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5 Trip to Rybachij Peninsula  the Northernmost Part of Western Russia

Trip to Rybachij Peninsula the Northernmost Part of Western Russia

Posted on June 17, 2014 by tim


 

A team of bloggers took a trip to the Northernmost part of Western Russia. It is as far North as Northern Finland and Northern Norway (so it’s even further North than Santa Claus who is said to be native of Lapland, Finland).

“The Kola peninsula has its special magic, many bloggers can confirm that you get addicted to going back there at least once a year. And the Rybachij Peninsula has all these qualities quadrupled. Very strong place.” says Dmitry, the person who took these photos, while describing his trip to this land where you can see the atomic Russian submarines departing to the depths of the Arctic Ocean. The photos are clickable for larger, nicer versions.

The bloggers were traveling using ATVs in order to reach the most picturesque places laying off the grid.

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5 Responses to “Trip to Rybachij Peninsula the Northernmost Part of Western Russia”

  1. john says:

    It looks like fun

  2. MartinCZ says:

    Yes, really beautiful views. I want to visit Kola too.

  3. zaleks says:

    It is so nice. I will go there definitely.

  4. Jim William says:

    Once again…exquisite photography!

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