3 At the Crossing of Three States

At the Crossing of Three States

Posted on October 10, 2013 by team


Right now we are going to show you a unique place – biosphere reserve of the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Science. Why is it unique? Because 98% of its area is occupied by the sea.

The reserve consists of the four protected sections.

There is a cemetery of North Korean poaching boats on the local shore that stretches for seventeen kilometers.

The border of the three states – China, North Korea and Russia.

Not so far are many abandoned boats…

All of them were detained for poaching.

Their owners used to trespass losing orientation in the fog.

After detention owners of the boats are deported, it’s too expensive for them to transport the boats back. So they leave them here.

However anyone is allowed to visit this place.

There is much North Korean garbage near and in the boats.

Yes, it’s the territory of the reserve.

via smitsmitty

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3 Responses to “At the Crossing of Three States”

  1. Richard S. says:

    Web master… I am interested seeing how Russia shares the border with North Korea. Are there any detailed photos or links?

    • lednew says:

      Cities of Tamanguny, North Korea
      Khasan, Russia. and Fangchuancan, China

      42 deg. 24′ 55.71″ N and 130 deg 30′ 25.70″sec E

  2. lednew says:

    Near Khasan, Russia 42 deg 24 min 55.71 sec N 130 deh 30 min 25.70 sec E

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