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Old Posted Oct 13, 2015, 5:41 PM
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When will they be operating those trams?



That's some of the hottest stuff ever seen. They need to run these for real.
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^^They promised in 2017 have to produce in series. Let's see, the crisis interfere.

Until released here is a low-floor tram:











Incidentally Yekaterinburg bought more than 60 new low-floor buses "MAZ"











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Old Posted Oct 21, 2015, 2:58 PM
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Bon! Then long live industry. It's looking better and better.

Hey, I think they actually spell it gray. I know they're annoying. I always make that same mistake. Gray or grey? I'm unable to remember.
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Bon! Then long live industry. It's looking better and better.

Hey, I think they actually spell it gray. I know they're annoying. I always make that same mistake. Gray or grey? I'm unable to remember.
Grey color meaning. Cloudy, gloomy.
Use interpreters Yandex and Google.
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Old Posted Oct 22, 2015, 7:09 AM
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The next year, we should begin to build "DreamWorks"


This should be a park in the capital of the Urals DreamWorks: building area of 100 thousand square meters, a height of about 30 meters.






On the second floor is a cinema, a dinosaur park, the concert hall and on the ground - a skating rink.









Shopping and entertainment center: 150 000 square meters. m

Theme Park Dream Works: 120,000 sq. m

Multiplex: 15 rooms, including room IMAX

Hotel: 500 rooms

Multi-functional concert hall: 3,000 seats

dinosaur Park

Parking: 11 000 cars
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Houses successful people

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дома коррупционеров
что есть то есть. но я верю что есть и большой процент тех кто реальные бизнесмены, не из власти, честным своим трудом заработавшие на такой дом.
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I heard some British and German businessmen heartily state that corruption allegations were widely overdone as some slanderous stereotype when it comes to Russia, and I believe what they say.

Anyway, quite frankly, most these houses are of some nouveau riche post-modernish taste, not the most sophisticated.

This is more interesting, I find.

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They may build some fantastic, ultra comfy luxury homes of this modern style.
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What kind of house you can build any less successful businessman.
If you do not take the value of the land, then for $ 50000- $ 100000 in Russia can build a full house, of about 250-350 square meters.





It is the home of my grandfather. Not yet completed. He is not corrupt.









So these houses may have only corrupt false expression.
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They may build some fantastic, ultra comfy luxury homes of this modern style.
Recently, we have a very fashionable to build such homes. Often I see rich people build their own in this style, constructivism. But the flat roofs are very expensive. Panormanye large windows too expensive.

Here is an unusual homes in the suburbs of Yekaterinburg:







































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mm, yea, some of these right above are fashionable these days. On the southern coast of this country that your wealthier countrymen frequently visit, they would cost a motherfucking fortune, I think.

But my own thoughts and cheers will go to your grandpa, sincerely.
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Suburb of Yekaterinburg.

These houses may be gaudy, but I find myself drawn to that one under construction.

See that brick and those walls? That's solid construction. For as ostentatious as they are, these are very well-built houses. Much better built than their American cousins, that's for sure. Lower labor and materials costs sure don't hurt, either.
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These houses may be gaudy, but I find myself drawn to that one under construction.

See that brick and those walls? That's solid construction. For as ostentatious as they are, these are very well-built houses. Much better built than their American cousins, that's for sure. Lower labor and materials costs sure don't hurt, either.
The walls are load-bearing brick or Foam concrete, aerocrete.
Facade lined with brick.





Wet facade.













Covering slabs:

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