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Nadezhda is one of the biggest dog sledding races in Russia’s Chukotka. Takes place annually in April. Lasts 2 weeks. Total distance is 1114 km across ice- and snow-hummocks. It is “the race on the edge of the Earth.”

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A famous Russian actor, Andrey I, and his creative studio “Navigator” started making the world’s biggest (tallest/highest) stalagmite in Yakutsk, Siberia/Russia

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What a great photo travel report Luba Suslyakova, the AskUral.com host, brought from her recent trip Yekaterinburg to the Siberian city of Tyumen, where she tried winter swimming in hot, really hot springs.

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It’s exciting to sled with Yakut laikas on the Siberian river of Lena in extremely cold winter. Look at pictures of dog sledding in Yakutia, Siberia/Russia.

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If by any chance you would be in Russia’s Siberian region of Altai Krai, don’t miss the chance to have fun riding a traditional Russian transport called the troika through the forest and valley in winter.

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