For the first time this was reported the Ural news Agency more than three years ago. In the southern Urals, in strict confidence, in the rock vyrubyvajut giant “beehive”, in which you can place a city designed for a life of up to 300 thousand people. Takes care of the construction of this secret underground city personally Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin.
Secret base of the Russian government found in the mountains of the southern Urals, close to the ski center “Abzakovo”, which is often visited by the Russian President Vladimir Putin. Around the hopper mountain walks a lot of rumors, and even residents of nearby settlements do not really know that objects from the times of “cold war” are built in the mountains. Decided to find out what the secret complex is located in the southern Urals. What say the builders of the underground city? Where is it located? How is protected? Communications what is provided? Continue reading
The remains of this massive structure can be traced throughout the Russian TRANS-Volga region – from the Astrakhan region to Tatarstan, after which this earthen wall turns to the East and is lost somewhere in the foothills of the Middle Urals. Size Zavolzhsky historical shaft cannot fail to impress: in total, its length is at least two and a half thousand kilometers!
Most scientists of various specialties have put forward many hypotheses to explain the origin of the legends of the Samarskaya Luka Peninsula on the Middle Volga. According to one hypothesis, the area of the Volga region became the last stronghold of the representatives of a certain race, who lived on the Russian plain a few thousand years ago. Pressed on all sides by enemies-nomads, these people came to the banks of the Volga river, where took refuge in remote caves and mountain gorges, and founded a mysterious underground settlements. Continue reading
Lviv has always been the heart and soul of Europe, a subject of special pride of Ukraine. In the city of Lviv was the site of important Church decrees. For the construction of temples nobles and kings spared no expense – their beauty and grandeur was a kind of iselenium patriotism. Almost all the temples of Lviv have survived preserved in a modified form. They reflect the complicated religious structure and religious community: 35,2% – Greek Catholics;
11,4% – the Ukrainian Autocephalous Orthodox Church;
9,1% – Orthodox of the Kyiv Patriarchate;
6,5% – Roman Catholics.
In Lviv there is a Russian Orthodox Church, the Armenian Apostolic Orthodox Church and a Protestant Church, Metropolitan Archdiocese of the Roman Catholic Church in Ukraine, Jewish and Islamic organizations and others. Opened in Lviv the Ukrainian Catholic University has its own theological Seminary and the Kyiv Patriarchate. The city has more than hundreds of Christian churches. Continue reading