The shadow side of the city
Moving away from the glamorous boutiques and shopping centers, going the other path we find ourselves in a completely different Voronezh, Voronezh, which is not on the map - the shadow side of the city. Yes, this odnoeazhka a few meters from the central market!
Guatemala City (via)
Mustang: Nepal’s former Kingdom of Lo
The village of Tangge stands on the edge of a Kali Gandaki tributary. Buildings are packed tightly together to help protect the residents from the strong winds that pick up each afternoon. (Taylor Weidman/The Vanishing Cultures Project)
DP-62 “Damba” - Soviet coastal jet propelled bombometny complex designed for anti-submarine saboteurs and midget submarines. The complex was adopted in 1980, after which four units were placed on the Barents Sea in the Bay Small Snowball. And in 1995, the division was disbanded, installation thrown. But the sea, the deep blue sea, cold gray-haired sea, endless, harsh and tender still comes in waves on the beach sand and stone cliffs.
Amderma had been one of the big Soviet fluorite deposits before WWII. After the war many more deposits were found and this one was closed. But instead it started to develop as a base for the Arctic region research. They built a bigger airport and in the 60s the new radar station P-70 Lena-M was constructed near the settlement whose population reached 15000 people then. Everything started to decay after the collapse of the USSR. Today the number of people living here is equal to 350 only…
Dubovka village. Suburban Avenue, 122
This old pre-revolutionary house built in 1913 - in the village Dubovka (Voronezh). Land is set aside for private dacha construction in 1917 and was built over a hundred wooden houses, most of which were constructed wealthy citizens.
Wooden building that photographs apparently also a former summer residence. Stood 100 years - right up to 2013, but the other day (June 20) there was a fire, which resulted in the house burned down.