The city of Krasnoyarsk is the geographical centre of Russia, and lies on both sides of the Yenisei River, which divides Siberia into eastern and wester part #Russia #ExploRussia #explore #travel #trip #adventure #Krasnoyarsk #Siberia
The most stunning view of the Yenisei River in Krasnoyarsk you will get at the, recently renovated, observation platform located on the Krasnoyarsk suburbs. There you will also see the Tsar-Fish statue - a monument, which symbolises he humanity conquering the nature #ExploRussia #Russia #Siberia #Krasnoyarsk #travel #trip #adventure #view #Yenisei
Siberia. (Envisat image acquired 2006-08-07) Siberia spreads from the Urals in the west to the Okhotsk Sea in the east, from the Arctic Ocean in the north to the borders of Kazakhstan, Mongolia and China in the south. Three great rivers flow across it – the Ob, the Yenisei (flowing from the lower right to the upper left) & the Lena. The Yenisei is the world’s fifth longest river, flowing about 4023 km. (Credit: ESA)
Trotters compete in a harness race on the frozen Yenisei river during the 43rd Ice Derby amateur horse race, near the settlement of Novosyolovo, about 155 miles south of the Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk.
Two local residents row on a boat through a frosty fog as they cross the Shumikha Bay of the Yenisei River, with the air temperature at about minus 23 degrees Celsius (minus 9.4 degrees Fahrenheit), some 53 km (33 miles) south of Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk, December 13, 2011. (REUTERS/Ilya Naymushin)