anyone speak russian?
i have backpacked through eastern europe where the cyrillic alphabet is used more widespread than the latin alphabet. When i was in the ukraine, and when i was in bulgaria, i had to become proficient in translating cyrillic street signs really fucking quickly…. seeing as how my map had street names written in the latin alphabet, but the street signs were using cyrillic.
so i know that when i look at the cyrillic alphabet, i know that the P is actually an R, and the backwards N is an I, and the H is an N, and the thing that looks like a train coming down the tracks at you is a D ….
that being said, i have no clue what this fucking says.
found on lippincott street near bloor street