25 The Permafrost Museum

The Permafrost Museum

Posted on April 18, 2008 by


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More than 65% of the territory of Russia is covered with a permanent ice – the permafrost. And they have the museum devoted to the permafrost in one of such regions.

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25 responses to “The Permafrost Museum”

  1. asspirin says:

    Охренительно красиво,но жить там желания нету….

  2. Boris Abramov says:

    Good place for porn movie with Sarah

  3. xazzaxas says:

    nice.

  4. Al Gore says:

    Of course, this is Photoshop. Russia is melting! The world is melting! That’s the truth — and what are you doing to save the world?

    • Kris says:

      I for example turn off my monitor for 1 minute every 5 minutes which will significantly postpone the global meltdown.

  5. cykalox says:

    thats the big frezer russia keeps all of it’s dead bodies in, but you have to go down further. I know this becasue they thought i was dead…but i was just sleeping.

  6. James says:

    Where is this museum?

  7. chaosgone says:

    That’s a good place to chill… 8)

  8. visitor says:

    I hope prisoners didn’t build this, as Igarka was a camp for the Great Arctic Railroad (Project 503)

  9. John from Kansas says:

    Interesting and unique.

  10. wackyruss says:

    Muzey Vechnoy Merzlot’

    (That is the text from the first pic translated from Cyrillic)

    What does it mean?

    I assume Muzey is Museum but what’s the rest?!?

  11. bb says:

    this is neat, though it would probably be more interesting if we had translations for the signs.

  12. muzhik says:

    Al Gore is a liar.

    Global warming is a fraudulent concept used for politicizing and personal gain. 😉

  13. lithuanian says:

    Very very cool.

  14. Satan says:

    Oh noes.. my underworld has been foundz

  15. Louise says:

    Totally agree. This is fascinating especially for those of us in a temperate climate. I would love to see some explanations of what the different frosts are.

  16. Kris says:

    Cool, thanks for posting these. I think that this is the one in Yakutsk, is that right?

  17. art fellon says:

    Come to the cold Manitoba Canadian winter where people have to have block heaters and rear window frost shields installed in their cars due to the extreme cold weather winters

  18. w says:

    Ice building up around the lights – Fake

  19. A remarkable feat just to construct this museum in the permafrost and tundra – never mind take such wonderful and enchanting photos – kudos

  20. Vaizdo stebejimo kamerų montavimas says:

    Cool stuff

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