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I loved this tucked away little place on the shores of Lake Baikal. The outside is filled with old cars from the Soviet era but inside is the most breathtaking art painted by the owner and renowned Russian artist Vladimir Osipov. I only wish I...More
Nice collection of old objects and cars, sculptures and paintings. The owners were extremely friendly and it was very interesting to have a chat with them. They made my made. Definitely worth to go. It's a small place but full of charm.
A jumble of old Soviet era vehicles, many just rusting away in the grass, some turned into sculptures, but all charmingly evocative. There's also a collection of other stuff - old phones, adding machines, cash registers, and the like. The place is set back from...More
It's been a strange visit we payed for. We were met by a dull boy who was rude, didn't want to answer simple questions, looked awful and disappeared afterwords. We didn't understand what was happening and left. I work as a guide. We came with...More
This is an interesting place to visit all year round. It's basically a private yeard filled with rusty cars, motorcycles and sculptures made out of scrap metal.
It was really difficult to find the place but I'm glad that we didn't give up.