11 The Frozen Beauty Of Krasnoyarsk City

The Frozen Beauty Of Krasnoyarsk City


Krasnoyarsk is one of those cities that make you want to come back.

Local winters are very severe. In temperature -30 degrees Celsius and very high humidity it is difficult to stay in the streets for longer than 10 minutes.

We are standing on the roof of the 28-storey building which is seen from any part of the city. It was constructed in 1980 and then the process was stopped due to some financial difficulties. Now it undergoes some changes.

Metropol business center.

The bridge leads to Tatishev island across the Yenisei river.

Krasnoyarsk is the largest city in the Eastern Siberia and Far East of Russia. It is inhabited by 980 thousand people. The city was built in 1628 and grew fast after golding mines were discovered.

The river is not covered with ice anymore because of hydroelectric power plant of Krasnoyarsk.

During construction of the plant scientists made some mistakes in their calculations as related to prognosis of ecological outcomes. Thus, it was thought that the unfreezing band will be 20 km long. But it extended for 200 km and it produced a great influence on climate and ecology.

The bridge connects two districts of the city.

The right bank of the city is represented by a vast industrial area. Houses built there are intended for employees of the enterprises.

This is the highest Christmas tree in Russia which is 36-38 meters high.

The Tower of Krasnoyarsk administration is the main symbol of the city.

Central stadium.

Central part of the city.

They started to build the subway in 1995 but it was stopped later.

The reservation area is related to the main sight of the city.

Location: Krasnoyarsk

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11 Responses to “The Frozen Beauty Of Krasnoyarsk City”

  1. perristalsis says:

    Living in Florida, when I see winter scenes, I remember the line from the Hindu scripture, the Bhagavad-Gita… “Now, I am become Death, the destroyer of worlds.”

  2. popalumi says:

    ORASUL E ATIT DE MARE CA AM AMETIT.

  3. Gabby says:

    Nice set of photographs. Lovely looking city.

  4. Mercal says:

    Is it dangerous standing atop of a building/ledge/boulder covered in icy/snow?

    • geoff says:

      Standing there is not dangerous, falling is not too dangerous, but the sudden stop at the bottom can be real dangerous !

  5. Mariel says:

    Humnnnn very dangerous, very good pictures, thanks!

  6. Scott says:

    Awesome! – I have huge respect for all the young men and women who go out to take such incredible! photo-documentaries. This set is particularly impressive. Stay safe you guys!

  7. Danila the Siberian says:

    Yes! This is my city! Bottom photo – Park «Rock Pillars»! He is considered one of the natural wonders of Russia! Welcome to our city!

  8. Stacy says:

    Excellent photos. Lived there for a year and loved the city, scenery, and the people. Hope to return someday.

  9. Livia Miron says:

    Thank you for these amazing photographs! Krasnoyarsk is breathtaking, and Siberia itself simply fascinating. Every year when snow begins to fall here in Romania, I get the impulse to look at photos of Siberia :) I would love to see it for myself some day.

  10. Mister Twister says:

    For whatever reasons, I find that place beautiful.

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