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Alexey Belous, a graphic designer from Tula, created 44 posters for the 2018 World Cup. The posters are dedicated to the cities and stadiums of the championship, as well as to all national teams.

On the posters dedicated to the stadiums, the author shows how this sports festival is held in the cities with football stadiums in their centers. The arenas are reminiscent of schemes and drawings, as the World Cup is a big construction project.

All cities and national teams of the World Cup in Russia.

Posters for the World Cup 2018 in Russia, poster 1

cool posters of the World Cup 2018

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Museum of Weapons in Tula

The Tula State Weapons Museum, founded in 1775, is the oldest museum of weapons in Russia and one of the main attractions of Tula. In 2012, a new building in the form of a medieval Russian helmet was constructed for the museum (Oktyabr’skaya Street, 2).

Near the building there is an exhibition of Russian military equipment of the second half of the 20th century. Inside you can learn about the history of firearms and cold steel from the 14th century to the present. Photos by: babs71.

1. The building of the museum.

Museum of Weapons in Tula, Russia, photo 1

guns, guns, and more guns

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Today, you don’t necessarily need to have a drone to look at the city of Tula from above.

In the spring of 2016, the city received a new bronze attraction – a sculpture showing the historic city center as of 1913. Photos by: Sergey Rubtsov.

Bronze monument Miniature Tula, Russia, photo 1

Old Tula – the view from above

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Tula Kremlin, a stone fortress located in the center of Tula, is a monument of Russian defense architecture of the 16th century.

The fortress was built to protect the southern borders of the Russian state from the raids of Crimean Tatars. The photos were taken by Dimon Porter Gazin.

Tula Kremlin, Russia, photo 1

explore Tula Kremlin

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Tula is a historic Russian city first mentioned in 1146. It is located 170 km south of Moscow. Photo by Pavel Minaev

Tula city, Russia

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