Russia has seen many exclusive changes than any other country in the world probably would have. The Red October Revolution took place in 1917 empowering the Communists. With many city states that being the accomplice. They Soviet Russia had been playing key role in the international affairs since then. However, their cold war with the USA finally ended with the fall of Soviet Union in early 90s. That born many independent countries out of Soviet Union.
Such biggest entire change gave birth to the new phenomena that demanded new way of life.
Today we are going to show you some of the abandoned places in Russia that look haunted and unvisited for decades.
#1 AN ABANDONED MINE FROM URAL MOUNTAINS
#2 ABANDONED MINERS VILLAGE IN SIBERIA MOUNTS
During the Soviet times the mining was done by the prisoners here. Gold and pewter was mainly mined that was imported from England previously.
#3 ABANDONED HOUSES ON THE BEACH
The photos of abandoned houses in Russia of fishermen village, Kamchatka. These beach houses were thickly populated once.
#4 RESIDENTIAL AREAS OF PRIPYAT: FORESTS IN PLACE OF STREETS
There are the photos from an abandoned building in Pripyat, Russia. There was almost the whole town around. It is said a power plant exploded here in 1986.
#5 ABANDONED CHILDRENS PLACE
This is the abandoned kid’s theme park from Russia. This park was for the workers’ children that were allowed to enjoy it for free for camping etc. All such places are lying abandoned now.
#6 ABANDONED RUSSIAN SPACE FORCES OBJECT
The machinery along with other equipments look still usable. See these control panels that look not too old.
#7ABANDONED LUTHERAN CHURCH IN ST. PETERSBURG
This old Lutheran Church lies abandoned in the heart of St. Petersburg. Lutheranism is not a very famous religion in Russia and during Soviet Russia many such places became commonplace.
#8 THE FAMOUS NOBEL FAMILY ‘s VILLA IN ST. PETERSBURG
Alfred Nobel the popular name for many obvious reasons one of them being initiating the Nobel Prize lately belonged to Sweden but the fact his he had spent his childhood in Russia. His family owned various businesses there. Later he left Russia but was very fluent with the language. His all family left Russia except his elder brother Ludvig Nobel. Ludvig extended his business in St. Petersburg and lived there. This is his abandoned house.
The most important thing is that during Bolshevik Revolution 1917 this house sheltered the famous Finn – Gustav Mannerheim.