Oct 28, 2015
The Ultimate 12 Public Penises of Russia
Today we can fly, which allows you to jump all over the vast conglomerate of republics, territories, and oblasts in search of beefcake.
Other than Siberian swimming star Vlad Morozov, of course.
I'm skipping over Moscow and St. Petersburg, which have enough beefcake art for their own posts.
By the way, white people are called Caucasians because they were once thought to originate in the Caucasian Mountains.
4. Another five hours to Nalchik, capital of the Republic of Kabardino-Balkarina, another Caucasian state, and another buffed warrior.
Outside of the Kazan Kremlin is this statue of a shirtless, defiant Musa Calil, a Tatar poet and resistance fighter executed by the Nazis.
More after the break
11. And this Neptune-like naked man, actually a symbol of the Yenisei River, which flows from Lake Baikal into the Artic Ocean.
See also: The Russian Beefcake Museum; and the Penis Museum of Moscow.