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    • Frost-proof Russians: Siberian Cities Prepared for Winter
    • Frost-proof Russians: Siberian Cities Prepared for Winter
    • Frost-proof Russians: Siberian Cities Prepared for Winter
    • Frost-proof Russians: Siberian Cities Prepared for Winter
    • Frost-proof Russians: Siberian Cities Prepared for Winter
    • Frost-proof Russians: Siberian Cities Prepared for Winter
    • Frost-proof Russians: Siberian Cities Prepared for Winter
    • Frost-proof Russians: Siberian Cities Prepared for Winter
    • Frost-proof Russians: Siberian Cities Prepared for Winter
    • Frost-proof Russians: Siberian Cities Prepared for Winter
    • Frost-proof Russians: Siberian Cities Prepared for Winter
    • Frost-proof Russians: Siberian Cities Prepared for Winter
    • Frost-proof Russians: Siberian Cities Prepared for Winter
    • Frost-proof Russians: Siberian Cities Prepared for Winter
    • Frost-proof Russians: Siberian Cities Prepared for Winter
    • Frost-proof Russians: Siberian Cities Prepared for Winter
    • Frost-proof Russians: Siberian Cities Prepared for Winter
    • Frost-proof Russians: Siberian Cities Prepared for Winter
    © Sputnik / Alexandr Kryazhev
    A fisherman in a wetsuit catches fish on the Tatyshev channel in Krasnoyarsk, Russia.

    The Russian city of Krasnoyarsk in Siberia is divided by the Yenisei river into two parts: its left bank is in Western Siberia, and its right bank is in Eastern Siberia.

    Winter has already arrived in Krasnoyarsk, with temperatures falling to —25 °C, frightening people that are not used to such cold weather.

    Meanwhile, citizens of Krasnoyarsk are apparently enjoying the frost, starting a swimming season for the Russian tradition of conditioning themselves to the cold and walking without clothes on. 

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