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8 Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Travelling Along the Russian Far East

Posted on June 12, 2012 by team


Extreme tour all over Russia, from Moscow to Vladivostok. The Far Eastern part.

The biggest head of Lenin is in Ulan-Ude. It is 8 m high and it has Buryat slant of palpebral fissures.

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8 Responses to “Travelling Along the Russian Far East”

  1. Foq says:

    Batmobile? A stock corvette more like it…

  2. Richard S says:

    I am curious what the N Korea and Russian border crossing looks like…

    • Babysitter says:

      There is a video on Youtube. Narrow gravel road with small rusty barbed wire fence and iron gate and a single bored guard. Barely anything happens there.

  3. CZenda says:

    What exactly was extreme about the trip?

  4. Mercal says:

    You know China is near by because of vessels carrying Chinese goods to America.

  5. Mark Knudsen says:

    Amazing pictures. You can see the complete contrast of the two nations which also happens to be side by side. In addition, they are political allies. Anyway, I think you has an amazing trip, and thanks for sharing it to us.

  6. swedish prostitutes never finished anything in history says:

    whats up with the filter it looks like 70s but its not as you can see on the new bridge in valdovostock?? you make this on porpoise why??

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