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    • Not by Crimea Alone: Must-Visit Pearls of Russia’s North
    • Not by Crimea Alone: Must-Visit Pearls of Russia’s North
    • Not by Crimea Alone: Must-Visit Pearls of Russia’s North
    • Not by Crimea Alone: Must-Visit Pearls of Russia’s North
    • Not by Crimea Alone: Must-Visit Pearls of Russia’s North
    • Not by Crimea Alone: Must-Visit Pearls of Russia’s North
    • Not by Crimea Alone: Must-Visit Pearls of Russia’s North
    • Not by Crimea Alone: Must-Visit Pearls of Russia’s North
    • Not by Crimea Alone: Must-Visit Pearls of Russia’s North
    • Not by Crimea Alone: Must-Visit Pearls of Russia’s North
    • Not by Crimea Alone: Must-Visit Pearls of Russia’s North
    • Not by Crimea Alone: Must-Visit Pearls of Russia’s North
    • Not by Crimea Alone: Must-Visit Pearls of Russia’s North
    • Not by Crimea Alone: Must-Visit Pearls of Russia’s North
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    The village of Teriberka in the Kola Peninsula is home to less than 1,000 people and a popular tourist magnet. Some discovered Teriberka after watching Andrei Zvyagintsev’s Leviathan (2014), others had known about this calm and clean spot before.

    Russia’s North is dotted with boundless forests and mountains, carpeted with moss and illuminated by the aurora borealis. It is the perfect place for those who want to rejuvenate their mind and body in pristine nature.

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