Askold Grave, Easter’ 2020
Whatever one might think, this is the …
Urban legends say it was built by Germans – Prisoners of WWII in 1949. For those, who know where to look…
As traditionally celebrating of solstices and equinoxes is associated with circle structures, I have chosen some in Kiev myself.
When ‘Topping’ is not ‘Top notch’, but Anti-Green Revolt of the Masses and misuse of public resources Public property, perhaps “Budget Wood-chucking” Paradoxically, there is well-known cliché in Russian as “Распил бюджета” with approximate translation into English “Budget’ wood-chucking”,
Ulcinj of Crna Gora, Montenegro Human bee-hive, or favela?: but for wealthy
Saturday in Kiev olden downtown ‘I would rather work a little bit, but it is shabbat already, and I am – …’ /very approximate translation from Russian/