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5 Means of Transport Behind the Arctic Circle

Means of Transport Behind the Arctic Circle

Posted on May 6, 2015 by team


Essey is a village in Evenkia behind the Arctic circle, a beautiful place with amazing nature around, a nice lake Essey full of fish and sunny summer that lasts only two months a year though. All remaining months last under the reign of the Snow Queen, so villagers need special vehicles for transportation. Ordinary cars can rarely be seen here, they are replaced by snowmobiles which sometimes form real traffic jams!

Another important means of transport in Essey is a helicopter. Life in the village fully depends on flying vehicles: they bring food, post and aid, they replace buses. Locals always look forward to meet another helicopter.

Blogger shok-darvina came to Essey with an environmental project “Evenki reindeer” and was surprised to see such an amazing unknown world. Everything seemed new, including the relations of the locals with their equipment. Since the very early years children learn to deal with tracked vehicles.

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5 Responses to “Means of Transport Behind the Arctic Circle”

  1. espider says:

    uf… sorry, but this is not life, at least in my eyes. This must be horrible, there is not even a tap water?

  2. jason says:

    What’s up with the retard in Guy Fawkes mask ?

  3. www says:

    Evenki – nomadic people. Most of the year they are engaged in reindeer herding, fishing and hunting. Many have an apartment in town, but they like to live in special tents made of animal skins (chum). In the city there is no opportunity to engage in reindeer.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evenks

  4. john says:

    Interesting posting.

  5. Pom2Ter says:

    Wow so you buy a snowmobile and it comes with a Guy Fawkes mask… awesome.
    Next on English Russia
    Buy a dog sled and it comes with a Putin Mask…

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