Pictures from Cyberia.
Administrative map of Siberia from the PCL collection, Un. of Texas
at Austin (GIF file, 81 kb).
Note: sometimes a connection with a server in Russia is slow.
Novosibirsk, Omsk, Tomsk, Altai, Yamal Peninsula.
Krasnoyarsk, Baikal, Irkutsk, North Pole, Khatanga, Sayans,
East of Siberia: Chita, Kolyma (GULAG), Yakutsk, Magadan
- The Far
East of Russia: Khabarovsk, Magadan,
Vladivostok, Sakhalin, Chukotka, Kamchatka.
Trans-Siberian Railway, the six-day, 9446-km journey from Moscow
to the Pacific Ocean. Beautiful and rare views !
More information about Siberia
Pictures of Siberia, by William Sokolenko, a Russian scientist and amateur nature photographer, includes images of Lake Baikal and "Stolby" National Park. E-mail to Whistling Crayfish Publishing, Pagosa Springs, Colorado USA: email@example.com.
"The Real Siberia" (1902), the online version of the travelogue of British
journalist John Foster Fraser's adventurous 1901 journey from Moscow to Vladivostok,
through Manchuria and into Mongolia.
The author took not the famous Trans-Siberian Express "the fairest jewel in
the crown of the Czars," but "the ordinary daily train that jogs along lowly,
stopping at the wayside stations, picking up moudjiks, putting moudjiks down. It took
much longer, but there was a charm about it. Besides, it was much cheaper and it required
only a very small bribe pressed into the hand of the black-whiskered, astrakan-capped
conductor to get a carriage to myself. I spoke four words of Russian, and I carried all
my belongings in a couple of bags. Off to Siberia!".
The online version consists of the equivalent of 280 hardcopy pages and more than 80 photographs. Comments to Rita Bogna:
Trans-Cyberian journey. The Russian Chronicles, an experiment
in realtime, online, interactive photojournalism.
Culture, Economics, Business. These pages are maintened by
"Friends and Partners" server.
Siberia and Russian Far East server provided by the Coombs Computing Unit,
Research Schools of Social Sciences & Pacific and Asian Studies at
the Australian National University, Canberra.
Maintainer: Dr T.Matthew Ciolek (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tortured Land: An epic landscape steeped in tragedy,
the cover story in TIME Magazine (September 4, 1995 Volume 146,
No. 10) by Eugene Linden.
- You can find more information about
on the Web going to the server in N.Novgorod (Russia)
maintained by Sergey Gorokhov (email@example.com)
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here, please inform!
Last updated: April 4, 1999
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