Voices From Russia, Too

Tuesday, 24 February 2015

24 February 2015. Our Great Russian Motherland: Shuldan in the Crimea

00 Shuldan. Crimea. Russia. 24.02.15

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This is part of a cave-monastery founded in the 14th century, but this tower only dates to the early 2000s. Shuldan isn’t part of the Republic of the Crimea, it’s actually part of the territory of the Federal City of Sevastopol. The Uniate creepozoids in the “Ukrainian” government harassed this monastery, but that stopped when the region reunited with Russia in the early 2000s. That’s why no Orthodox person can support the junta now sitting in Kiev, not only does it smash its boot full-force into the faces of ordinary people and wage a war of aggression against Novorossiya, it supports the Uniate and schismatical enemies of the Church. That’s why no Orthodox Christian can support the Republican Party or “conservatism”… these factions support the Uniate junta… just sayin’…

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Sunday, 6 January 2013

6 January 2013. Our Great Russian Motherland. A Crimean Winter: Eklizi-Burun at Dawn

00 Our Great Russian Motherland. A Crimean Winter. Eklizi-Burun at Dawn. 06.01.13

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Eklizi-Burun is one of the peaks in the Crimean Mountains in the southern part of the Crimean peninsula.

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Thursday, 13 December 2012

13 December 2012. Our Great Russian Motherland. A Triptych: Ai-Petri in the Crimea

00a Ai Petri. Crimea. 13.12.12

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00b Ai Petri. Crimea. 13.12.12

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00c Ai Petri. Crimea. 13.12.12

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Ai-Petri is a peak in the Crimean Mountains. It is 1,234 metres (4,048 feet) in height. It is one of the windiest places in the Ukraine. The wind blows 125 days a year, reaching a speed of 50 metres/second (110 mph).

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