Siberia, Russia is the largest landmass in the whole world. And it’s also one of the most beautiful places on Earth. The region of Siberia consists of more than half of the Siberian landmass. In total, the region is about four million square kilometers, it’s almost as large as Canada. It stretches from the Ural Mountains, through the Uralic Mountains, to the Lena River.

It’s unbearably cold in summer and very hot in winter, so the ideal time to visit Siberia would be in spring when the temperatures rarely go below zero C. The main cities of Siberia include Ural, Irkutsk, and Khovsgol. The most popular tourist destinations of Siberia are the Irkutsk, Sverdlovsk, Volkhov, Chashkansand, Krasnogorsk, and others. The most visited cities in Siberia are Ural, Kharkov, Sverdlovsk, Tverkada, Polonnaruwa, Irkutsk, Krasnogorsk, Samtsevsky and others. Many famous attractions of Siberia are these.

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Ural

The town of Ural is on the main part of the Russian Empire, and there are lots of historic buildings and museums in the Ural. The capital of Ural is Samtsevsky, a former station of the Russian navy. Other important cities like Sverdlovsk, Chashkansand, Krasnogorsk, Samtsevsky, Volkhov, Irkutsk, Tula, and other cities like them make up the huge Sverdlovsk region of Russia.

Trans-Siberian railroad

Trans-Siberian railroad (TSR) is a great way to explore the vast trendy territory. You can visit the T Siberia trains. The main of riders in the region are the ones going to the Ural, but you can also visit the Samtsevsky, Norland, Chebron, Obninsk, and other cities of the region. You can visit the Trans-Siberian rail museum and have a look at the train set that has been operational since 1963.

Some of the most beautiful places in Siberia include the immense taurendi range of mountains. The most accessible of these mountains are those of the Lipka, which stretches from Lipka Bay on the shore of the Sea of zerskoye to the height of 7500 meters above sea level. The mountain of Karalo is a similar case with a peak of nearly 5500 meters above sea level. The rivers of Siberia that feed these mountains are Volkhov, Okavango, Yenakev, Taldy, Primor, and others.

Trans-Siberian railroad

 

The tundra of Siberia

The tundra of Siberia consists of vast tundra regions, such as those of the Krasnaya, Irkutsk, and the Urals. These areas have a very high altitude and the climate is extremely cold. The lowland areas between the high mountains are suitable for agricultural development and settle the farming population. agriculture forms a huge portion of the economy in Russia. Livestock is one of the most important sectors of the economy, followed by mineral wealth and petroleum.

Agriculture is prevalent in almost all the places in Russia and agriculture, in particular, is booming. The state of Siberia (the principal economic zone of Russia) has been greatly benefited from its economy built on high technological advances. Many new industries and transport links have been built on the basis of the trans-Siberia trade. A wide range of transport goods including trains, automobiles, trucks, tractors, and logging trucks cross the country carrying cargoes of different nature and quality. These freight trains that go through the huge tundra regions of Russia carrying goods for different customers coming from the trans-Siberian direction are some of the largest international transportation arteries in the world.

The tundra of Siberia

 

Finally

Siberia is very far away from the major cities of the world, however, this distance makes it a perfect gateway for trans-Siberia trade. It’s not so easy to transit goods from the Russian cities to the remote Siberian lands via railway. Therefore, a lot of cargo is carried via railways in a very inefficient way. On the contrary, flying from any of the major cosmodromes in Moscow or St. Petersburg to the remote Siberian lands by a regular air route will be a perfect way to travel. Hence, the development of a proper air route for transporting cargoes or cargo by rail or air from Moscow or St. Petersburg to the remote places of S Siberia will definitely prove to be of immense benefit for the Russian economy in the future.