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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Passengers brace theirselves from the airwaves of a departing airboat crossing the Aldan-river near Khandyga, Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Drivers plan a route in the snow near Khandyga, Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A driver looking on the road with his rearview mirror sporting a native spiritual artefact in the Sakha Republic, Russia. Many inhabitants follow a shamanist-religion.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Cows on the M56, known as the road of bones for it???s dark Soviet past, in the Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Passangers push a vehicle that got stuck in the snow after trying to bypass a minor traffic-accident blocking the road. Known as the road of bones for it???s dark Soviet past, the M56 is one of the worlds most difficult road-stretches. Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Olaf Koens helps the passangers push a vehicle that got stuck in the snow after trying to bypass a minor traffic-accident blocking the road. Known as the road of bones for it???s dark Soviet past, the M56 is one of the worlds most difficult road-stretches. Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A view on Khandyga, a settlement along the M56 in the Sakha Republic, Russia. Khandyga is a former GULAG-settlement along the Aldan-river. In recent years, the republican authorities build a sports complex in the town.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Airboat-drivers plan a route crossing the Aldan-river near Khandyga, Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A view on Khandyga, a settlement along the M56 in the Sakha Republic, Russia. Khandyga is a former GULAG-settlement along the Aldan-river.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A view on Khandyga, a settlement along the M56 in the Sakha Republic, Russia. Khandyga is a former GULAG-settlement along the Aldan-river.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A view on Khandyga, a settlement along the M56 in the Sakha Republic, Russia. Khandyga is a former GULAG-settlement along the Aldan-river. In recent years, the republican authorities build a sports complex in the town.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A local man poses in front of a sports complex in Khandyga, a settlement along the M56 in the Sakha Republic, Russia. Khandyga is a former GULAG-settlement along the Aldan-river.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Pictures of war-heroes pinned to a marble wall in Khandyga, a settlement along the M56 in the Sakha Republic, Russia. Khandyga is a former GULAG-settlement along the Aldan-river.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 An airboat-drivers jumps of his vehicle, kickstarting it to cross the Aldan-river near Khandyga, Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Passengers brace theirselves from the airwaves of a departing airboat crossing the Aldan-river near Khandyga, Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Travellers eat in ???Cuba??? a road-side cafe along the M56 highway in the Sakha Republic in Russia. Also known as the ???road of bones??? for it???s dark Soviet past, the highway stretches 2000 kilometers, and splits very little places to stop for food or fuel.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Truckdrivers talk as the proprietor looks on in ???Cuba???, a road-side cafe along the M56 highway in the Sakha Republic in Russia. Also known as the ???road of bones??? for it???s dark Soviet past, the highway stretches 2000 kilometers, and splits very little places to stop for food or fuel.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Kids walk the streets of Ust-Nera, a city along the M56 highway in the Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Olaf Koens walks on the streets of Ust-Nera, a city along the M56 highway in the Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A family walks the streets of Ust-Nera, a city along the M56 highway in the Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A man leaves ???Cuba???, a road-side cafe along the M56 highway in the Sakha Republic in Russia. Also known as the ???road of bones??? for it???s dark Soviet past, the highway stretches 2000 kilometers, and splits very little places to stop for food or fuel.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Mother and child walk the streets of Ust-Nera, a city along the M56 highway in the Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A view on Ust-Nera, a city along the M56 highway in the Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A view on Ust-Nera, a city along the M56 highway in the Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A man walks the streets of Ust-Nera, a city along the M56 highway in the Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A local banner promoting sports and healthy lifestyle in the city of Ust-Nera, Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Birds sit on a fence surrounding a soccer-playfield in the city of Ust-Nera, Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A woman walks the streets of Ust-Nera, a city along the M56 highway in the Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A man walks the streets of Ust-Nera, a city along the M56 highway in the Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A small statue of Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin at a play yard in Ust-Nera, Sakha Republic, Russia
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A small statue of Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin at a play yard in Ust-Nera, Sakha Republic, Russia
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A small statue of Soviet leader Vladimir Lenin at a play yard in Ust-Nera, Sakha Republic, Russia
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Artifacts at the local museum in Ust-Nera, Sakha Republic, Russia. The museum is closed now over a year since a flood destroyed parts of the GULAG-exposition on display.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Andrey, a builder from Lugansk, Ukraine, fled the war-torn region to find work in a gold-mining enterprise in Ust-Nera, Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Andrey, a builder from Lugansk, Ukraine, fled the war-torn region to find work in a gold-mining enterprise in Ust-Nera, Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Tatjana Samsonova and her daughter Raya pose along the river that flows through Ust-Nera in the Sakha Republic of Russia. The Samsonova???s originate from eastern Ukraine and left the regio in the summer of 2014 to find work at a gold-mining enterprise in Ust-Nera.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A teacher plays a game of ping-pong in the schoolgym of Ust-Nera, Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Children working out on different installations in the schoolgym of Ust-Nera, Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Children working out on different installations in the schoolgym of Ust-Nera, Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Children working out on different installations in the schoolgym of Ust-Nera, Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Armenian migrant workers battling harsh conditions restoring a World War II memorial in Ust-Nera, a city along the M56 highway in the Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A Soviet-era mural in Ust-Nera, a city along the M56 highway in the Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A now-defunct airplane is parked in front of the small airport of Ust-Nera, Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Drawings on abandoned buildings in Ust-Nera. Many people forcefully left the settlements in the Sakha Republic of Russia in the early nineties.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Detail of a fence in Ust-Nera, a city in the Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Children working out on different installations in the schoolgym of Ust-Nera, Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Children working out on different installations in the schoolgym of Ust-Nera, Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A driver inspects the wreckage of a truck that crashed days earlier near Ust-Nera, a city along the M56 highway. Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Armenian migrant workers battling harsh conditions restoring a World War II memorial in Ust-Nera, a city along the M56 highway in the Sakha Republic, Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Teenagers with dogs pulling a tire in the city of Yagodnoe, a settlement on the Kolyma highway. Known as the M56 and ???road of bones???, the highway connects the far-flung region of Magadan to the rest of Russia. Large parts of the road were constructed by prisoners of the Gulag.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Nadezhda Kuzin , the farmer in the village of Engels. Once a large settlement sprawling schools and hospitals, now she it is one of many abandoned towns and city???s in the far-flung Magadan-region of Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Once a large settlement sprawling schools and hospitals, now there are few residents surviving the harsh climate-conditions in the far-flung Magadan-region of Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Bus and potato harvester -wrecks and the remains of urban settlement in the deserted village of Engels. Once a large settlement sprawling schools and hospitals, now it is one of many abandoned towns and city???s in the far-flung Magadan-region of Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Car-wrecks and the remains of urban settlement in the deserted village of Engels. Once a large settlement sprawling schools and hospitals, now she it is one of many abandoned towns and city???s in the far-flung Magadan-region of Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Nadezhda Kuzin , the farmer in the village of Engels. Once a large settlement sprawling schools and hospitals, now she it is one of many abandoned towns and city???s in the far-flung Magadan-region of Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 An elderly woman in the village of Engels. Once a large settlement sprawling schools and hospitals, now she???s one of the few surviving the harsh climate-conditions in the far-flung Magadan-region of Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Nadezhda Kuzin , the farmer in the village of Engels. Once a large settlement sprawling schools and hospitals, now she it is one of many abandoned towns and city???s in the far-flung Magadan-region of Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Car-wrecks and the remains of urban settlement in the deserted village of Engels. Once a large settlement sprawling schools and hospitals, now she it is one of many abandoned towns and city???s in the far-flung Magadan-region of Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 An elderly woman chopping firewood in the village of Engels. Once a large settlement sprawling schools and hospitals, now she???s one of the few surviving the harsh climate-conditions in the far-flung Magadan-region of Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 An elderly woman chopping firewood in the village of Engels. Once a large settlement sprawling schools and hospitals, now she???s one of the few surviving the harsh climate-conditions in the far-flung Magadan-region of Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Once a large settlement sprawling schools and hospitals, now she???s one of the few surviving the harsh climate-conditions in the far-flung Magadan-region of Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 An elderly woman chopping firewood in the village of Engels. Once a large settlement sprawling schools and hospitals, now she???s one of the few surviving the harsh climate-conditions in the far-flung Magadan-region of Russia.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 The deserted village of Engels. Once a large settlement sprawling schools and hospitals, now it is one of many abandoned towns and city???s in the far-flung Magadan-region of Russia.
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Magadan Russia October 2014 The 'Mask of Grief', by Ernst Neizvestny, a monument to commemorate those who died in labour camps (Gulags) in Magadan Region
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Magadan Russia October 2014 Tucked between hills facing the Sea of Okhotsk, and a world away from anything but the bear droppings and gold nuggets of the wide Kolyma Region, Magadan is a city with an almost cute, rather European centre in pastels. Not exactly what you expect from the so-called 'gateway to hell, ' as it was called by its builders: the estimated two million Stalin-era Gulag prisoners who passed through here. These days, most of the residents you'll meet here came in the 1960s after Stalin's death in a rebuild, positive-energy frenzy. That said, probably no other town in Russia wears the stigma of the Gulags more - and probably no other place (including Moscow) has done as good a job of paying tribute to the victims. The rare visitor - other than business people selling construction equipment to gold mines up north in the mountainous Kolyma Region - can camp at a Gulag, fish or raft on the Arman River, cross-country ski, see birds, or hike. The trip to Yakutsk on the Kolyma Hwy is a classic rugged overland journey.
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Magadan Russia October 2014 Tucked between hills facing the Sea of Okhotsk, and a world away from anything but the bear droppings and gold nuggets of the wide Kolyma Region, Magadan is a city with an almost cute, rather European centre in pastels. Not exactly what you expect from the so-called 'gateway to hell, ' as it was called by its builders: the estimated two million Stalin-era Gulag prisoners who passed through here. These days, most of the residents you'll meet here came in the 1960s after Stalin's death in a rebuild, positive-energy frenzy. That said, probably no other town in Russia wears the stigma of the Gulags more - and probably no other place (including Moscow) has done as good a job of paying tribute to the victims. The rare visitor - other than business people selling construction equipment to gold mines up north in the mountainous Kolyma Region - can camp at a Gulag, fish or raft on the Arman River, cross-country ski, see birds, or hike. The trip to Yakutsk on the Kolyma Hwy is a classic rugged overland journey.
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Magadan Russia October 2014 Tucked between hills facing the Sea of Okhotsk, and a world away from anything but the bear droppings and gold nuggets of the wide Kolyma Region, Magadan is a city with an almost cute, rather European centre in pastels. Not exactly what you expect from the so-called 'gateway to hell, ' as it was called by its builders: the estimated two million Stalin-era Gulag prisoners who passed through here. These days, most of the residents you'll meet here came in the 1960s after Stalin's death in a rebuild, positive-energy frenzy. That said, probably no other town in Russia wears the stigma of the Gulags more - and probably no other place (including Moscow) has done as good a job of paying tribute to the victims. The rare visitor - other than business people selling construction equipment to gold mines up north in the mountainous Kolyma Region - can camp at a Gulag, fish or raft on the Arman River, cross-country ski, see birds, or hike. The trip to Yakutsk on the Kolyma Hwy is a classic rugged overland journey.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 Olaf Koens holding on to a wooden construction while smoking a cigarette. Known as the M56 and ???road of bones???, the highway connects the far-flung region of Magadan to the rest of Russia. Large parts of the road were constructed by prisoners of the Gulag.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 An elderly lady at a deserted road-side stop along the Kolyma highway. Known as the M56 and ???road of bones???, the highway connects the far-flung region of Magadan to the rest of Russia. Large parts of the road were constructed by prisoners of the Gulag.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A truck driving on the Kolyma highway. Known as the M56 and ???road of bones???, the highway connects the far-flung region of Magadan to the rest of Russia. Large parts of the road were constructed by prisoners of the Gulag.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 A Central Asian wood logger on the Kolyma highway. Known as the M56 and ???road of bones???, the highway connects the far-flung region of Magadan to the rest of Russia. Large parts of the road were constructed by prisoners of the Gulag.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 An elderly lady at a deserted road-side stop along the Kolyma highway. Known as the M56 and ???road of bones???, the highway connects the far-flung region of Magadan to the rest of Russia. Large parts of the road were constructed by prisoners of the Gulag.
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Kolyma Russia October 2014 An elderly couple selling berries, juices and home-grown products at a deserted road-side stop along the Kolyma highway. Known as the M56 and ???road of bones???, the highway connects the far-flung region of Magadan to the rest of Russia. Large parts of the road were constructed by prisoners of the Gulag.
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Magadan Russia October 2014 a daughter of the former Gulag prisoners visits the town.
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Magadan Russia October 2014 The 'Mask of Grief', by Ernst Neizvestny, a monument to commemorate those who died in labour camps (Gulags) in Magadan Region The Mask of Sorrow is a huge concrete monument to the victims of the Gulags, for which this region was well known. Located on a hill on the outskirts of town.
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Magadan Russia October 2014 Mammoth, made of metal, set on the banks of the bay Nagaeva
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Magadan Russia October 2014 Magadan, on the Sea of Okhotsk Magadan is one of the few ports in this remote part of Russia, kept open over winter by resident icebreakers. The town is quite isolated - there is no railway, and the only road out of town is impassable in summer to all but the most hardy of off-road vehicles. Historically, Magadan served in large part as a gateway to the notorious Kolyma Gulags. Magadan is synonymous with suffering during the darkest days of the USSR this remote city (so far removed from the rest of the country that it is over 2000Km from the nearest railway line and a place where the locals refer to the rest of Russia as ???the mainland???) is home to 100,000 residents.
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Magadan Russia October 2014 Magadan is synonymous with suffering during the darkest days of the USSR this remote city (so far removed from the rest of the country that it is over 2000Km from the nearest railway line and a place where the locals refer to the rest of Russia as ???the mainland???) is home to 100,000 residents.
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Magadan Russia October 2014 Magadan, on the Sea of Okhotsk Magadan is one of the few ports in this remote part of Russia, kept open over winter by resident icebreakers. The town is quite isolated - there is no railway, and the only road out of town is impassable in summer to all but the most hardy of off-road vehicles. Historically, Magadan served in large part as a gateway to the notorious Kolyma Gulags. Magadan is synonymous with suffering during the darkest days of the USSR this remote city (so far removed from the rest of the country that it is over 2000Km from the nearest railway line and a place where the locals refer to the rest of Russia as ???the mainland???) is home to 100,000 residents.
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Magadan Russia October 2014 Magadan, on the Sea of Okhotsk Magadan is one of the few ports in this remote part of Russia, kept open over winter by resident icebreakers. The town is quite isolated - there is no railway, and the only road out of town is impassable in summer to all but the most hardy of off-road vehicles. Historically, Magadan served in large part as a gateway to the notorious Kolyma Gulags. Magadan is synonymous with suffering during the darkest days of the USSR this remote city (so far removed from the rest of the country that it is over 2000Km from the nearest railway line and a place where the locals refer to the rest of Russia as ???the mainland???) is home to 100,000 residents.
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Magadan Russia October 2014 Magadan is synonymous with suffering during the darkest days of the USSR this remote city (so far removed from the rest of the country that it is over 2000Km from the nearest railway line and a place where the locals refer to the rest of Russia as ???the mainland???) is home to 100,000 residents.
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Magadan Russia October 2014 Magadan is synonymous with suffering during the darkest days of the USSR this remote city (so far removed from the rest of the country that it is over 2000Km from the nearest railway line and a place where the locals refer to the rest of Russia as ???the mainland???) is home to 100,000 residents.
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