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The city is a major transportation hub and industrial center (light, food, printing, chemical, petrochemical and aerospace industries).
The architecture of Omsk is presented mainly by Soviet-built multi-storey buildings and the private sector. Photos by Stepanov Slava
While the majority of people in Russia enjoy warm summer weather with temperatures ranging from +10 to +30 degrees Celsius, there are places where the rivers has yet to be opened from the winter ice.
For example, this video was shot on June 3 this year, on the Yenisei River in the small town of Dudinka (24,000 people) located in the north of Krasnoyarsk krai. The town is a seaport in the lower reaches of the Yenisei River, the largest in Siberia.
Novosibirsk State Academic Opera and Ballet Theater is the largest theater of Novosibirsk and Siberia. The theater building, located on the main square of Novosibirsk is Russia’s largest theater building.
Because of its large size the theater is called “Siberian Coliseum”. The theater building is the pride and symbol of Novosibirsk. Today about 900 people are working there. Photos by Stepanov Slava.
Driving a car or even a truck in these areas is very dangerous because of the lack of normal roads; drivers have to cross numerous rivers, etc. A lot of people died on these roads, the number of lost vehicles can’t be counted.
Tobolsk city, located about 250 km from Tyumen city of Russia, had the status of the capital of Siberia in the 16-19th centuries. Today the city is known for its unique and the only in Siberia stone Kremlin. Here are several photos of the Kremlin captured by padunskiy (all the photos are clickable).
Siberian entrepreneur Sergey Benke made the following mobile Russian banya (sauna) by his own hands. It is very popular among lumberjacks, hunters and tourists.
The best way to explore Russian Siberia is to use the vehicle like on the following video