Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Murmansk is a cold windy Russian city, the biggest city in the Arctic circle. Besides, it is the only Russian deep-water seaport. It has the base of the world’s only fleet of nuclear icebreakers. About 200 days a year the biggest industrial city of the polar region is covered with snow.

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

 

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

Winter In the Arctic Circle

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