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I love Đ•katerinburg. It’s true. This city made me who I am. It’s a very important part of me, and we are well suited to each other.

But I am ashamed. Ashamed of Ekaterinburg, for its appearance, how it is treated by the authorities. I think our city deserves something better. Maybe, deserve better leaders than now.

This work I didn’t mean to insult or offend citizens.

It’s just a statement of fact, it’s time to call a spade a spade.

What I see every day, is more suitable naming “Dirtburg”, instead of graceful and noble “Ekaterinburg”.

I hope that someday the city will get rid of all the assholes who don’t want or can’t support at least the minimum cleanliness in the streets, and we stop shifting responsibility from janitors to drivers and back. And then, we will forget the shame like a nightmare.


Natalie Nosova
Maria Balakireva
Ivan ArtVandal


Ekaterinburg, 2016