Young Russian photographers Vadim Mahora and Vitali Raskalovvm, also known as the “Crazy Russian Kids,” set out on a month-long trip around Europe climbing up massive skyscrapers and photographing their view from the top.

Once the tallest building in the pre-modern world.

The photographers were recently discovered for illegally climbing the Great Pyramid of Giza a few months ago. This stunt of theirs has earned them recent fame and even a few sponsors to help fund their high-altitude urban photography.

The guys climbed the construction crane atop Antoni Gaudi's masterwork, the Sagrada Familia, which is still under construction after more than 130 years.

In Barcelona, they climbed the construction crane atop Antoni Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia, which has been under construction ongoing 130 years.


These pictures capture their journey to Frankfurt, Barcelona and Warsaw.

Spanish resort town of Benidorm

Warsaw, their favorite site, was also the site of their first arrest. But according to the duo, the police were “good guys”.

The view from above Paris Barcelona The guys' favorite spot.

Palms sweating yet? If not, check out Mahora’s Live Journal that documents their entire trip.