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Perm. Zaton. Ship Graveyard.
There is a well-known, so-called backwater in Perm, where the film “The Geographer Drank His Globe Away” was filmed, based on the novel of the same name by Alexei Ivanov. Well, to be more precise, Kamsky Ship Repair LLC, which was opened in 1872 by the Kamensky steamship company. Most of the backwater is occupied by old ships and landing stages that have already completed their lives. They look like sleeping whales or enchanted castles. Everyone has first names, and some have last names. And everyone has their own story. Есть в Перми небезызвестный, так называемый затон, где был снят фильм "Географ глобус пропил", по одноименному роману Алексея Иванова. Ну а если быть точнее ООО «Камский судоремонт», который был открытый в 1872 г. фирмой пароходчиков Каменских. Большую часть затона занимают старые корабли и дебаркадеры, уже закончившие свою жизнь. Они похожи на спящих китов или на заколдованные замки. У всех есть имена, а у некоторых — фамилии. И у каждого — собственная история.
Copyright: Eugene Orlov
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 11576x5788
Taken: 02/03/2024
Caricate: 03/03/2024
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Tags: perm; zaton; ship graveyard.
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