11 Kirovsk And Its Landscapes

Kirovsk And Its Landscapes

Posted on January 22, 2011 by team

Kirovsk lies at the bottom of the Hibin Mountains, the hugest mountain range in the Kolsky peninsula. Kirovsk is a popular Russian mountain skiing centre, but the condition of some elevators seems to tell the opposite… In any case views of the city and landscapes shot from the 1075-meter-height Aikuaivenchorr mountain won’t leave anybody indifferent!

The chairlift was unfortunately nonoperating…

The nebulosity was also killing all the hopes for beautiful landscapes…


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11 Responses to “Kirovsk And Its Landscapes”

  1. Leon says:


  2. Ser says:


  3. Mahmoud A. says:

    So much snow and ice! Did you wear protective clothing around your testicles?

  4. Boritz says:

    Beautiful views, but this area is another that is heavily toxically polluted from minerals processings. You would not want to live here for long.

  5. asteroid no. 444 says:

    “Nebulosity”.. LOL!! I live in a nebulosity! :-)

  6. donetski says:

    Beautiful as expected :) do you know what temperature it was? looks warm like 20 minus with that cloud.

  7. Musa says:

    This village appears industrialistic, sharp, ridged and quite uninviting, (there are no cute little Russian homes with fancy woodwork and lots of color) but the surrounding mountains are absolutely beautiful.

    It’s sad to hear it’s not a healthy environment to live in.

    And WTF, that train station looks beautiful, why was it abandoned like that? That really sux.

    Great photos, thanks for sharing them.

  8. strannik says:

    ‘HUY VAM’ smb’s written on the kiosk

  9. Alberto says:

    I ve been there a couple of times. Kirovsk r00lz!!

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