Armenia

September 7, 2013

Armenia's stonehenge, Zorats Karer or Karahunj is a group of roughly hewn rocks standing in circles. Some have a holes carved into them contributing to the theory that they may have been used for observing t...

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Mother Russia And The Soviet Pride Of Stalingrad

September 23, 2013

A little out of the city central of Volgograd, historically called Stalingrad after the old Soviet leader, opposite a large sporting complex, a vast monument of Mamayev Kurgan has been built to commemorate t...

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Georgia

September 16, 2013

A shepherd woman returns from herding her flock of sheep out of the village of Svaneti for a day's grazing. Behind her a defensive tower stands between 20-25 metres tall. Built from the 9th century to t...

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On And Off The Trans-Siberian Railway

September 20, 2013

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The Trans-Siberian railway is a massive network  connecting Moscow with the Far East of Russia. It's 9,289 km long and is easily the longest railway line in the world. There are connecting branch lines into Mongo...

 

Armenia

September 7, 2013

Armenia's stonehenge, Zorats Karer or Karahunj is a group of roughly hewn rocks standing in circles. Some have a holes carved into them contributing to the theory that they may have been used for observing t...

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