Siberian countryside

Siberian countryside

A rollicking journey that will lull you through days and nights and an array landscape lover’s delights, the Siberian section of the famed Trans Mongolian railway traverses some of Russia’s natural and cultural icons, including: The Volga, the longest river in Europe; The Urals, the mountain range that divides Europe and Asia; and Ekaterinburg, the city named after Catherine the Great where Nicholas II, the last Tsar, was murdered alongside the rest of his family in the Russian revolution. Read one of the great novels of Dostoyevsky or Tolstoy, a revolutionary history or Marx’s Das Kapital, or just look out the window and watch all that land and history unfold and roll by.

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