A Long Way Home: Khanty-Mansiysk

Almost half of Russia was passed, we were finally home, in Khanty-Mansiysk, among the northern pines and cedars, among family and friends. I was looking forward to see my nephew and spend this month relaxed at home. This August in Khanty-Mansiysk was rarely sunny and warm, but we had a few warm days for our walks around the city and its surroundings.
Our way home was very long, we visited Saint-Petersburg, Pushkin, Vyborg, Moscow, Bashkortostan and Yekaterinburg. But, nothing is better, than your hometown! Even if it’s so far away in Siberia.

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Hiking to the uptown

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Our tiny airport

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Wood in the middle of the city

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The Biathlon Center

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Church

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My favorite city library

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Central square

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tootsy-wootsy

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Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia, August-September 2014

See you soon!
Dina