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World Cup 2018: The hidden world of Russian goalposts

Discussion in 'People/Places/Events' started by Wilbur, Jun 13, 2018.

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    As the World Cup draws closer, Reuters photographers have been documenting the colourful, creative and modest world of goalposts found in communities around Russia .

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    The town of Dolgoprudny in the Moscow region


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    An Orthodox church in the Siberian village of Tyulkovo in Krasnoyarsk region


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    Hay fills a goal during the traditional Cossack games outside the village of Arkhonskaya in the Republic of North Ossetia, Alania


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    Having a swinging time in St Petersburg


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    The village of Bolshaya Dzhalga in Stavropol region


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    The Siberian settlement of Novosyolovo, Krasnoyarsk region


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    Ostrov Otdykha (the Island of Rest), located in the middle of the Yenisei River in Krasnoyarsk


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    Cossacks sit on a bench next to some goalposts covered with a screen during the traditional Cossack games outside the village of Arkhonskaya in the Republic of North Ossetia, Alania


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    Verkhnyaya Biryusa village, in the Taiga area near the Russian Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk


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    A ****ist centre on the bank of the Belyo Lake in the Republic of Khakassia, Siberia


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    A cadet holds a model of a sword as he trains at the stadium of the General Yermolov Cadet School in Stavropol
     
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