Museum Of The Soviet Households. Ep.2

Museum Of The Soviet Households.  Ep.2


sorry money don’t touch or elbow downs whatever whatever ever kropog yawns it samovar stop sitting at home I will see you on Lenin that’s how I find all the secret schools Yeager’s DeLeon serviettes Cuba say you sir hello everybody boys and girls ladies and gentlemen my name is Sergei baklanov I am from Russia born in a USS I live in Russia which is the biggest part of the former Soviet Union that’s why I am you hear me I am the Soviet boy and this is my channel let me remind you that I came here on YouTube that to become one of top youtubers ever we am gonna kick you know kick beautifies and other so-called top bloggers asses off right now we’ll go to the museum of the Soviet households because I want to show you where I am from it’s really important to show this to you now when it’s kind of trendy them on the highs the Soviet Union come on let’s go you know the museum all I can it’s in this historical building in the historical city centre of over the capital of the Republic of Bashkortostan of Russia it’s building the guest yard is already more than 100 show this hundred years old welcome to their Museum of the Soviet household chance to see the cameraman that’s eager eager even though just 150 rubles per adult person that’s only two dollars and even less for the children for an elder people and for the students the last witches roster is here first thing that I really love about this museum that it is so-called interactive museum everything what you see you can easily not only watch but touch know wherever you will find a label don’t touch nobody will come to you and will tell you hey I blinked don’t you see can’t you read that here is written don’t touch pay an attention to this corner this is amol everything what is presented here is for sale you can buy this including these clothing and shoes look at this soviet or evidence well it is not Rebbe here but looks like really the USSF put down this clothing you can buy our sake for around let’s say for a costume party with your friends or colleagues one of my favorite dresses i would love to see on my only is this one it used to be a pretty popular in 50s 60s uniform of the you know soldier of the soviet army as a Soviet Army the cap you know the cap of the soldier and even the Cask how without the casks what’s here we have a for sale let’s say this decanter for a water a portrait of vladimir and liam such a thing for you know for the glass a lot of such a postcards here a lot of them iron pages in the Soviet Union times they produced a lot of them and many people collected their photo cameras and you know such a phone’s phone apparatuses and the money the money you know the Soviet money yep rubles that’s the rubles music turntable whatever whatever whatever ever know whatever whatever ever of course it’s a joke because in the Soviet Union time there was not as creatures because the turntables was not about that the main thing of every person in the Soviet Union that’s the passport of the USSR Soviet Union citizen the most unique thing about it is that now our Russian passports looks almost the same as this one this is my actual passport which is active now this is a passport of Russian citizen same size here is written that Russian Federation here is USSR but instead of coat of arms of the USSR here we have a two-headed Eagle passwords passwords it’s you know the same now let me declare words of the famous Soviet Union writer vladimir mayakovsky yes to you is soccer stadium duplicate indiscernible gruza sheet idea civility he address that in serviettes cover say use the drum of the pioneer of the soviet union actually the soviet pioneers has a lot in common with an american scouts i think so the 5 years theory signal got off and grandfather union a real tobacco still intact released at the soviet union and i so can feel the spirit of tobacco the packs of the cigarettes which was popular in the soviet days I use a poem and Congress the Olympic wear Mishka Olympic Mishka Moscow 1980 now when we film this in September here is the exit dedicated to the school because as in a Soviet Union now in Russia the school starts at the first of September and here and this exhibit we can see the books you know the books of the Soviet Union pupils the photographs where you can see how it’s the Soviets people Soviet students looked likes and the school bag just for one year but I used to be the Soviet school boy too in 1991 and really one of my favorite books ever was this ABC book book where there was a lot of propaganda in a good way of this because you know when you open this you can see a lot of examples of a good life the kids are in a sandbox the mother looking for them and reading the book children enjoy their time swimming in the river riding on the boats and fishing family portrait grandfather sitting with his grandson his father is also with them watching TV his wife the mother of this boy and this girl is already taking care about you know achieve so she is with the dish end up with the poles with the glasses she is getting ready to make it cheap and this grandmother sitting with your granddaughter and they are reading the book actually a lot of such examples a book which is full of good examples of how good’s the life is in a Soviet Union and a quorum it was taking a huge place in a life of the Soviet Union people because that was maybe even more popular music instruments than a guitar recital Yahweh Negroes poplin tamanna decoy a week even our Barry Katusha now we saw JB Araucana crude oil I know that I can’t sink but I don’t care when your pocket or say on a page now let’s go to the next section of this museum actually here is three section we are in the second one a lot of stuff which you can find could find inside inside of the houses and the apartments of the Soviet Union like this table with the glasses and the jars and you know of course such a famous Soviet Soviets glass really YouTube book for a housekeeping house keeping samovar pretty Russian things samovar this is a Russian Russian vodka royal royal alcohol and this is a wine wine which is called Rupa something what is closer to 90s you know such a glasses with half noodle ladies and you know if you will get a hot water here actually they becomes completely nude the siphon that’s what you could use for making an own lemonade lemonade a box with a caver you know the caver was pretty cheap in the soviet union but now if you will buy such a box of Kemmer you will have to leave a lot of money for this and matches which is dedicated to the Bolshoi Bolshoi Theatre and open for making such a special cookies special cookies which you then you know roll in a tube jars and the pots and this is for a meat cut meat cuts carpets really really in the USSR it was popular to to have such a carpets as on the floor as on a wall typical Vaako cleaner of the Soviet Union rakita rocket 77 I want to break free you know typical so far with a typical Soviet teddy bear here usually on a shelf there was always a lot of such photographs family photographs the photograph of husband and a wife at table from thirties 50s this is actually the certificate that you are into couple sets parts here the communistic Party of the Soviet Union tag tag tag attribute the Reggie Bush shittim schoolkid genic America does not say let’s go messiahs ooh sorry let’s go their house techniques a huge collection of this here and other turntables a what Elva this is their radio radio receiver and really a lot of transistors made and Soviet Union here also the TV boxes this one looks like really old one and this is more more one if talk about the USS at times do you know what was remote controls in the Soviet Union and that was the youngest members of the family now let’s look at this Soviet Union wardrobe here we can find different codes and this code is exactly as mine and let me tell you that actually this one I’ve got here as well but this one is just have different color in the Soviet Union times the people really loved the Beatles The Beatles and John Lennon so that’s why here you can find the portrait of John Lennon perfume and so the thing so that look for yourself like a you know hairdryer this is a Soviet Union hairdryer a lot of perfumes you can still open them and sniff and feel the spirits of the Soviet Union Avenue must be lights of Moscow perfume how is the electric razors and a Soviet Union looked like next final third section here corner of the photograph and a Soviet Union times there was a lot of photo cameras Zenit semina and others it was a pretty popular hobby around the Soviets man why you girls love the photograph more than just the usual guys can you tell me the equipment for making the photographs it’s now you can just photograph and everything will be recorded on the flash cards and then you just can open this on your computer and that just print on a special printer but those days you must need to have a special room darkroom and you was need to see it and work on it and make all the photographs it was a whole process different dose for the girls in our typical Iron Horse for the kids surprising to me to see such a role because in my childhood I never had a role because it’s a gambling so how the gambling was in a Soviet Union but then I have seen here the label that it was producer in Estonia Estonian Republic of the Soviet Union so maybe that’s why we had such a gambling toy for the kids huge collection of so-called dear films this is a film with that positive not a negative but a positive slides you place it here and one of such equipments and or look on a screen or just you know Pro Xing this on a wall the toy which is in Russia known as Neve Alaska that means unfallen there unfallen or something what scans full you see it can’t fall no matter what you do with this and this is you this is the bottoms deities something like a typical corner of the Soviet Union apartments two armchairs the lamp and the shelves all the shelves here is something like a domestic library and I use ass at times it was kind of fashionable to have a lot of books is special in such hardcovers I mean not just the usual books but the books that looks good well magazines and things like that really in the Soviet Union times people love to read another whole bit of the Soviet Union citizens that’s the chance in a Soviet Union times and still now in Russia there are kind of professional and really strong chair school so that’s why there a lot of strong players and even world chess champions from the Soviet Union and now from Russia some more techniques including the techniques of the late 80s beginning of 90s VHS system is actually yeah VHS cassettes in this corner about another hobby but mostly the hobby of a Russian of Soviet Union women that’s a sailing sailing there was not a huge variety of different dresses you know and clothing in the Soviet Union so that’s why Amelia many women just was suing the clothing themselves subscribe subscribe my channel right now or I will see you I will see something dedicated to the winter sports wholeness of the Soviet Union citizens huge collection of this keys produced in the Soviet Union this kids oh yeah yeah let’s gates that’s what I can use to smash P deep eyes face up you know cute and that’s it look the sledge is something else I can use to kick PewDiePie sir that’s all come on come on here stop taking your home stops eating at home you don’t go to folks and you know what this is something what I have and wild childhoods little bicycle bicycle bicycle I want to ride my bicycle I want to ride my bike [Music] while little while now in the end of this video let me introduce you Christina this is a Christina Christina a Brahma Shiva and she is actually the creator of this museum for many years she is collecting all of this stuff and finally what created this museum and now we can see the real life picture of how people the visitors here are sitting on this table and drinking a wine this is the guest from you cotillion book this is your cotillion work the thing that today he ran over was a marathon you know there they was running he was running right we be aggressive in their win over a folia and finally came here specially to this museum the Museum of Soviet Union has to check all the exhibits here because not everywhere you can find such a museum not in every city because not in every city you will find such a Christina who are taking care of the Soviet Union memory you [Applause] and the final thing I want to show you in this museum this Soviet Union ambulance and the main thing here is not even this Vaseline but this magic iron box this is the way to all people’s minds I will show you now how it works here I have this syringe I used to make any actions into the people’s bodies and that’s how I find all the secrets about Europe and the United States of course and if you don’t want me to use this syringe into your asses then just subscribe my channel never forgets about my Instagram about my Facebook comment and like my channel like I told you why because if you will dislike it I will find you and will make any reaction I’m not joking I never joking anyone when I’m joking you really can see if I’m really are my name is Sergey Buckley Cove I’m from Russia born in a u.s. asset live in Russia see forget your ass in the car go Lada that’s the power a yelling and some stars honest I am hot you reason drivers hey why are you singing here yeah

100 Comments on "Museum Of The Soviet Households. Ep.2"


  1. If you can swing it. Some video of the city via a DJI Phantom 4 would be awesome. A bit like "CaseyNeistat" vblog on YouTube. Or even a GoPro attached to a big kite. Just don't fly out by the airport.

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  2. Did you ever listen to "The VOA"? When you come to America and are traveling around you guys can sleep in your tent at the KOA camp grounds. Not exactly related but cheap, sometimes. How's about Radio Kiev or Radio Moscow? (They pulled the plug years ago.)

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  3. great video as always Sergey! Is the museum located inside the gostinyy dvor? I'll be in Ufa for a month in December so I'll definetely visit this museum. By the way I hope to meet you up there in Ufa!

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  4. GREAT Sergey! I have to laugh all the time! (Here everything is
    different than Real Russia channel, but I must say that this video is
    very well thought out, beautifully presentation and I find very
    interesting the objects that Christina has collected and a museum has
    shaped it!
    Thank you Sergey for these beautiful impressions from the C.C.C.P. Households Museum.

    Greetings
    Ettore
    as always translated with the help of google

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  5. Hey you are crazy but these videos are really interesting and good. You made those poor people who were eating feel awkward as hell and it was too funny. hahaha..

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  6. We had a lot of this stuff in the DDR…the politicans were fucked up but life was kind of less stressful back in the days…

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  7. 19:23 …aww, I thought it was a metal box holding old bottles of the cure-all household Morphine. Very cool syringes though.

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  8. Dat Wus good! You should produce a video of you kicking Pewdiepie when you pass his arse. Use a real needle in that syringe when you do!! Hahaha!

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  9. Jajajajaj qué divertido eres en este canal. Qué museo tan simple y grandioso, buenos artículos para recordar la Unión Soviética. Deberías grabar un vídeo en un mercado de pulgas o algo parecido. ¡Вся власть советского мальчика!

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  10. you have no idea how i want that kind of closet for hanging clothes; i remember my parents had it for long time in soviet times; here in California one costs about $1,500.00

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  11. i grew up in cuba i have seen many of these things.soviet cartoons,soviet items,soviet mags like sputnik etc…a blast from the past.

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  12. Very surprised to see that glass with a nude woman. We in the West were always told that when it came to things like that the Soviets were very prudish !

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  13. That's the most in depth analysis of a child's reading book lol also that book leaves out all the 15 other people you'd live with in the USSR flats

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  14. Sergey me and my Wilf love your videos . we are from chama new mexico usa keep them the videos coming .we always new you folks in the ussr were not much deferent from us here in the us thanks for the good work we love you over here brother

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  15. Very funny i like seeing the citys im coming to Russia this year 2017 very nice video i live in USA North Carolina

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  16. I wonder if houses would be painted the same colors as this museum. It's much more colorful than I'd have imagined.

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  17. The museum looks like some antique shop in Estonia.
    Btw, pioneers had almost 80% common with guides movement, not scouts.
    Caviar was maybe cheap in Kurilis close to Japan but not in European part. In Estonia it was faked, made of fish.
    All electronics was very very expensive.
    The toy roulette was really produced in Estonia and was called "Ring-Lotto". I had one and played once.
    The skies called Visu and Estonia were also produced in Estonia. But the museum lacks another Estonian giga-hit. the plastic sled Salvo.
    I had the wooden machine gun you are fooling with, it was very cheap.

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  18. Хороший музей, по бытовым вопросам на 5-7 от США в те оды отставали. Щас бы были впереди 😉

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  19. my country just qualified to the World Cup after 35 years, and….. I am seriously thinking about traveling to Russia so your videos come in handy my friend, thank you and greetings from the Always-Sunny Miami Beach!

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  20. Sergey, Vino Župa sdelanno ne v CCCP, a v moey strane – Serbii (togda Yugoslavii)… Privet iz Serbii!

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  21. We still have Soviet museom in Finland, it is called Lenin museom. There is funny story when soviet collaps, they start to talk what to do with Lenin, they start to think to keep it or move it becaue russia was not communist anymore. well some people say that send Lenin to Finland to Lenin museo. It is sad that never happaned. But it still funny story.

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  22. no icons? ….OR are the icons at Grandma's house hidden underneath the photos of Lenin? where were the icons hidden?

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  23. drugs? Are you demonstrating how high people got in Soviet Union?…..there is something very peculiarly strange about your behavior….{how so?}…well you were much more restrained in your visit to the hermitage,

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  24. So they let you just pick up and play with the museum artifacts? I want to go there and take a bunch of stuff home with me.

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  25. @SovietBoy Sergey 8:34 you were tricked by "VINO ZUPA" label which is a company name. ZUPA is geographical origin for a vine made in Serbia. That was once filled with CHERRY JUICE (Sok) (Pasteurized) made in Aleksandrovac, Serbia Ex YUGOSLAVIA (see bottom label part). One of mine favorite juices back in 70's. And YES "VINO ZUPA" makes a lot of good vine but juices as well.
    A lot of items were the same, or very similar to Serbian experience, not hand but foot operated Singer sewing machine, Pioniri, Bukvar (no myaki znak in Serbian lang.) housekeeping, just recently govt. eliminated "Housekeeping" from elementary school curriculum. Just by chance discovered your video about Sergei Rachmaninoff, and got hooked. Keep up good work tovarish ;-). SUBSCRIBED!

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  26. Hello SB, I am from Serbia, and remember that my fathers first camera was shiny metallic "KIEV" decent specs at the time being used, and seccond camera was "ZENIT B". They are still in working condition. Congrats to Kristina SSSR Memorabilia Museum. Privet from Canada.

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  27. Russia has propaganda, England has propaganda, not designed to see "outsider" as being friendly.

    Ps,the Soviet army uniform is unbelievably cute!

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  28. So between your channel and Bald's channel, I get the impression that the USSR hasn't been completely buried. Maybe in 50 years it will be harder to find these things?

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  29. Okay so you say that the Beetles were loved in the USSR? Actually Western music was banned by the Communist Party as subversive! The only western music you Russians had was smuggled in from the West.

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  30. You are acting strange. Maybe someone has told you that if you act like a mean
    person that you will be successful. I say they are wrong. I like the old you.

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