Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Graffiti in Russia

Actually I haven’t seen much graffiti in Russia, far less in the Ukraine and none in Moldovia. But I’ll show you the hidden treasures from Arkhangelsk.

Near the little church, where wedding pictures are shot

On the kai of the beach front

At the stairs to the beach

Related links for this travel:

From Church to Swimming Hall and back again

Odessa's Opera

Travel and Toilets

Red Square (Красная Площадь)

Cafe Pushkin and Coffee Mania

The Monastery of Sergiev Posad

Black Sea and Arkadia Beach

The Wooden Church of Izhma

On Renting a Car in Arkhangelsk

Outskirts of Kiev

Statues of old Old Comrades or Leaders

New Logic or No Interest in Business

The Burnt Muffin

Love locks from the Black to the White Sea

Antoniyevo-Siysky Monastery (Антониево-Сийский монастырь)

On changing Moldovan Lei in Odessa

The Very Basic Guide to Russian

Crime and Punishment (St. Petersburg)

Hram Ilias – the hidden silence near the Red Place in Moscow

Kishinev – the prologue of this year’s travels (2012)

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