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In this week's Odder News, Russians are not happy with their gifts, an underwater winter wedding, and cooking for President Putin.
Robotic drones are now being used to monitor the ecological situation of Lake Baikal.
For the first time in history, a Viking-style longship sails the waters of the Angara river near Lake Baikal.
In this week's Odder News, a horse dung walking trail, a seal with a very proper name, and Mrs. Russia takes the stage.
Russia isn't known for being a warm-water country, but during the summer months there are more than enough accessible rivers, lakes, seas, and oceans within and around the country to have a little fun.
There has long been anxiety about a “Chinese takeover” of Siberia. Even Lake Baikal is not immune.
While manufacturers generally don't recommend you fly your drone at temperatures below freezing, that didn't stop videographer Vadim Sherbakov from shooting this amazing film depicting a frozen Lake Baikal.
Tuyana loves being a doctor. But she has a passion for pozy – steamed dumplings rooted in Buryatia that are shaped like a yurt.
This week, Russians are caught in the act by means of butter, watermelon, and a controversial color
In 1891, Russian Tsar Alexander III signed a document initiating the construction of the Trans-Siberian Railway. And not only is it the longest railway in the world; it's got some interesting stops along the line, too.
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