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A Journey Across Russia

5 Oct

The Trans-Siberian Railway linking Moscow to Vladivostok is more than 9000 km long spanning 7 time zones. Starting in Moscow it goes through Kazan, crosses the Ural Mountains and Siberia, approaches Lake Baikal finally ending in Vladivostok, on the shore of the Pacific Ocean.

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Kamchatka: the Land of Fire, Ice and Mountains

27 Sep

The Kamchatka Peninsular is one of the most remote parts of Russia known for its geysers and volcanoes virtually untouched by human hands. There are more than 160 volcanoes here, 29 of them still active.

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The azure water of crater lakes is rimmed with ice even in June.

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