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Choose from 782 pictures in our Siberia collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Northern red-backed VOLE - two young brothers feed on taiga-forest floor near river Negustyah Featured Print

Northern red-backed VOLE - two young brothers feed on taiga-forest floor near river Negustyah

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Northern red-backed VOLE - two young brothers feed on taiga-forest floor near river Negustyah
a tributary of river Bolshoi Ugan, near Ugut settlement; Uganskii Nature reserve, Siberia, Russia; spring
Clethrionomys rutilus Pallas
Andrey Zvoznikov
Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

© Andrey Zvoznikov/ardea.com

9th Hampshire Regiment in Vladivostock Featured Print

9th Hampshire Regiment in Vladivostock

The 9th (Cyclist) Battalion of the Hampshire Regiment march through the streets of Vladivostock, about to set off for Omsk in Siberia, as part of the Allied Intervention Force in the Russian Civil War. They had arrived in Vladivostock from their previous posting in India at the end of November 1918, and were equipped with Arctic clothing before making the 23 day, 4000 mile rail journey to Omsk on the Trans-Siberian Railway, arriving on 7 January 1919. There, they formed part of a multi-national military presence supporting the anti-Bolshevik White forces. Moving on to Ekaterinburg in May 1919, they were forced to evacuate in August due to the rapid Bolshevik advance, and left Russia in November 1919

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10272342

Olkhon Island in Lake Baikal Featured Print

Olkhon Island in Lake Baikal

Olkhon Island. View across the shore of Olkhon Island across the water of Lake Baikal, Russia. Baikal has the largest volume of fresh water of any lake in the world, and is second only to the Caspian Sea in total water volume. Baikal is 636km long and 79km across at its widest and has a maximum depth of 1642m. Olkhon is the largest of the 27 islands in the lake and has an area of 730 sq. km. At its height Olkhon reaches 818m above the surface of the lake. Olkhon has about 1500 inhabitants, all of whom are Buryat people native to the region. The local economy is mainly subsistence farming, although there is increased volume of tourism in the region due to Baikal's status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site

© RIA NOVOSTI/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY