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Montanhas russas, parque aquático e outlet no Japão

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World's most dangerous roads

The Trans-Siberian Highway, Russia: The Russian Federal Highway system stretches thousands of miles across Siberia's boreal forests and frozen steppes, linking Moscow to, at its farthest reaches, Yakutsk. During the 10-month-long winter, these highways are rerouted across frozen lakes and rivers and are bedeviled by mountainous snowdrifts, whiteout conditions and, of course, bone-chilling, engine-seizing cold.

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Entice-ing: Ice palaces create multicoloured skyline at chilly Chinese festival celebrating subzero temperatures

Dashing through the snow: Spread out across three zones, the theme park features a range of snow-based rides, ice mountains and reproductions of some of the most iconic buildings in the world

During 27 years of exploring the world, i have never ever come across such scenery and landscapes of winter such the one in Yakutia!It is the best of the best the world has to offer!

The Chelyabinsk meteor that blazed a trail across the morning sky in Russia this past February left a shocking impact on not just the Ural Mountains region, but the entire world. A new report published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters states the shockwave from the meteoric explosion on the morning of February 15, 2013 traveled around the globe — not once, but twice. | Red Orbit

Asia Map with gulfs, ocean & seas!

Greatest roads in the world - Sympatico.ca Autos#glr. Trans Siberian highway Where? Russia This is a network of highways which connect the Atlantic Ocean to the Pacific, across Russia. It runs from St. Petersburg to Vladivostok, covering 11,000 kilometres. So much of that is in incredibly remote countryside, with very poor road conditions. Don't attempt unless you have a serious 4x4. (Photo: Mike1979, Wikimedia)

Golden Horn Bridge, Vladivostok, Russia