4 Vladivostok At Night

Vladivostok At Night


 

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


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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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