Russia through the eyes of foreigners
Russian realities understood only by those who were born and live in Russia. In a word, foreigners do not understand.
But will they be able to explain the pictures taken in our country, and to understand what is happening to them? We offer you a small but fun experiment, during which the inhabitants of different countries are invited to express their assumptions, looking at some pictures.
Why are all these toys?
John-Michael (USA): It looks like an animated film by Tim Burton.
Kevin (USA): It looks like a cemetery ...
Flora (Brazil): This is a pet cemetery?
Eric (France): Why? BECAUSE THIS IS RUSSIA!
Who are these people and what do they do?
Hatch (Great Britain): street performers? You have there instead of begging people pick up on the streets of gravity for money?
Dani (Germany): This is Vladimir and Peter. Weightlifters.
Alaina (USA): Just friends having a good time together.
What's going on here?
Hatch (Great Britain): On the road, the pits were formed. They failed the people. And now, here are a wreath in memory of them.
John-Michael (USA): Wow! Are you bury the pit road?
Jules (France): This is the grave of urchins. Rest in peace, hedgehogs.
Alexis (USA): Whether it is the saddest in the world Easter baskets, or someone had died on the road.
How do you find such a car?
Luke (United Kingdom): It looks like on the car was attacked by vandals. Jules (France): In the trunk too many corpses.
Sarah (USA): What's up with the rear wheel? After almost touches the rear of the asphalt. I am concerned.
Flora (Brazil): Worried for ants.
What do you think about this dish?
Luke (United Kingdom): It seems like we are prepared kebabs in the UK. Only instead of a potential murder weapon we use wooden sticks.
John-Michael (USA): Mm-m, medieval barbecue! Yum!
Kevin (USA): Pork kebab!
Who is this stylish person?
Kevin (USA): The Wizard?
Jules (France): He is a magician, who plays with birds.
Eric (France): This is a well-known television personality with a very bad taste in ties.
Kyra (USA): It looks like someone who'd started to tell me about the benefits of the new mobile tariff.
Alexis (USA): This is my guy.
Alaina (USA): It is the owner of some hotel chains.
What is this dish?
Jules (France): This is whale vomit.
John-Michael (USA): It looks like baby food.
Guillemot (USA): Mm-m, corn mayonnaise. I like.
Sarah (USA): Pasta? Potatoes? And orange cubes - a carrot? In any case, it looks good. I would eat.
What's happening in this photo?
Hatch (Great Britain): Russia - a large country, so probably many trips include an overnight stay on the road. Perhaps this is the night train. Well, or a crowded hospital. Jules (France): This train takes out the bodies of some hospitals.
Alexis (USA): This is the film "Avatar" by James Cameron. And here they keep connected to the avatars of astronauts, so they do not just hang out for years in space.
What can I use the terminal?
Hatch (Great Britain): ATM, protected from the scorching sun of Russia.
John-Michael (USA): Stuck for sale cassettes.
Kevin (USA): I have no idea. From there, take out burgers?
Dani (Germany): I have exactly the machine did not use.
Jules (France) for the sale of tickets to Hell Machine.
Kyra (USA): You need to pay for parking?
What so glad this man?
Dani (Germany): It's Christmas, and he likes his towel.
Kevin (USA): Yes, there is somewhere nearby sauna.
Sarah (USA): Beautiful clean snow. Around nature. It is a refreshing feeling when you're standing naked in the winter on the street! And yet, maybe alcohol? Maybe he was drunk. Drunk people - happy people.
Flora (Brazil): It's all about vodka.