Russian winter is severe and merciless. Especially in the continental climate regions. It has helped Russia to win wars a number of times.
Winter in Russia begins in October-November and ends approximately in the end of March. Winter in central Russia is colder than, for example, in the southern regions of Norway or Finland. There is even such a notion “ringing frost”.
Today I’ll show you the Russian winter in pictures. Both in the city and at the countryside. In the village.
The rusty chain hanging on planks. Russian village Tamby.
Rickety shed in winter. Tamby village.
The snow-covered road. We pass through the trees. The sky is grey.
Trees and bushes under the snow. And of course, the dirt. Russian field.
Grey winter sky at dusk.
Ulyanovsk. March. The Volga River. Some foreigners arriving in Ulyanovsk wonder where do we have the sea in the middle of the city from. Yes, the Volga is quite wide.
IKEA flashlight winter adventures.
Rust, beer and seeds – the indigenous inhabitants of Russia.
The park road in the north of Ulyanovsk.
The Russian province again. Endless winter fields.
Our flashlight on the stairs.
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