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YAKUTIA, or SAKHA Republic is a vast unexplored region of Siberia in the northeast of the Russian Federation. With over 3 million square kilometers it is larger than Argentina and just smaller than India and has a population of fewer than one million inhabitants. 168 more words


Korean Air to Resume Incheon-Irkutsk Service


Seoul, Korea (15 April, 2014)– Korean Air has announced that it will resume its service between Incheon International Airport, Seoul and Irkutsk, one of the largest cities in Siberia, known for its continental architecture and gateway to an area famed for its natural beauty. 440 more words

10 of the best Wildcamps from 2013

Our collection of the top 10 most memorable, but not always the best, wildcamps from 2013. Each was chosen for a reason and has a story behind it. 1,326 more words

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Earthship In Siberia, Sustainable As It Is!

Following the amazing wave of connectivity that the internet has provided, and the social networking of first AOL, then more recently Myspace, and now Facebook that has connected friends with friends around the world, people are learning how to do things right the first time in a way that produces low energy consumptive homes using earthen construction and recycled goods.   211 more words


Abandoned gold mines in Siberia get new lease of life

Siberia and Russia’s Far East hold 11% of global gold reserves. But after the fall of Soviet Union many mines were abandoned. This to be changed soon as new technology that allows to extract gold from stones emerged. RT’s Thabang Motsei reports.

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Piccoli passi nella Taiga: i personaggi

descriptive card of the character  ¦¦  scheda descrittiva del personaggio female young adult character: Vladimira O’Floinn

drawing ©Michele Tanner


Nome: Vladimira O’Floinn (figlia di Fiona Moira del 1978 e Yuri Georgijevič Zarkovskij del 1968) 62 more words

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The Price of Freedom

“We were more hungry than when we were in prison.  The bread was gone, the money was almost gone,”  my mother stated. They drank water from irrigation ditches and picked crumbs from cattle feed at railroad stations.  673 more words

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