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A Travel Blog entry by erikaggerholm from Novosibirsk, Siberia, Russian Federation
... og som sædvanlig taler ingen udenlandsk! Jeg kom med og vi kører igen gennem det russiske vinterland med 70 km/h cirka. I Novosibirsk i morgen eftermiddag! I går gik jeg og havde lidt ondt af mig selv og gad ikke rigtig noget. Vejret var også ...
A Travel Blog entry by jpischedda from Novosibirsk, Siberia, Russian Federation
... is full of large grey apartment blocks and surrounded by big industry. The landscape is predominantly flat and unremarkable. Novosibirsk is an important transportation hub and industrial centre, but that’s about it. It has a really ...
A Travel Blog entry by housi.muller from Novosibirsk, Siberia, Russian Federation
... Novosibirsk, the inofficial capital of Siberia, the third largest city of Russia behind Moskau and St.Petersburg is a very significant place. ...
A Travel Blog entry by meadventure2 from Novosibirsk, Siberia, Russian Federation
... Michael's receipt. Michael drove us home and we unwillingly said our goodbyes. Kristina was addiment that we should never forget Novosibirsk and they certainly did a good job of making it a memorable experience. We made it to the train station on time ...
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Timiriazeva St., 71/1, , Novosibirsk, Siberia, Russian Federation708 reviews
This fascinating zoo features 4000 animals representing 399 species, and is active in the preservation and reproduction of endangered species.