The Northern Lights are a spectacle of unusual beauty that many people dream of seeing. In the tundra you will see this fantastic phenomenon of nature. The colors of the northern lights will take your breath away. You will feel the power of the planet and take colorful photos with you
Salekhard is a city on the Arctic Circle, the only city on the planet located at the latitude of the Arctic Circle 66 degrees, 33 minutes and 39 seconds North latitude. The Arctic stretches from here to the North Pole. The symbol of the unique distribution was the 66th parallel stele.
You will visit a real Nenets village. Get acquainted with the culture and life of the northern people, visit their home. For lunch, try the national cuisine. Go for a ride on a reindeer sled
Yamal — translated from the Nenets language as the edge of the earth. The journey begins from Salekhard, where the airport is located. Salekhard is a city on the Arctic Circle, the only city on the planet located at the latitude of the Arctic Circle 66 degrees, 33 minutes and 39 seconds North latitude. From here to the North Pole stretches the Arctic.
The symbol of the unique distribution was the 66th parallel stele. Here the continent of Eurasia ends and the Kara Sea begins, whose waters are indivisible with the Arctic Ocean.
Murmansk is a harsh, northern city: the snow does not melt here for more than six months, the polar night lasts for almost a month and a half, and the short summer is often cloudy and rainy. The history of Murmansk began a little more than 100 years ago, in 1916 — this is the last city founded in the Russian Empire.
Today Murmansk is the largest city in the world, located beyond the Arctic Circle, one of the largest ports in Russia, the gateway to the Arctic. People come here to see gigantic nuclear icebreakers, the Northern lights and unforgettable sunsets, breathe in the salty air of the Barents Sea and understand the special beauty of the surrounding tundra, hills and lakes
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