A journey through the Russian North
7+ | 17 min. | 360°
We surf the ice on an icebreaker in search of the island of Severnaya Zemlya to learn about the geological origin and look at the inhabitants of those harsh cold lands. After viewing the panoramas of the islands, we will go to the continent to the Arctic Circle, where the seasons are already softly replacing each other.
We will explore the canyons, the architect of which was water. Yes, it was the water that pulled out and continues to this day to make its way through the lands. During the journey over the Putorana Plateau, the viewer will travel from the sources to the great waterfalls, as well as get acquainted with the inhabitants of the polar latitudes.
Then we will go to the west, to the place of the reclining of the ancient glacier. The largest freshwater lake in Europe and the second largest lake in Russia after Lake Baikal. We will walk along the shore, see the traces of the movement of the great glacier and learn the history of those places.