtube channel.Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/user/nurettinodunya/playlists Sheki-Şəki-Azerbaijan: Sheki (Azerbaijani: Şəki; until 1968 Nukha, Azerbaijani: Nuxa; also known as Nucha, Noukha, Shäki, Sheki and Shaki) is Azerbaijan's true travel gem, a small city off on the forested slopes of the Greater Caucasus Mountains. Etymology of the town’s name derived to the ancient times when this region of Azerbaijan was inhabited by tribe named “sakas” 6-7 age BC. Rich in Islamic architecture, Silk Road history, good food, and friendly people, this is travel and leisure in the Caucasus at its finest. Shaki is surrounded by snowy peaks of the Greater Caucasus, which in some places reaches 3000–3600 m. Shaki's climate includes a range of cyclones and anticyclones, air masses and local winds. The average annual temperature in Shaki is 12 °C. In June and August, average temperature varies between 20 and 25 °C. The mountain forests around the area prevent the city from floods and overheating of the area during summer. The main rivers of the city are the Kish and Gurjhana. During the Soviet rule of Azerbaijan, many ascended to Shaki to bathe in its prestigious mineral springs. The number of Shaki population is 174.1 thousand people. Including, the rural population is 105.7 thousand people, while the urban population is 66.9 thousand people. Population density is 72 people per 1 square kilometer. Of the total population, 86.4 thousand or 49.6% of men, 87.7 thousand or 50.4% are women. 38.4 percent of the population lives in the city and 61.6 percent lives in the village. In 2010, Shaki was visited by 15,000 foreign tourists from all around the world. Shaki has one of the greatest density of cultural resources and monuments that include 2700 years of Azerbaijani history. The city boasts a lot of houses with red roofs. In pop culture, probably the most famous feature of Shakinians are their nice sense of humour and comic tales.Shaki's comic tales hero Hacı dayı (Uncle Haji) is the subject of nearly all jokes in the area. Shaki has always played a central role in Azerbaijani art and more generally in the art and architecture of Azerbaijan. Under the name of Nukha, the city is the scene of much of the action in Brecht's play The Caucasian Chalk Circle. Perhaps the best-known aspect of Shaki cooking is its rich sweet dishes. Shaki is traditionally held as the home of special type of baklava, called Shaki Halva. Others include nabat boiled sugar and sweet pesheveng. Shaki also has some famous dishes, including girmabadam, zilviya, piti, a stew created with meat and potatoes and prepared in a terracotta pot. The city is home of annual Mugham Festival and Silk Road International Music Festival. The regional channel Kanal-S, newspapers Shaki and Shakinin Sasi are headquartered in the city.Wikipedia

13 Creepiest Abandonned Soviet Era Places

From CREEPY Train Stations, to some mega monuments; These are 13 Creepiest Abandoned Soviet Era Places ! Subscribe to American Eye http://goo.gl/GBphkv 6. Mongolian Air Base Although it wasn’t official, Mongolia was basically a part of the Soviet union but they didn’t want to seem to seem imperialistic and put the Chinese on alert. With communist countries on both sides, it was heavily influenced by both powerful nations, but acted as a satellite nation to the USSR. In the 1970’s this airbase was added and was seen as a way to protect themselves in case there was any territorial disputes with China and here we see this statue with a fighter jet. These armored aircraft shelters, you see in this photo were made to protect expense aircraft from potential attacks and are designed with reinforced concrete. This random statue which is now close to a grazing pasture for cattle, has an inscription on it that states,”Glory to the Communist Party of Soviet Union. These large buildings housed the officers and their soldiers in this very isolated environment. 5. Abandoned Missile Factory This young Russian girl by the name of Lana Sator, risked getting in huge trouble to take these photos of an abandoned Russian Missile factory near Moscow. Somehow, she claims that she didn’t come across one security guard. The Russians were excellent rocket and missile producers and it’s believed that this factory belonged to liquid fuel rocket manufacturers that constructed liquid fuel rockets for spacecraft. Here we see the complex machinery that was needed to make these things that send people to the final frontier. It’s still unsure whether or not this building is in service or not but the fact that she was able to get in so easily would lead to believe it’s abandoned. Whatever the case, we really hope Lana didn’t go to Russian prison or in a work camp in Siberia. 4. Hungarian Train Station This Iconic Soviet Style locomotive was built in 1941 and saw use during the Soviet Era. The communist red star symbol is proudly displayed in the front of the train. An urban explorer by the name of Rebecca Bathory captured these images while doing some urban exploring in the Hungarian countryside. She claims it was quite a spooky experience coming here to take photos and had never seen such an epic train in all her life. 3. Kharkov Tank Repair Facility Do you need a place scrap up metal to build a tank with for the zombie apocalypse? This might be the place. Located in the Ukraine, this place was full of Soviet built T-80s, T-64s and T-72 tanks. Someone named Pasha broke into the abandoned facility to capture these great photos. Here we got tanks on tanks on tanks! There’s also tank engines, tank parts, wires, treads, and pretty much everything you can imagine that’s tank related is found here. It used to be place where a large amount of mechanics would repair tanks back to their former glory but as far as we can tell, the Ukraine isn’t doing anything with these tanks anymore. 2. Abandoned Places of Abkhazia The territory of Abkhazia, located in the country of Georgia, was one of the most disputed territories in the Soviet Union. They constructed intimidating buildings in order to impose their rule. Here in this photo we see a factory that was left over during the Soviet era, and is left rusting in present times. You can see on the inside it’s still covered in debris and nothing here can be repaired This former government building has been neglected and on the inside you can easily see the staircase and walls littered with dust. The scenery around this train station is quite remarkable but the building itself is in deplorable condition. Old government buildings and other places still have soviet era propaganda located within Chernobyl Exclusion Zone Possible the most well known place on this list, the Chernobyl exclusion zone has been shut off from the public due to radioactive contamination. So extreme tourists normally have to pay a hefty fee to the right people for a quick tour. The most populated city in this zone was the city of Pripyat just two miles for the power plant where the disaster took place. This city housed 50,000 people, including wealthy scientists and the ones who worked at the Chernobyl power plant. The bumper cars here were once a popular attraction for the families of the workers here. Very few dare to actually venture off to the power plant but Pripyat is safe but only for a few hours. Nature has began to thrive and reclaim this land once again. Some graffiti artists managed to break in here and painted this wall with a creepy looking baby. Very few were prepared for something like this and valuables were left behind like we see from this teddy bear with no owner. The hallways of these abandoned apartment buildings seem like the perfect setting for a horror film. This ferris wheel never saw any actual riders and was set to open a week before the meltdown.

Soviet Russian Trains

Kyiv Railway Museum 2018. Exploring old steam trains and locomotives. Exploring trains inside. Soviet and Russian trains inside and interior design.
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