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I use two keywords for our directions - "HEAD LEFT" Our hostel is located in the absolute center of Ulan-Ude, so you need to find this center, it's Lenin's head monument It takes about 15 minutes walking or 3 minutes drive from the Train station
- Mongolia travel - Lonely Planet
Explore Mongolia holidays and discover the best time and places to visit | Rugged Mongolia is an adventure destination where travellers can experience nomadic culture and vast, untouched landscapes
- Yakutsk - Lena Pillars Tours in Yakutia, Siberia Russia . . .
Lena Pillars Nature Park Tours Tweet; Tweet; LENA PILLARS NATURE PARK (RUSSIA) All tours from Yakutsk to UNESCO World Heritage Site Tour Duration: 1, 2 or 3 days In the summertime trips to Lena Pillars Nature Park (Russia) might be done on the Lena River directly from Yakutsk or via villages of Bulgunnyakhtah and Elanka As you already know, Lena Pillars Nature Park is listed as UNESCO
- Yakutsk - Oymyakon - Magadan Worlds Coldest Winter Road . . .
Yakutsk to Magadan via Oymyakon Tweet; Tweet; YAKUTSK – GULAG CAMPS – OYMYAKON – MAGADAN The World’s Coldest Winter Adventure Road Trip Let’s experience the greatest fun on the winter road trip from Yakutsk to Magadan via Oymyakon, the coldest inhabited place on Earth
- Current Local Times in Asia - Time and Date
Current Local Times in Asia Find current time, weather, sun, moon, and much more
- Ulan-Ude - Wikipedia
The first occupants of the area where Ulan-Ude now stands were the Evenks and, later, the Buryat Mongols Ulan-Ude was settled in 1666 by the Russian Cossacks as the fortress of Udinskoye Due to its favorable geographical position, it grew rapidly and became a large trade center which connected Russia with China and Mongolia and, from 1690, was the administrative center of the Transbaikal region
- Ulaanbaatar City Guide | Naughty Nomad
About Mark Zolo Mark Zolo is a hardcore adventurer and travel writer He has been to over 90 countries, including Antarctica and a few self proclaimed republics—and a few war zones dressed as a Mexican pirate