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life in the post-soviet republic 6h
Hello everyone, today I want to talk about homes in the post-Soviet republics. Many of us live in such houses. They have very little space, some of them fall apart, but people live in them. They were built in the USSR for ordinary people.
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Douglas Herbert 18h
Soviet gadget: A table thermometer featuring an « eternal » calendar, a staple of many -era homes. (Source: fotoussr)
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dgreenwoodtravels 4h
Went back to one of my favourite places near Berlin. There was a bunch of new street art at the Abandoned Soviet Army Base. I saw this guy everywhere, seems to be from an artist called "Tobo". Interesting character.
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ANCLimpopo 44m
Our Provincial Secretary Cde Lekganyane will participate in the ENCA Town Hall (Elections) Debate on Tuesday 23 April 📍 University of Limpopo
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War Thunder Apr 21
In April 1941, 78 years ago, the T-50 light tank first appeared. The T-50 featured an advanced design for a light tank, but proved to be expensive and uneconomical to mass-produce, resulting in only a limited number of T-50s being produced before production ceased.
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AkveAdelbert Apr 20
leader Josef 's portrait being wheeled through central in 1952. From the end of World War II up until mid-1955, Vienna was divided into zones of occupation by the victorious Allies.
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Sarah Thelwall Apr 20
These original Christmas decorations will be on the secondarymoderne stall next Saturday. I see fish in the design. What do you see?
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Quirky Rides 14h
-, a one-off from 1966; prone to dismembering whilst reversing.
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NARNfan Apr 19
Who or what "owns" it?
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Ass Chest 19h
In 25 we learn about one of my earlier similars back in the !
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Nathan Auldridge Apr 18
That’s a gross mischaracterization of what I’ve said. What purpose would I have to distort facts? But how does that presence of aid diminish the role the played in the rise of global terrorism? Our culpability is not diminished.
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Elena Plotnikova 3h
You are not as you deny the fact that the jews that lived in the part of who moved further to Russia before nazis attacked the escaped a terrible death in the death camps. Those who stayed on Polish territory that fell in hands of Hitler were less fortunate.
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Amad ⚡ 13h
Replying to @DecentAmad
The Shrinking of the Sea: Formerly the fourth largest lake in the world, the Aral Sea () has been shrinking since the 1960s after the rivers that fed it were diverted by irrigation projects. Satellite images speak for themselves:
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