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Russian Arctic guide book to be issued soon
23.05.2011 12:20
Russian Arctic guide book to be issued soon

Guide book for Frantz Joseph Land Archipelago will be issued by the end of 2012. Frantz Joseph Land, part of nature reserve Russian Arctic, is one of northmost lands in Russia and in the world. It attracts tourists with its fauna: polar bears, birds and sea mammals.
      National park of Russia Arctic was created in 2009. Its territory covers northern part of Frantz Joseph Land Archipelago. The largest bird colonies and walrus rookeries in the Northern hemisphere are situated here. Moreover, Frantz Joseph Land is one of major breeding sites of polar bears.
      Frantz Joseph Land is situated in Arctic Ocean and is a part of Arkhangelsk Region. This is one of the northernmost Russian territories. It is known, that Frantz Joseph Land is fertile in resources, but the main its wealth is nature, saved from Ice Age time.
Author: Yulia Buzykina


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