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Husky-eyed local girl returning home from university. While the majority of the city's population are indigenous Yakutian, many ethnic Russians and Ukrainians moved to Yakutsk in soviet times, lured by high wages for working in the harsh climate.

Image of nenets woman wearing a traditional yagushka (coat) made from reindeer & arctic fox skins. yamal, siberia, russia. by ArcticPhoto

Nenets woman wearing a traditional Yagushka (coat) made from Reindeer & Arctic Fox skins (Yamal-Nenets Territory, Siberia, Russia).

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An apartment block coated in ice and frost during the winter in Yakutsk. Yakutia, Siberia, Russia.

An apartment block coated in ice and frost during the winter in Yakutsk, Siberia, Russia. Yakutsk is 280 miles south of the Arctic Circle.

Cafe Ponchiki ~ Ponchiki are a very popular sweet doughnut. If you got a yen for something sweet and not-so-good-for-you? Yes, you CAN find halfway-decent doughnuts in Russia. In Moscow, they’re known as ponchiki… in Piter, they’re pyshki… no, I do NOT know why there’s a difference! They’re good eats, whatever you call them … the image above is of a ponchiki shop in Moscow. #Moscow #Ponchiki

Cafe Ponchiki ~ Ponchiki are a very popular sweet doughnut.

The big chill: Yakutsk's market - The Independent. - La ciudad más fría del mundo Yakutsk, la capital de la República de Sajá, localizada en la parte oriental de Siberia. Por su situación geográfica (a unos 450 km. del círculo polar ártico) es conocida como el lugar más frío de nuestro planeta. Su temperatura media anual es de -10° C, pero en enero, la temperatura oscila entre los -38° y -41°.

Yakutsk: Journey to the coldest city on earth

The big chill: Yakutsk's market - The Independent. - La ciudad más fría del mundo Yakutsk, la capital de la República de Sajá, localizada en la parte oriental de Siberia. Por su situación geográfica (a unos 450 km. del círculo polar ártico) es conocida como el lugar más frío de nuestro planeta. Su temperatura media anual es de -10° C, pero en enero, la temperatura oscila entre los -38° y -41°.

upside-down house in moscow at the All Russian Exhibition ~ great free ice skating too :-)

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This upside-down house installation can be found in the All-Russian Exhibition Centre in Moscow. Visitors can go inside and walk on the ceiling while looking at the sofas and beds above them!

Portrait of my friend Kirill protecting himself against the cold of the Oymyakon region close to the village of Tomtor in Yakutia Russia. The area is extremely cold during the winter. Two towns by the highway Tomtor and Oymyakon both claim to be one of the coldest inhabited places on earth (often referred to as -71.2C but might be -67.7C) outside of Antarctica. The image had been made during an outside temperature in between -50C up to -55C. Image by @rischaard #bjoernsteinz #latergram…

Portrait of my friend Kirill protecting himself against the cold of the Oymyakon region close to the village of Tomtor in Yakutia Russia. The area is extremely cold during the winter. Two towns by the highway Tomtor and Oymyakon both claim to be one of the coldest inhabited places on earth (often referred to as -71.2C but might be -67.7C) outside of Antarctica. The image had been made during an outside temperature in between -50C up to -55C. Image by @rischaard #bjoernsteinz #latergram…

The road from Yakutsk to Verkhoyansk

A winter road trip from Yakutsk to Verkhoyansk in the North of Yakutia, Russia's Siberia.

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