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The Komi Republic History, permafrost and waterfalls

Exploring the Komi Republic

The Republic of Karelia A journey back through the ages

Travelling to Kalevala, the home of world-renowned epic

Gastronomy of the Arctic

You don't have to go to Italy or Thailand to get a new culinary experience

'Silver Necklace': Miracles of the North Sights to see in the Arctic regions that comprise “the Silver Necklace” of Russia

The tourist project 'Silver Necklace of Russia' (named by analogy with the well-known 'Golden Ring') was developed quite recently

The Arctic: As per Iconic Films Where and how movies about the Arctic were shot

In the 1930s, the Arctic became one of the most popular subjects with filmmakers

Mysterious Pyramiden

How a mining community on the island of Spitsbergen became a popular travel destination in the Russian Arctic

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Chukotka Autonomous Okrug One 'Hope' in a Million

The traditional sledge dog race called Nadezhda (Hope) is held in Chukotka Autonomous Okrug

Spying on Whales

Best Whale Watching Spots

Flavour of the Arctic

Traditional Arctic cuisine

Chasing the Northern Lights The best spots to hunt for the northern lights

"The night which is barely seen..." Where can you go to see the midnight sun?

The midnight sun (white nights) is an astronomical phenomenon that occurs in the subarctic, in particular, in the north of Russia.

10 reasons to go Yamal

Here, we will tell you about the major sights of Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Region

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Arctic Glamping: Comfort in the exotic

'Glamour' and 'Arctic' seem like incompatible concepts. But only at first glance

What Does One Need to Conquer the Russian North?

The Arctic is as beautiful as it is severe

Arctic Holidays

The Arctic in the wintertime: where to go and what to see

The Sakha (Yakutia) Republic The Pole of Cold and Human Capabilities Oymyakon is the coldest inhabited place on Earth

The Pole of Cold in the northern hemisphere is located here

Arkhangelsk Oblast Solovki: immersion in history Traveling to prayerful places, walking through ancient labyrinths and meeting with belugas

On the Solovetsky Islands - the largest archipelago in the White Sea - the flavor of history is felt like nowhere else

Yakutia: A Journey into the Cold

Who gives the symbol of cold to Father Christmas, how to hear the 'whisper of the stars' and where to find the phoenix of the North

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Krasnoyarsk Krai Taymyr: The Peninsula of the Northern Winds

The 'hurricane graveyard', a huge mammoth in an ice cube and an underground palace carved into the permafrost. Why is the north of the Krasnoyarsk Territory so different from the other Arctic regions of Russia?

The Komi Republic Komi: The Seventh Wonder of Russia in the Middle of the Ancient Taiga

Who protects the 'lungs of Europe' and where did the stone giants on the Manpupuner plateau come from?

Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug Yamal: A Jade Waterfall and Space-like Craters

On the Yamal Peninsula, waterfalls tumble down rocks of real jade. At any moment, a huge 'black hole' may burst open in the middle of the tundra

Nenets Autonomous Okrug Nenets Okrug: Tundra, Idols, and Sacred Islands Who built a medieval city in the middle of the tundra

The Nenets Autonomous Okrug sits on the very edge of an endless tundra

Chukotka Autonomous Okrug Chukotka: Fjords, Secrets, and Polar Bears Who built the Chukotka 'Stonehenge', and how many patients visit the world's biggest 'birth centre' for polar bears?

The harsh Chukotka winter stretches over 10 months out of every year

Holidays in North Karelia

The highest mountain, the tallest waterfall, a miniature Lake Baikal, and UNESCO-protected ancient petroglyphs. What other hidden treasures await you in arctic Karelia?

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On the roof

Russia is fourth in the ranking of countries which are centres of Arctic tourism

Unique fauna of the Arctic

Surviving the impossible

Northern life rules

The culture of peoples of the Arctic

Arctic sea hunters Hunting shaped the lifestyle of the Arctic coast residents

Sea hunting is a traditional activity for indigenous peoples of the Arctic coast

Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug Reindeer herding in the Arctic People cannot survive in tundra without reindeer

Reindeer herding remains the main activity of indigenous peoples

The land of a thousand lakes, canyons and waterfalls

The Putorana Plateau remains a blank space on the tourist map

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Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug The thriving "gas capital" of Russia

Novy Urengoy ranks first based on income per capita

Nenets Autonomous Okrug Arctic adventures in the tundra capital

A city where fantasy palaces stand next to the Nenets chums, which carefully preserves traditions of the past

Murmansk Oblast Murmansk: the largest city north of the Arctic Circle

Port city in the ice-free Kola Bay receives cargo and welcomes tourists all year round

Arkhangelsk Oblast Arkhangelsk: the first Russian seaport An ancient city in the mouth of the Northern Dvina preserves traditions of the Pomor culture

Arkhangelsk played a special part in the Russian history

Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug The most comfortable cities of the Russian North Technologies coexist with traditions

The Yamal Peninsula is home to Nadym and Tarko-Sale

Anadyr: the eastern outpost of Russia

The capital of Chukotka is an islet of civilisation surrounded by pristine Arctic nature

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Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug Novy Urengoy: flight into the future

Novy Urengoy: flight into the future

Chukotka Autonomous Okrug The easternmost, the northernmost, the longest

Anadyr set to construct a cableway like no other in the world

Krasnoyarsk Krai Midnight sun in the polar Palmyra

Norilsk surprises tourists with beautiful architecture and natural landmarks