All posts filed under “Novosibirsk

Siberian Exiles

“We live in Novosibirsk”. Every day that phrase can deliver almost 1.5 million. Among them are foreigners, who lives in the city becomes a real challenge. They come here to work, learn and observe the solar eclipse. If they want to stay here forever? Hardly. But each of them, we believe, is trying to get some pleasure from being here.

metkere.com discussed with the three foreigners their lives in the city. Read More

IKEA decorates subway train in Siberia

IKEA

Photos by [Maya Shelkovnikova](http://lubitel.su/) & [Ilia Kabanov](http://metkere.com/en).

Last night a subway train decorated in IKEA style was introduced in Novosibirsk (Russia). Four cars were turned into a mobile showroom of the Swedish design.

The redesigned train, which features a colorful seats and fancy curtains, will carry passengers until June 6, 2009.

IKEA

IKEA

IKEA in subway

IKEA

[More photos here](http://flickr.com/photos/nokato/sets/72157608711068244/).

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Civil Defence

Civil defence exercises

Photo: [Valery Titievsky](http://dotfoto.blogspot.com/).

[Civil defence exercises](http://dotfoto.blogspot.com/2008/11/blog-post_2277.html) in one of the local schools. Novosibirsk, USSR, 1989.

Herzau in Novosibirsk

Andreas Herzau

Photo: Andreas Herzau.

[HelloHamburg HelloNewYork](http://hellonewyorkhellohamburg.blogspot.com/) is a blog about street photography by [Andreas Herzau](http://herzauonscreen.com/) in Hamburg and [Stefan Falke](http://www.stefanfalke.com/) in New York.

Andreas Herzau currently resides in Novosibirsk, Russia, and makes nice shots every day.

Natalia Vodianova: I try to be a good mother

Natalia Vodianova
Natalia Vodianova. Photos by [Maya Shelkovnikova](http://lubitel.su/).

Natalia Vodianova’s the [Naked Heart Foundation](http://www.nakedheart.org/), which builds play parks for Russian children, has opened its playground in Novosibirsk, Russia, on 20th of September. Natalia Vodianova told at the press-conference the playground was built with the support of local authorities for about 9 millions rubles which were shared between the foundation, city administration and local NGO. Read More