Novosibirsk is one of the biggest cities in Russia behind the Ural.
Novosibirsk is one of the biggest cities in Russia behind the Ural. The City lies on both banks of the Ob river.The day when construction of the new bridge across the Ob river was started is considered to be the day when Novosibirsk was founded. In 1993 Novosibirsk celebrated it’s 100th anniversary and it’s growing rate is so high,that we can call the city the Russian Chicago.
Novosibirsk having been initially built to serve as an important railroad junction of the Trans-Siberian Railway. Novosibirsk is situated in Siberia, where (everybody knows it!) bears walk down the streets back and forth :-))). There are no bears here at all with an only exception of those from the circus, wearing muzzles and leads, and used to attract the attention of tourists. Sometimes in winter the temperature falls as low as to – 40C or even lower. However, such frosts do not occur each year and, besides, their duration rarely exceeds two or three days.
Even today, the West is still hung up and mystified with Russia's Soviet past. The Eurasian country is also one of the most talked about in terms of international politics, and more often than not being misrepresented by Western media. This was Russian daily life.
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Russia is the country that mastered resurrection from fallen empires, wars, and doomed anarchy. Like the Firebird, it rises from the ashes. But there is little known to the 21st-century tale of Russia, so here's photographer Frank Herfort to share his images and stories.
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