On visiting Russia, one could see stunning sights such as beautiful cathedrals, riverbanks and nuclear warheads, according to a new advertisement by Russian airline Aeroflot.
In their bid to entice tourists to Moscow, the ad depicts a melodious scene.
However, upon closer inspection a convoy of military trucks carrying intercontinental ballistic missiles can be spotted.
The poster, which was designed to promote the airline’s flights from Brussels to Moscow, popped up around the Belgian capital’s train stations.
“You can’t miss it, the missiles are blatantly and obviously there. You see people walking by, doing a double take,” The Herald Sun quoted a commuter, as saying to a UK newspaper.
Russia also showed off its tanks and weapons this year at the annual World War II victory parade.