What's the best city in Russia to live in?
Grozny. You will literally feel at home there :)
Saw some documentary that briefly touched upon Vladivostok. Seemed nice but they also mentioned organized crime I think. Is that a thing you have to deal with everywhere or a there low crime areas?
It's a trap. People who lived in Sakhalin defined everywhere as a Japanese claim and should go to Japanese consulate to get a visa. Of course they can't go to Japan and Russian documents are not recognized.
It's organized criminal business groups mostly. So they don't rob people at the streets but rather smuggle stuff from overseas. So in fact it's a good thing and gives you access to tons of asian wares tax-less. Cars, electronics, weaboo stuff - anything.
Might be true. If I wanted to explain the german mentality in a nutshell I would tell you to imagine a lonely guy standing infront of an empty street 4 in the morning, waiting for the traffic light to go green.
Of course. There are tons of small shops that have residents overseas who buy stuff regulary, so you can order anything and they'll deliver it if it exists in Japan. Kinda like online shops exept faster and more personal.
Why do you hate Russia so?
3rd world countries can have pretty impressive cities as well.
No no, don't even start, I'm too lazy to translate it. Of course i have some common sense and i have high degree (philosophy is part of high education) but no, I'm not a philosopher
I see waht you did there
Maybe his parents took him when he was a kid tho. I can only assume sometime during the 90's.
I hope more of this scum flood into the USA , as much as possible
americans need a real good taste of kacap so the rest of us can finally hear them say.....
"damn, all those rumors spoken were correct!"
>his town is named after a negative adjective
Russian is literally the best diaspora in USA
Magadan, Norilsk, Vorkuta, Cherepovets, Yakutsk...
Moscow ofc. Piter was better may be 10 years ago, now Moscow is way ahead.
I really love these Moscow blocks. The only problem in winter they look like shit.
Пoщy Mocквy кaкaя oнa ecть-мope зeлeни, пpocтo бoжecкaя пo poccийcким cтaндapтaм инфpacтpyктypa и кaкaя никaкaя чиcтoтa. Oт кoммиблoкoв нe yбeжишь.
The main Moscow's problem is that the former mayor spammed historical center with ugly modern commieblocks, skyskrapers, malls etc.
Кaкoй жe y вac, зaмкaдышeй, oтвpaтитeльный вкyc.
Well, not the worst definitely. Warm, sunny and relatively prosperous.
Cтapoe здaниe 10/10, eгo бы oтpecтaвpиpoвaть. Я пpo плиткy, тpoтyap, cтoлб c пpoвoдaми, в oбщeм чтo нeдaвнo дeлaли. Зaдний плaн нe oчeнь хopoшo виднo, нo тaм вpoдe тoжe ничeгo хopoшeгo.
>implying new commieblocks are anyhow better.
Some really are.
Dunno if the best, but Vladivostok looks interesting as fuck, being in Russia and so close to China, Japan and Korea. The nature in the region looks nice and the winters aren't that brutal like in the rest of Siberia.
Petersburgis best, hands down. Nice people, arts, theatres, royal architecture,white nights, weed and qts. The only drawback is climate.
Moscow is nice too but it is overcrowded and full of golddiggers.
If you live at least 2km away from MKAD it's not crowded at all, I would say it is empty.
Untill you leave it's hidtorical center. Moscow commieblocks>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>shit>>>Piter's commieblocks.
I live in a modern are and it's pretty cozy. You can call the buildings here commieblocks because of their size but they are well made and not so depressing.
But Parnas, Deviatkino or any other recently built poorfag area situated on the city border are concentration camp-tier, yes.
This picture kind give me strange feels
The architecture is common here int he south, we call it "Enxaimel", but the Russian propaganda...
Still happy that URSS didn't burn it to the ground after the occupation...
May be a dozen and most of them are abandoned. The city was destroyed during the war and commie government didn't care about german heritage, they just build a new city. Cathedrale is still standing though.
Doesn't surprise me really. The Germans had started destroying Russian buildings in their occupied areas to get rid of any traces of Russian civilization
It's called Volgograd now. They should bring back the original name desu
>Doesn't surprise me really. The Germans had started destroying Russian buildings in their occupied areas to get rid of any traces of Russian civilization
Do you even history?
Königsberg had been german since the start of the Prussian kingdom.
So true. Red revolution was a triumph of the bydloest bydlo and 90% of all the good people were either killed or migrated.
Almost no one who is older 30 speaks English.
So it would be ok for during work and if you go to cafe in big cities but if you want to go to small shop you wont be able to speak.
Anyway if you have friends it would be ok.
Source: aйм paшшн