In the Chelyabinsk region there is a village called Paris Nagaybaks live here - a small nation, composed before 1917 in the Cossack class. Nearby are other villages with the same name that speaks - Kassel, Leipzig, Arsi, Berlin and Fershampenuaz. They are named after battles in which excelled nagaybatskoe Cossacks. It was they who in 1814 stormed the strengthening of Montmartre, ending the Napoleonic wars - in honor of this feat village in the Ural steppes named after the French capital. And now, even in the village of Paris has its Eiffel Tower!
Cell tower was built in 2005 by Uralsvyazinform (brand Utel). It is said that its construction cost 12 million rubles, while the construction of a traditional cell tower requires 8 million.
It is six times smaller than the present, and unfortunately it can not be reached. Height up - 50 meters.
And the village itself is small, about 800 houses which are home to 2,000 people. Back in the village has a museum of the history of the village, but for our arrival it was closed. In the background you can see the house of culture.
An excellent illustration of "See Paris and die." Nearby is the monument to the fallen in the Great Patriotic War.