Places of Power
Cape Lopatka is one of Russia's remotest regions. Cape Lopatka fauna famous for its brown bears and sea otters. On Cape Lopatka there is a lighthouse, a meteorological station, and the remains of an artillery battery of the war period. Cape Lopatka History. Cape Lopatka Flora and Fauna.
Photos and video of dome's directed explosion of the Voronezh Nuclear District Heating Plant in Russia. In 2020-2021 the dismantling of buildings is underway.
Photos of the Voronezh Nuclear District Heating Plant before and after the demolition. In 2020-2021 the dismantling of Voronezh Nuclear District Heating Plant is underway.
Voronezh nuclear district heating plant (Voronezh AST) is a nuclear heating plant consisting of two AST-500 (500MWth) nuclear heating reactors. Abandonments of unfinished Voronezh nuclear district heating plant AST-500 in Russia
The Sound Mirrors, also known as Acoustic Mirrors, Concrete Dishes, or Listening Ears, are large concrete structures designed as an early warning system for Britain to detect enemy aircraft.
The Mir Diamond mine (also called Mirny) is an open-pit diamond mine (now inactive) located in Mirny, Eastern Siberia, Russia. It is the second-largest excavated hole in the world, surpassed only by the Bingham Copper Mine in Utah.
The ball is made of fiberglass cellular structure, mounted from two-layer panels, and is a truncated sphere from the bottom, firmly attached to the ground.
30+ amazing photos of Aniva Rock Lighthouse were made in Sakhalin. The Aniva Rock Lighthouse is destroyed by water and wind. Aniva Lighthouse was established in 1939 on a small rock Sivuchya.
Underwater Museum at Cape Tarkhankut was established on August 25, 1992. Such an unusual idea arose from a submariner from Donetsk, Vladimir Borumensky.
This is an abandoned field for growing salt from brine in Russia. During the Soviet Union, salt was grown for the chemical industry.