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Why So Many Dashcams in Russia. "Real Russia" ep.37
 
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"Why There So Many Dashcams in Russia?" This is the questions you asking us all the time, because it seems like YouTube overloaded with the videos from dash cams in Russian cars. So we decided to investigate the main reasons and to make this detailed video response.
Russian Underpass. "Real Russia" Ep.8
 
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Typical Russian Underpass on the example of Underpass in Ufa, Russia. Like and Subscribe! Follow on Facebook - http://facebook.com/RealRussiaBlog --- We are getting the continue of the history of Sergey Pichugin and his new girlfriend Elena. As you know from the Episode #4, he asked her to marry her three days after they met. But the echo of his ex-girlfriend is still in his Life. On this weekend Sergey P. forgot to log out of his account in social network and Elena found a lot of facts about his ex-relationship after reading the past conversations with his ex. It made her real mad and doubt if she still wants to marry him! All the details in the next episode... --- We are Sergey Baklykov and Sergey Pichugin, two Russian video bloggers. Both living in Ufa, Russia and showing you the real life in our country. And we call it the "Real Russia" reality video blog.
Autumn Agricultural Fair. "Real Russia" ep.6:
 
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Autumn is a big time for the Russian farmers. It's the time when they are pick up all their harvest and move to the little towns and big cities for a big sale on agricultural fairs. This is very important time for the farmers because actually they will live for the whole year on the revenue they got from autumn sales. It is also a good time for buyers, because it's a chance to buy everything by the lowest possible price.
How Provincial Girl Katya Living In Moscow, Russia. "Real Russia" ep.43
 
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In previous episode #42 when we travelled to Pushchino science city in Moscow's Oblast, the girl Katya was driving us there. She is a good friend of Maksim Chepkasov, our project manager who now working with all the paperwork and administrative routine. Katya (full name is Ekaterina) came to Moscow, Russia from Orenburg. Orenburg is the capital of Orenburg Oblast of Russia. It's a big city but still kinda provincial in comparision to Moscow. Almost like Ufa. She came to Moscow to work in one of Russian banks as a manager. She works with private (physical) clients and makes $1,400 per month. This is not a big amount by Moscow standard. However, it's enough for her to rent an apartment in Moscow, to pay off her bank loan for the car, buy clothing and food, and even save-up something! In this video we show how she manage that.
Neighborhood Store in Moscow. "Real Russia" ep.75
 
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In the 61st episode of "Real Russia" we have been inside of the big supermarket in Ufa, the capital of Bashkortostan Republic of Russia. But in this video we are getting inside of so called "neighborhood store". This is a kind of food and everyday products stores located in a massive living districts for a quick access of it's citizens. We have visited one of DIXY stores at Rustaveli Street in Moscow, not far from "Dmitrovskaya" Metro Station where we live. DIXY is one of Russia's leading retailers of foods and everyday products with almost 200 stores in Moscow. And one special things about DIXY is a full disclosure policy for filming. You don't have to ask anyone to film inside of their stores. In their streets doors they have a stickers with a friendly image of the camera and caption: "You can [film] here". But the main idea of this episode is to show where people in Russia make shopping if they won't go far and up-to-date for March, 2014 prices for the most popular products in Moscow. http://youtube.com/user/realrussiablog http://facebook.com/realrussiablog
The Cheapest Place to Eat. "Canteen №1". St. Petersburg, Russia
 
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"Stolovaya №1" (Canteen №1) is a chain of 12 canteens in the historical city center of St Petersburg, Russia. One of the cheapest places to eat in the city. The mix of Soviet and contemporary interior design, domestic Russian and European cuisine with a self-service for cheapest price. Russian cuisine, Russian food, canteen. For contributions - http://realrussiablog.com/donate
4 Years! "Real Russia"
 
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There was ups and downs but I still keep it going and sincerely believe that everything is just beginning! Stay tuned and traditionally keep supporting my channel! I believe I really no need explain too much that togehter we can do MORE and actually already did many times before… Click here to donate to the next year of "Real Russia" - https://goo.gl/S2RuD0
Blooming Apple Trees and Russian Ladies in Kolomenskoe, Moscow. "Real Russia" ep.50
 
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Only once a year and only for about a week an apple trees in Russia are blooming. It happens in May. Together with Sergey Pichugin we've been lucky this year to appear in a right moment and in a right place to catch that great moment. It happened in Kolomenskoe, Moscow. Kolomenskoe used to be a village in south east of modern Moscow. Since 1960's Kolomenskoe became a part of the city. Kolomenskoe is a very beautiful place. It's the 390 hectare scenic area overlooks the steep banks of the Moskva River. There also a huge apple trees garden which is absolutely fantastic when all of that apple trees are blooming in May. We've been lucky to be there and catch that moment and we also noticed that together with blooming an apple trees there the blooming of the ladies. They start getting out into the streets and walking all over the park in all their beauty! All of that we tried to show in this video. Hope you enjoy! Music by Italian composer Piero Piccioni.
Moving to Saint Petersburg, Russia
 
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Well, just began the process of moving to Saint Petersburg, Russia
Antique Store. "Real Russia" ep.89
 
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An insight into the one of antique stores in Ufa, Russia. The place for collectors interested in collection coins, post stamps, medals, medalions, orders, old watches, icons, silver tableware and just rarity old things. http://youtube.com/user/realrussiablog http://facebook.com/realrussiablog [email protected]
"Burger Heroes". Moscow Burgers in Ufa. "Real Russia"
 
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In this video you can see an interesting example of an influence of the Western burger culture to Russia and it's interpretation of "Burger Heroes". "Burger Heroes" is a Moscow chain of burger bars, now available in Ufa, Russia. //Become a Patron at http://patreon.com/realrussia
Sparrow Hills and Moscow State University. "Real Russia" ep.31
 
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Quick looks on Moscow from the observation platform of Sparrow Hills, one of the highest points in the city, and Moscow State University named for famous Russian scientists Mikhail Lomonosov, one of the legendary Stalin's "Seven Sisters". For more episodes, please, don't forget to support our channel, this is one of the sources that keep our channel indepent and running - http://realrussiablog.com/support-us.html
ChildGrad. The City of Children. "Real Russia" ep.112 (4K)
 
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"ChildGrad" (in Russian "ЧадоГрад") is the scale model of the real city for the children. The World with it's own documents, bank, money, public places, jobs and even the Mayor. This is the place where the children can find out all the basics about different professions and what's important to try themselves in it. This is definitely one of the most interesting places for the entertainment of kids in the city of Ufa, the capital of the Republic of Bashkortostan of Russia. http://youtube.com/user/realrussiablog http://facebook.com/realrussiablog http://facebook.com/sgbaklykov [email protected]
Got Back From The Hospital
 
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Sergey Baklykov is getting back from the hospital where he has been for 17 days. For collaborations and business inquiries, please contact via Channel Pages: http://ChannelPages.com/realrussiablog
"Yumm Pizza". American Pizza in St. Petersburg, Russia.
 
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"Yumm Pizza" is the chain of pizzerias in Saint Petersburg, Russia, which is making a hot American pizza with natural ingredients and real Mozzarella. I have visited one of their 13 locations at Vosstaniya street, which was opened just a week ago. By their words, their firm pizza is "Yumm Deluxe" and exclusive "Big Boss" pizza with 12 different ingredients (where 6 of them are meat ingredients). Thin and thick dough is available. But they consider thick dough as their firm dough. The company declares the dough is not consisted of milk, eggs and animal fats. #pizza #stpetersburg #russia http://realrussiablog.com http://patreon.com/realrussia
Chain of Fast Casual Restaurants "Teremok". St. Petersburg, Russia. Russian Cuisine.
 
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"Teremok" is an old Russian word for a small wooden house. Nowadays, it is also the brand name for a popular fast-food chain in Russia founded in 1998. Though after the latest re-branding, they say it is not a "fast food" but "fast casual". "Teremok" is based on Russian food such as blini, pelmeni, borscht and kvass. The official concept of Teremok is to offer traditional Russian cuisine as fast food but to be at the same time more natural and healthy. Currently there is 135 "Teremok" locations in St. Petersburg, Russia. For contributions - http://realrussiablog.com/donate
Sergey Baklykov Broke A Leg Playing Football. "Real Russia"
 
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This week Sergey Baklykov broke two ankles on his right leg playing football with his old friends. X-ray shots detected that not only two ankles were broken but the bones were dislocated as well. For this reason he was placed in a hospital where the doctors covered his leg in gypsum, making an intravenous injections daily and waiting for the tumor will gone. Right after that they will make a surgery that to get back a dislocated bones on it's right place. It's curious but exactly a year ago, in June, 2013, Sergey Baklykov got in a hospital as well but with his gall bladder problem and finally went through gall bladder removal surgery. In the summer time people open's a season of vacation and Sergey Baklykov open a season of hospital!
Museum of Soviet Arcade Game Machines. St. Petersburg, Russia
 
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The Museum with about 40 authentic USSR/Russia arcade machines which were released in 1980's-90's. Most of them are still working and available for visitors to play the games. There is also the Soviet soda water machines for pear and apple soda water. Interesting exposition of the spirits called "What Did Soviet Childhood Smells Like". Atmospheric themed place for Russians to recall the Soviet childhood, for foreigners to get to know and touch the history of the USSR arcade games. http://facebook.com/sgbaklykov http://patreon.com/realrussia http://paypal.me/realrussiablog
"Real Russia" ep.26.2: Trip in Moscow for Interview to RT channel
 
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Thank you all for your interest and watching! Stay tuned and keep supporting us - http://realrussiablog.com/support-us.html 2nd part of 26th episode about our trip in Moscow for interview to RT channel. In this video we'll show you breakfast time in Kir's aparment in Moscow, then we'll see a piece of his work for Moscow's TV channel "Moscow 24". He making social reportages for it. After all we'll go to RT channel in Moscow. Unfortunately, we came to RT studio a little late and hadn't possibility to film how it works from inside but we agreed with Administration of RT that next time we are welcome to make a big episode about how RT works. We will looking forward for that because RT is a real big and professional channel with a lot of studios and interesting stuff. It's really look how the "face of Russia" at the international arena of the World must look like. I was amazed and impressed with the sizes and quality. And some words about the last scene. I was thinking if I really have to place that take to this video, because here everybody knows that "Moscow Do Not Believe In Tears", but finally did understand that I have to follow our fundamental rule "showing everything as is" and leaved it "as is". It's Real Russia! Thank you all for watching, commenting, liking, subscribing, reposting, buying our t-shirts and donations! If not you and your unstoppable interest this video would never be filmed.
GUM Department Store in Moscow. "Real Russia" ep.29
 
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GUM is Russian abbreviation for "Glavniy Universalniy Magazin". In English it's the Main Department Store. "GUM" is the name of the main department store in many cities of the former Soviet Union, known as State Department Store during the Soviet times In this video you will see the biggest and most famous GUM in Russia, that's the GUM Departments Store on Red Square in Moscow.
"Podorozhnik" Public Transportation Card in St. Petersburg, Russia
 
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"Podorozhnik" is a universal payment card for all public transportation (metro, bus, trolley bus, tram) in Saint Petersburg, Russia. You can buy it in any metro station of Saint Petersburg for cash or bank card. The card is rechargeable, you can always re-fill it with different methods, including an online payment. Also with "Podorozhnik" card you can use different tariff plans which will make your rides cheaper than if you will pay off single rides. http://patreon.com/realrussia http://facebook.com/sgbaklykov http://paypal.me/realrussiablog
Street Fair. "Real Russia" ep.96 (4K)
 
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The deepest insight into one of the Street Fairs in Ufa, Bashkortostan. From time to time, usually on a weekends, in many places of many cities of Russia, works so called "street fairs". This is an improvised fair organized right in the street where mostly farmers from the nearest villages are coming to sell their harvest and stuff. Meat, fish, vegetables, fruits, eggs, honey, candies and some other stuff like a wool things, blankets, pillows, sweaters, socks and even the layers for a shoes. A fairs like this attract many people because the prices there are usually lower than in the stores. Also, many people believe that the stuff raised by local farmers in a local land are more healthy and fresh than an imported stuff. Filmed with Panasonic DMC-GH4 in 4K. "Real Russia" is the first English-language Russian channel about a daily life of the country. The deepest insight into the real Russia life with No Fake and No Bullshit. http://youtube.com/user/realrussiablog http://facebook.com/realrussiablog [email protected]
"Real Russia In The US" in 4 minutes
 
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Thanks so much to everyone who supported this guest road trip to the United States! Playlist of all videos from the US - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL46tNPw4JvEguAezI2PJdLtbOiJ1M9AO- http://facebook.com/sgbaklykov http://realrussiablog.com/crowdfund
AntiСafeteria. "Real Russia" ep.87
 
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These days in Russia more and more popular becomes the places called "anticafe" or "anticafeteria". This is a kind of places where you can just come with your friends, play table games or game consoles listening to the lounge music or watch the movies in a small movie theathre room. Also you can drink tea and coffee with cookies. And you don't have to pay for anything but for the time spent inside of anticafe. Concretely in this anticafeteria where we filmed the video the price is 120 Russian roubles (~$3.00) for the first hour and 60 Russian roubles (~$1.50) for all the next hours. For most of anticafe it's common to have a creative and colorful design, lounge music and home atmosphere. Usually such a places attract many creative people with a good taste in books, music and cinema. http://youtube.com/user/realrussiablog http://facebook.com/realrussiablog [email protected] For support - http://goo.gl/yCM8n8
Russian Supermarket. "Real Russia" ep.61
 
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One of common supermarkets in Russia. We have visited the "Matrix" supermarket. Matrix is one of the most popular and biggest chain of supermarkets in Ufa, Russia. As always in this video we are making the deepest insight there and looking at the prices for the most common products for you to compare them with the prices in your locations worldwide. "Real Russia" YouTube channel - http://YouTube.com/user/realrussiablog Our Facebook - http://facebook.com/realrussiablog
Rented A Room in Saint Petersburg, Russia
 
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With Airbnb site rented a room at Anton Chekhov street of Saint Petersburg. It is a temporary place where I will stay before will rent a complete apartment, where will live before will buy my own.
Blues Cafe "Jimi" in Ufa, Russia. "Real Russia" ep.58
 
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In the historical center of Ufa in Bashkortostan Republic of Russia at Lenin Street, 42 there is "The Motherland" movie theater. Inside of it there not only the movie theater but blues cafe named "Jimi". This is the place where the local musicians playing an old rock'n'roll, rock, blues and jazz. "Jimi" blues cafe became the place of meet for an older and creative audience of the city. Sergey Baklykov and Sergey Grom did their traditional inside deep into "Jimi".
Soviet Cafe "Kvartirka". St. Petersburg, Russia. Russian Cuisine.
 
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Kvartirka is a Russian cuisine restaurant designed as the Soviet Union flat - interior, furniture, things and music. One of my favorite places to eat Russian food in St. Petersburg, Russia. Olivier salad with doctor sausage (aka "winter salad"), dressed herring, borscht, solyanka, home-style chicken noodle soup, ukha fish soup, pelmeni, vareniki, mushroom and chicken julienne, pirozhok pie, passtegai pie with fish, draniki potato patties, granny-style pancakes or blini, stroganoff with buckwheat, NAVY-style macaroni with minced marbled beef and many more different dishes. For contributions - http://realrussiablog.com/donate
Spring in Saint Petersburg, Russia (4K) 30.03.2019
 
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My video sketch to the spring in St Petersburg, Russia. Filmed in one day on Saturday (30th of March, 2019) on the Spit of Vasilyevsky Island, Palace Square, Isaac's Square and Nevsky Prospect. Music composed by Pyotr Tchaikovsky from "The Seasons". Support my channel with Patreon for more videos in more places of Russia - http://patreon.com/realrussia
Night Party In Russia. "Real Russia" ep.7
 
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Until the May, 2012 together with Sergey Pichugin we used to work on a local cable tv channel (UTV Channel). We was producing the show about the best nightlife events in the city. I was the tv presenter and interviewed the world stars of electronic music who was coming to perform in Ufa, Russia and Sergey Pichugin was my cameraman, he also interviewed the crowd (people in the club) from time to time. Together we've filmed over 40 episodes. But then we had to leave the channel because of some serious disagreements with the top management of the channel and their new rules. And due to numerous requests to show the night parties in one videoblog we showing you on of the episodes of our nightlife show. It was the party right at night of Orthodox Christmas at the 6th of January, 2012. So it's not the recent video but still fresh enough to check out what is the night parties like in Russia. In this video it was the party with the special guest from Germany - dj and musician known as Ronski Speed. Like and follow on Facebook - http://facebook.com/RealRussiaBlog We are Sergey Baklykov and Sergey Pichugin, two Russian video bloggers. Both living in Ufa, Russia and showing you the real life in our city and country. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ufa And we call it the "Real Russia" reality video blog. Ep.1: The Beginning - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9NnECDrdKYM Ep.2: Russian Parks - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWY0N5fm1R8 Ep.3: Russian Summer House - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1_3S1rDRQe4 Ep.4: The Crazy Case Of Sergey Pichugin - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gOebW-WWl6k Ep.5: Russian Public Transportation - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pa9FC4i5bkw Ep.6: Russian Agricultural Fair - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOmYWQMbQM0
Apartment I Rent In Saint Petersburg. Vlog
 
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While my own apartment in Saint Petersburg is not finished, I rent an apartment in Kupchino district at Bukharestskaya street. Progress of My Apartment Repair Works n Saint Petersburg - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UU86mNWvO7U
First Snow in Ufa, Russia! (Sight From My Window)
 
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Support Us, Get Our Shirts - http://RealRussiaBlog.com Today, at the 13th of November, the first snow fallen down in to the Ufa's land! Russian Winter has come! I invite you to look at it right from my window!
Your Catch Is A Main Dish. "Russian Fishing" Premium Restaurant. Russian Food. St Petersburg, Russia
 
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"Russian Fishing" is a premium restaurant at Krestovsky Island of St Petersburg, Russia. Since 1999. For 20 years it is never lost it's popularity. Many times it is awarded as the best restaurant in St Petersburg. In 2014, NY Times listed "Russian Fishing" as one of the most unusual restaurants in the World. "Russian Fishing" restaurant has it's own pond with different kids of fish - starlet, sturgeon, trout, carp, whitefish. Every guest may take a fishing rod and catch the fish he wants. This catch goes to the kitchen right away. The restaurant is actually a two-storied wooden house made of uncalibrated cedar and larch logs. In the summer time it is considered more like an outdoor terrace of the South Pond of Krestovsky Island. A motto of restaurant is "Your Catch is The Main Dish". However, there is not only a fish menu, but a wide variety of Russian cuisine, including meat dishes. For contributions - http://realrussiablog.com/donate
I Returned to Russia From My Trip to The US
 
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The second trip to the United States which was needed to me to re-load before the new season is over. I returned to Russia. I continue fundraising for new videos in 2017 - http://realrussiablog.com/donate/
"Baggins Coffee" To Go. St. Petersburg, Russia
 
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In my neighborhood on Nevsky Prospect of Saint Petersburg, Russia, I have a place for coffee to go which is called "Baggins Coffee". I've got really addicted to this chain of coffee shops thankful to it's deep and awesome taste and now recommend it in this video. http://facebook.com/sgbaklykov http://patreon.com/realrussia http://paypal.me/realrussiablog
Grilling Pork Loin in Tavtimanovo, Russia
 
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Tavtimanovo is a village located in Iglinskiy District of the Republic of Bashkortostan of Russia, 50km north-east from Ufa. The place where my father-in-law was born. He moved to Ufa when he was young, but about 6-7 years ago he felt the call of his motherland and got a land in Tavtimanovo village which is now became the summer place (dacha) for a family. This weekend we came there to steam in banya (bath house) and grill pork loin BBQ, dancing under the nice music tunes. /Enjoying my videos? Consider to support my channel with Patreon - http://patreon.com/realrussia
New Apartment In The Center Of Ufa. "Real Russia" ep.78
 
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Sergey Baklykov, the host of the "Real Russia" channel, shows his new apartment at Karl Marx Street in the center of Ufa, Russia and some typical real Russian things that are around it. This way, on the example of his own personal life, he shows some features of Russian being as from good, as from bad side - everything "as is". No Fake No Bullshit! http://youtube.com/user/realrussiablog http://facebook.com/realrussiablog [email protected]
Scrambled Eggs Charged With Positive Energy. "Real Russia" ep.25
 
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http://realrussiablog.com/tshirts/p1.html Since we've started making our channel we've got overloaded with the requests to show how to cook Russian food and what Russians just eat on a regular basis. We promised all the time to start film about it, but the trouble is that I personally can normally cook only a few things, and one of them is Scrambled Eggs. :) This is definitely not the traditional Russian food but for sure the thing ALL Russians eat from time to time! And that's at least what I can do myself. So this episode is more like just a start point, like a kick in my ass after which I will continue making more of them featuring more skilled cooks from the crowd of my friends. :)
The Deepest Metro Station in St Petersburg, Russia. "Admiralteyskaya"
 
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"Admiralteyskaya" is one of the deepest metro stations in the World and the deepest in St. Petersburg, Russia. The depth is 86 meters (282ft) underground. Opened at the 28th of December, 2011. Also it is the closest subway station such a significant places of St. Petersburg, like The State Hermitage (Winter Palace), St Isaacs Cathedral and Admiralty. Being located nearby the metro station is named after The Admiralty. As the most of metro stations in Russia, is it named in adjective form (responds to the Russian question "which one (KAKAYA?) - AdmiralteysKAYA. The artistic design dedicated to the marine theme. There are four mosaic panels - The Admiralty, Neva, The Neptune and The Foundation of The Admiralty and one stained glass window. The platform of the station has a column-wall three arched structure. There are an images of famous Russian Admirals on those walls like Ushakov, Nakhimov, Sveshnikov, Bellingshausen.
Kunstkamera. Saint Petersburg. "Real Russia" ep.131 (4K)
 
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The Kunstkamera was the first museum in Russia. Established by Peter the Great and completed in 1727, the Kunstkammer Building hosts the Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnography with a collection of almost 2,000,000 items. It is located on the Universitetskaya Embankment in Saint Petersburg, facing the Winter Palace. This is one of the videos in a series of episodes about Saint Petersburg, Russia - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL46tNPw4JvEiDu3Hq9l1y5dOSoM5UDSyZ "Real Russia" is the first independent English-language channel about Russia, created by videoblogger Sergey Baklykov. http://youtube.com/user/realrussiablog http://facebook.com/sgbaklykov [email protected]
McDonalds in Russia. "Real Russia" ep.15
 
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"McDonalds is the same everywhere"? It's time to check it out! We have visited the typical McDonald's restraunt in Russia, the one that was opened just some days ago in 4 minutes by walk from the pink house where I (Sergey Baklykov) live in Ufa, Russia. It was not easy to film this episode because we have no idea why but McDonalds workers was trying to prevent us to film all the time! They said it is FORBIDDEN to film inside and even outside of McDonalds. Finally, they was going to call the Security. But when that happened we already filmed everything we wanted and we've gone. To get it done we was pressured to be kinda umpudent - in response to all of their requirements to stop filming we was affirmatively nod our heads but in real kept filming again as soon as they disattract their attention out of us. It was a real big surprise for us! Because there the whole virtual 3D-tour available in the Russian version of McDonalds where you can look at any place in the restraunt under any angle, to get literally to any hole of it! Also, all the time they advertise theirselves as the ones who doesn't even have the walls in their restraunts because they have nothing to hide off their visitors! But in real they never let us to film there! Even in the street when we was filming the MacAuto! But, no matter what, we did our deal, because we've announced it to you! and, finally, you can watch it! Freedom for videobloggers!
The Election Night In Angels Camp, CA. "Real Russia In The US" ep.19
 
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After visiting the Yosemite National Park, we returned to Angels Camp, CA where Paul and Gem Anderson are living. It is happened at the 8th of November, 2016. Right during an apogee of the US Presidential Elections when millions of Americans never knew who will win yet - Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump. However, we just had our time in the backyard - pork loin barbeque, dark beer, segway, motorcycle and fireplace! Watch all videos from the road trip to the US in this playlist - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL46tNPw4JvEguAezI2PJdLtbOiJ1M9AO- In any questions - [email protected] Donations here - http://realrussiablog.com/crowdfund
How to Buy a Russian SIM Card. " Real Russia"
 
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How to buy a Russian SIM Card, if you're a foreigner? You need just one document like passport, international passport or driver's license. You no need to have an official temporary or permanent registration on a territory of Russia. It's enough just to specify the address of where you stay in Russia - an address of the hotel, or apartment you rent, or wherever you live. By the words of the manager of Megafon, one of three top leaders of mobile operators of Russia, the most reasonable plan for foreigners is a pre-pard plan "All Inclusive S" for less than $3.00 "All Inclusive S" offer 350 minutes of outcoming calls to any phone number on a terrotory of the Republic Of Bashkortostan or the region where you stay. 100 SMS-messages to the mobile numbers of the Republic of Bashkortostan or other region of Russia where you will stay. 3GB of high-speed 3G, 4G or 4G LTE internet. This is an ideal plan to use at least as a second sim card. In order to use it as the main and only sim-card during your vacation you may turn on an additional option "Call To All Countries" for less than $2.00 and call way cheaper all over the World. In every office of Megafon you can pay as by cash in Russian roubles, as by Visa/MasterCard in any currency. In the city of Ufa, the capital of the Republic of Bashkortostan is about 44 branches of Megafon, one of top three leaders of mobile operators in Russia. http://youtube.com/user/realrussiablog http://facebook.com/realrussiablog http://facebook.com/sgbaklykov [email protected]
My Monday Morning, December, 4th, 2017. Vlog.
 
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Just my morning of November, 4th, 2017. Due to your recommendation I got BTC wallet for this channel now - 18TLfHnqfz27YnnsM6UmqEdnt82fhtnx1k
Barbershop in Russia. "Real Russia" ep.60
 
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Barbershops or hairdressing salons are very popular kind of small business in Russia. It's something what people always need and something what easy to set up as a business. All you need is to rent a place, buy the tools and hire the personnel. Most of barber shops in Russia are located on the first floors of living buildings. An owners buying a living apartments on the first floors, tranfer them to the commercial estate and opens barbershops or grocery stores. In this episode you will see one of such typical barbershops located in Ufa, Russia. This is a salon where Sergey Grom shaves his head for many years.
Visit to Russian Ballerina's Class in Moscow. "Real Russia" ep.30
 
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If you remember, in Moscow we stayed at Kir's apartment he rent. There he lives with his girlfriend Yana, she's professional ballerina for already 12 years. So we asked her to take us to Ballet School with her and to look at Russian ballerina's daily routine! It was impressive! Don't forget to support our channel - http://realrussiablog.com/support-us.html
U.S.S. Cod Submarine Memorial. Cleveland, OH. "Real Russia In The US" ep.10
 
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The deepest insight into the U.S.S. 224 Cod Submarine Memorial. It is located on a shore of Lake Erie at 1201 N Marginal Rd, Cleveland, OH. Next stop is Chicago, IL. http://facebook.com/sgbaklykov
"Puff Place" (Pyishechnaya). Since 1958. St. Petersburg, Russia
 
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Puffs and puff places are very popular in Saint Petersburg. More than anywhere else in Russia. Probably, the most popular puff place is located at Bolshaya Konyushennaya st., 25. It works there since 1958. Good old minimalistic Soviet Union interior, cash only and really tasty puffs for very cheap price. http://facebook.com/sgbaklykov http://patreon.com/realrussia http://paypal.me/realrussiablog
Stereotypes About Russia. Top 12. "Real Russia" ep.67
 
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We have started "Real Russia" because we wanted to show the real Russian life all over the world and to kill so many silly and outdated stereotypes about our country. However, we never listed that stereotypes in our video and never tried to proove this or that concrete stereotype is the truth or not. But recently we wrote such a list of twelve most popular stereotypes about Russia as a result of our brainstorm regarding how can we create an effective trailer for "Real Russia" channel. We want to increase the popularity of our videoblog and to get more views/subscribers thankful to promoting our trailer in pre-roll video ads on YouTube (this is video ads that play before the video on YouTube, that ones you can skip in 5 seconds after start). We analized the most popular and effective trailers on YouTube from such channels like Vice, TheGraveYardGirl, TheFineBros, SoulPancake and others. After detailed learning we have found TOP 3 things to make your trailer successful: 1. Catchy beginning. You have to remember that people can skip your ad already in 5 seconds after it's started. So you have only 5 seconds to capture people's attention. 5 seconds! 2. Short but clear description what is your channel about under the best fragments of your videos. In trailer no need saying what a great person you are, say what is your channel about. Short and clear! Make it on the background of dynamic video intro of the best cuts from your videos. 3. Call to Action! If you think that all people really knows how to watch your channel after watching trailer you're WRONG! So make call to action! Explain what exactly need to do to watch your channel! For example, click here to watch our channel NOW. You know, not everyone even knows that if you'll click in any place of the video ad you will be directed to the target webpage of an advertiser. So use this three keys for making your trailer and you're really get all chances to make it successful. We really wants to make a trailer which might will be super showy but catchy. We need to create the trailer people will want to watch and more than that will want to click on it that to get on our channel. Only this way we'll return our money investment in pre-roll video ads! Based on these 3 keys for creating successful trailer and playing on stereotypes of Russia we thinked up scenario for a trailer where Sergey Baklykov starts with saying: "I am a Communist, I wear shapka-ushanka, I play balalaika but yesterday I broke it because I was drunk. You know, the winter here is all over the year and we have to warm up somehow, so we drink Russian Vodka like a water. And, of course, it happens right new the statue of our hero - the Founder of Communism, Vladimir Lenin". Then explanation these are just a stereotypes about Russia and in we kill them in "Real Russia"! We'll upload this trailer as soon as it will be done! In the final TOP-12 Stereotypes: 1. All Russians are drunkards 2. All Russian men not only alcoholics but also beats their wives 3. All Russians are Communists 4. Lenin is Russian national hero 5. Winter is all over the year in Russia 6. All Russians weak ushanka 7. All Russians play balalaika 8. White bears are riding on a motorcycle or bicycle in the streets of Russia. 9. Russian mafia is everywhere 10. Nuclear reactor is in every Russian home. 11. Iron Curtain is still in Russia and Russians can't travel abroad. 12. We'll be sent to the labor camp in Siberia for a bad words about Russian President Putin. Please, let us know, what yet stereotypes of Russia you know....
Yosemite National Park, CA. "Real Russia In The US" ep.18
 
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Yosemite National Park is definitely one of the most beautiful places in the United States. Thanks to Paul and Gen Anderson for bringing us there! http://facebook.com/sgbaklykov