7 Miracle of Yakutia. Petukhova Natasha Everstova Ulya. Lena Pillars. Lena pillars is a national park in Russia, on the banks of the Lena River. Located in Khangalassky ulus Yakutia , 104 km from the city Pokrovsk .
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Lena pillars is a national park in Russia, on the banks of the Lena River.
Located in KhangalasskyulusYakutia, 104 km from the city Pokrovsk.
Rocky formations, which height reaches 100 meters, are combined by cambrianlimestones.
LenskyColumns differ outstanding beauty and on the aesthetic influence on the person have not equal in huge territory of Northeast of Eurasia. Fantastic stone sculptures in the form of freakish columns, spikes, towers with niches, transitions, caves last along coast of the rivers on tens kilometers.
The beauty, power, sacrament of the nature bewitch and carry away everyone who has visited on sacred mountains Kisiljah.
The mountain is in Verkhoyansk, between the river Yana and its inflow Adichei. This mystical seat name the second Shambhala and one of the power centers of a planet.
Speak also, that stay in these mountains treats for all illnesses, and the water always remains fresh and too possesses curative properties.
Big Kisiljah (1705 metres) and Small Kisiljah(1081 m) – one of the main natural miracles of republic: granite figures of people in height about the 10-storeyed house, fallen asleep in an eternal at tops.
Buluus is a monument of nature of republican value. The unique nature, air, clean fresh water and ice, that does not melt even in the hottest days.
Unique Ice «buluus» not fading, even in the worst heat, located in Zarechnoe part Khangalassky district. This natural phenomenon is caused by the output of ice groundwater, maintaining near-zero ambient temperature.
Mountain is in Aldan, 310 km above the mouth, between the village of Cross HaldzhayTattinskogo area and the mouth of r. Tattoo, is the unique location of the complex srednemiotsenovyh crop residues and residues of Middle Pleistocene mammals. Incision
Mammoth Mountain is a reference to the Neogene-Quaternary sediments Verkhoyansk-Chukotka region, is on the routes of international geological excursions. Proposed as a world-class paleontological BPU with the reserved protection regime. According to some geologists, the object is worthy of the status of paleontological reserve.
Mammoth Mountain is actually a structural plateau about 80 m; its coastal outcrops stretch along the bank of the. Aldan at 5 km. Downstream of the plateau adjacent 50-meter terrace, which extends for 6 km.
Kimberlite pipe "Mir" - the quarry, located in the town of Mirny, Yakutia. The quarry has a depth of 525 m and a diameter of 1.2 km, is one of the world's largest open-cast mines. Diamondiferous kimberlite ore mining ceased in June 2001. Currently, the pit is being built underground mine with the same name, to work out the remaining podkarernyh stocks, which cut open unprofitable.
Another amazing natural phenomenon - the Pole of Cold - located in an area TomtorOimyakonulus in Yakutia. Worldwide, there are no more places at such low temperatures permanently live and work. The average monthly temperature in January is minus 61 degrees Celsius and the coldest days and is minus 68. Tomtor village situated at an altitude of 2000 meters above sea level in the trough beautiful Verkhoyansk mountains. It was here in 1924, academician Sergei Obruchev was recorded the lowest for the hemispheric temperature - 71,2 degrees Celsius.
The Lena is the easternmost of the three great Siberian rivers that flow into the Arctic Ocean (the other two being the Ob River and the Yenisei River). It is the 11th longest river in the world and has the 9th largest watershed. It is the greatest Russian river with its watershed entirely within national ranges.
Rising at the height of 1,640 metres (5,381 ft) at its source in the Baikal Mountains south of the Central Siberian Plateau, 7 kilometres (4 mi) west of Lake Baikal, the Lena flows northeast, being joined by the Kirenga River, Vitim River and Olyokma River.