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http://www.euronews.com/ From Moscow to the eastern borders of China, the world's longest railway line - the Trans-Siberian, stretches for more than 9,000 kilometres; a truly great railway journey - in this edition of Russian Life. At midnight every other day, a "Rossiya" train leaves Moscow for a week-long trip to Vladivostok. It is an extraordinary trip and many come from far and wide to do it. "This is the longest train journey that one can make," said English tourist Robert Bird. "And you just have to do it, because it's there! I'm happy sitting in the train, looking at the scenery, and going to places that I've never been to before. I just find it so fascinating!" It is a home away from home for hundreds of passengers who sleep, eat, enjoy the limited comfort and try to have a goo...
Vladivostok is the center of Primorsky Kray and Far East of Russia, located at the head of the Golden Horn Bay. You will see main tourist’s attractions, modern sightseeing guide and daily life of the city, beautiful nature of Primorye from uniquel aerial UAV drone perspectives. In focus: - The Main square with Monument to the Fighters for Soviet Power one of Vladivostok's most recognizable symbols. Waterfront on the four embankments in Vladivostok. Feel the ocean breeze and pulse of the city - The Russky Bridge across the Eastern Bosphorus strait, to serve the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation conference the world's longest cable-stayed bridge. The Zolotoy Bridge across the Zolotoy Rog (Golden Horn) Other road traffic junctions. - Ending of great Trans-Siberian railway road. - Commerce po...
Create your own video on http://studio.stupeflix.com/?w=1 ! View of Vladivostok and Zolotoy Rog Bay from space. Fokin Street in the central part of Vladivostok. Vladivostok Christmas and tree raising celebration. The Port of Vladivostok. Vladivostok railway station. A parade in Vladivostok. Vladivostok industry. A church near Svetlanskaya Street.
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In this episode of Naval Fortresses, we look at the Vladivostok Fortress, which protected the largest Russian port on the Pacific Ocean! To keep up to date with our latest development, contests and events visit http://worldofwarships.eu Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WorldOfWarships Instagram: https://instagram.com/Wargaming_EU/ Vine: https://vine.co/Wargaming_EU Twitter: https://twitter.com/Wargaming_netEN https://twitter.com/Wargaming_netCZ https://twitter.com/Wargaming_netDE https://twitter.com/Wargaming_netES https://twitter.com/Wargaming_netFR https://twitter.com/Wargaming_netPL https://twitter.com/Wargaming_netTR
windsurfing in vladivostok
Special thanks to our 40 year old tour guide Arthur and his 18 year old translator Maria for showing us part of the underground tunnels of Vladivostok. The Soviets built these tunnels to protect key military personnel and Communist Party apparatchiks in case of a biological or nuclear attack on the city. The tunnels are no longer used except by tourists and their guides.