15, 1905 Goda Street, +7 905 934 93 57, Novosibirsk, happymuseum.ucoz.ru
Organised in 2009 by a family of Irina and Yuri Dryomin, The Museum of Happiness quickly became popular for ‘the feeling of pure joy it leaves you with’, as visitors say.
The owners of the museum travel the world to gather the items, symbolising happiness to people of different cultures. There is a collection of ‘German Happiness’, along with the one for France, Russia and Kazakhstan.
There is a separate collection called ‘Children Happiness’, with some carefully selected toys from 1970-1980s.
Believed to have been distracted by her cell phone, she mows down people as they cross the road in on Russky Island near Vladivostok.
Siberian ancestors hunted the squat short-legged horse, even though this type of animal was believed to have been wiped out 400,000 years ago.
Intriguing finds from archeological excavations in old garrison town of Tara, a key historic staging post to the east.
Pictures prove the gruesome fate of reindeer 'to meet demands for traditional medicines in China and South Korea'.
Waves on Russia's Pacific shoreline crafted old bottles, porcelain and tiles into a sparkling tourist attraction.