Monthly Archives: November 2017
Karelia is the oldest land, shrouded in amazing legends, lying between two lakes Ladoga and Onega, as well as the Baltic and White Seas. Here, in incredible ways, pagan seids on the bodies, petroglyphs of Besov Nose, labyrinths of the Solovetsky archipelago and historical and architectural monuments are incredibly adjacent. Marcial Waters, Kivach, Valaam, Water Lakes – all this is Karelia.
Karelia is famous for its blue lakes (over 60,000), pine forests, very diverse flora and fauna. Continue reading
Lake Khubsugul and its coast are rightfully considered the most picturesque corner of Mongolia. In addition, this lake is the deepest in Mongolia – the greatest depth reaches 262 meters and a length of 136 km. This lake is located at the foot of the high mountains of Bayan-Zu, Munku-Sardyk and Hiin-Nuuru. For many millennia, Khubsugul has remained a virgin oasis of wildlife. The lake belongs to the Baikal type, and very often it is called the younger brother of Lake Baikal. Continue reading
A trip to Germany is good not only in the summer, but also in the winter, when German cities and small villages shine in a special way. And wherever you come to this country in winter, snow and bright sun await us everywhere.
The beauty of the village of Schwangau is simply enchanting. This village is located in Bavaria, in the East Allgäu region. It is surrounded by high mountains covered with snow, among which there are lost lakes with crystal clear water. Continue reading