Retinskoye is a rural inhabited locality in Murmansk Oblast, Russia. Retinskoye ghost-town located beyond the Arctic Circle at a height of 1 meter (3 ft 3 in) above sea level. As of the 2010 Census, Retinskoye had no recorded population. People left Retinskoye 15 years ago. Previously, it was a fishing village and until the collapse of the USSR, the government of the Murmansk region had plans for that village: to build several 5-floor apartments.
The collapse of the USSR led to the fact that Retinskoye became a ghost-town. The place where the remains of Soviet cars were preserved is, apparently, an old repair hangar. Apparently, restoring these cars was already unprofitable and they were simply left. Only 3 abandoned cars have been preserved there – Moskvtich and Zaporozhets. Most likely, there were more of them before. The view from the former streets of the village is amazing. There is a large tanker “Kola”.