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4 Vladivostok At Night

Vladivostok At Night


 

Photos of Vladivostok taken at night show how magnificent the city is.

It is better to reach Kholodilnik Mountain by car because the distance between the bus stops is too great to cover. 2 cell towers serve as landmarks.

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4 Responses to “Vladivostok At Night”

  1. RichardDS says:

    I am curious as to what the Russian-N. Korean border looks like which is not too far from that city. Is it heavily fortified?

    • A-Star says:

      USSR was an ally of N.Korea. Today Russia and N.Korea have a neutral relationship. They aren’t enemies. Russian-N. Korean border is only 17km long. Natural fortification is a river. There is no need in heavy fortifications.

    • Babysitter says:

      Oh, you’re lucky one.
      There is a Youtube video series where man drives across the whole Russia and actually goes all the way to North Korean border. He sees a small fence with barbed wire, small gate and single bored guardsman there.
      Search Youtube for “Road Video Expedition «Moscow – Vladivostok» Day 21 part 2/3″.

  2. John says:

    Beautiful set of Vladivostok photos! Really gives another dimension to the city. Its so different from the very useful Yandex Panorama (like Street-View only better) perspectives of Vladivostok. Just click on any blue-lined street to start your own tour of Vladivostok: http://maps.yandex.ru/-/CJacABpG

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