3 Unique Places of Russia

Unique Places of Russia

Posted on December 6, 2016 by konst4

If you look at the world map, it becomes obvious that all talks about the fact that Russia occupies one sixth of the land are the truth. The country is really spread out widely, from sea to sea. Officially confirmed: the largest forests are in Russia. There is the smallest sea in the world, but it is perhaps the most dangerous one. And marshes – the largest in the world, with many kinds of living creatures inhabiting them: running, swimming and flying. And the lake, the beauty with which not everything can be compared.

And the most amazing in Russia are people – in one city, for example, they manage to live in -70 ° C temperature. Lower down arrow to the south – there is the largest lake in the world, it is called as a sea for its size. In the east – the shamans, our contemporaries, beat the drum and speak with spirits, and away there are geysers watering out of the ground and smoking volcanoes. In the west – an enclave with unique nature: sand singing dunes, dancing forest, wild boars and migratory birds, which rest on a narrow strip of land in the spring and in autumn. From the one side here is a sea, on the other – freshwater bay.

But the most amazing thing is that in all these places you may be literally tomorrow. And maybe even today. No need to run to the visa center, phone agencies and renew a passport.

Volcanoes of Kamchatka. In total there are several hundreds, and 29 – are active. Kluchevskaya Sopka is among them – it is the highest (4750 m above sea level, a leader among Asian volcanoes) and the most active

Charskie sands. Since 2010 they are included in the list of Seven Wonders of the Trans-Baikal © Alexey Konoplev


3 Responses to “Unique Places of Russia”

  1. fundaluk says:

    Wonderful places.

  2. Mister Twister says:

    Wait…….. you sure you didn’t exaggerate something? -70°C was not the lowest recorded temperature in Yakutsk last time I checked.

  3. Mister Twister says:

    Oh wait… it’s the town of Oymyakon (aka Cold Hell) (aka Why Should Anyone Live Here), a different place.

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