Soviet Dump For Empty Bottles Of Vodka Is A Beautiful Protected Beach Today

While serving as a garbage dump, the beach was dangerous and no one could walk across it because of sharp broken glass pieces. Now everything is under protection and is extremely popular, so the summer people go to bathe there, and is also attractive in winter because of glaring colorful pebbles in the snow.

Beach like a kaleidoscope. Although it appears to be created naturally, Russian Glass Beach, near Vladivostok, has occurred in that way that the “sea” of bottles affected by ocean has eroded over the years and turned the glass into stones with beautiful colors.

On this beach, people from the Soviet Union threw their old bottles of vodka, wine and beer, as well as porcelain – writes the Siberian Times. The waves that crush into her surface have shaped the broken glass into stones and so the pollution has turned into a beautiful place.

At the time when it was used as a garbage dump, the beach was dangerous and no one could walk across it because of the sharp broken pieces of glass. Now everything is under protection and is extremely popular, so the summer people go to bathe there, and is also attractive in winter because of glaring colorful pebbles in the snow.