Scientists: the cradle of mankind is a volcanic lake
Experts believe that the hot and fresh water could contribute to the development of life on Earth. The first primitive living cells could appear in the waters of fresh lakes,…

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Big Lake - View local history information
Great Lake The village is a Large Lake located in Pavlodarskom the Gorky village Council district. Northern forest-steppe. North-East from Omsk to 80 km, 30 km South-West from the district…

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Question on fishing in the North Karelia June 2014. Jeep-botflies travelers – JEEP 4×4 CLUB

Good day, friends!

Was going fishing for the June holidays with two crews (my Jeep with good sneakers and X-Trail – civilian).

In the presence of a Flagship and -450 15-Mercury.

I want to catch: Grayling, whitefish, trout . Arctic char, pike, big perch.

Themselves mainly fished in the South of lake Ladoga.

I want to see new places. catch delicious fish (not blanks). have a great time with friends and dad.

Review for fishing lake.Kent – but it is not clear yet, as there reach. Perhaps leaving the car in the nearest village.

The second option is Pyaozero. The area of the Nape, Castingi or Sofporog.

Accommodation in tents.

Called the base at the Nape – they said that huntsman’s service to use when renting a house. And the price tag of the house, from my point of view, is not humane.

Maybe someone else will advise. Preferably with passwords and appearances!

If anyone can or knows someone who is local (hunters) who could show a Parking lot (way to explain it), recommendations, and more importantly to catch her? Maybe on the first day to walk with us. Naturally for reasonable remuneration.

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Borovoe in Kazakhstan

View of lake Borovoe (Auliekol) from the mountain Okzhetpes, and in the middle of the lake – the rock

In the North of Kazakhstan, two hundred kilometers from the capital of Kazakhstan – Astana. is the national Park Burabay (Borovoe) , has long been dubbed “Switzerland of Kazakhstan” because of the beautiful scenery on the kokshetausky height. The Park was arranged in the two thousandth year, and includes large areas of pine forests, lakes and fourteen unusual bizarre rock formations full of legends.

Burabay, the name originated from the people – was in the legends and legends of the Kazakhs white camel Borax, always warn people of dangers. People heard a loud roar of Borax, gathered his armor and had time to prepare for the attacks of enemies.

The formation of this resort village is now considered the beginning of the twentieth century – in 1910 was built the first sanatorium – kumysopitiya. The most famous lakes of this region – Auliekol (Burabay), Shortandy area (Shchuchye), Kotirkol. But no less attractive and transparent waters and other lakes – Szavakkal, Aynakol, Chanakkale(chebache).

There is a legend about the creation of this Paradise:

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Finland. The Territory Of Finland. Finland – information about the country: geography, climate, flora and fauna. Map of Finland

Climate, flora and fauna

The climate of Finland is temperate, transitional to continental. The Finnish climate is much milder than you might think, given its Northern location. The average temperature 6-10 degrees higher than in similar latitudes of other places, due to its proximity to the Baltic sea and West winds from the Atlantic warmed by the Gulf stream. The warmest place is the Aland Islands (the average January temperature is -4’C). The most cold – the North-Western part of Lapland (-16’C). A large part of Finland has an average January temperature from -5’C to -7’C. Summer is cool, especially North of the Gulf of Bothnia. Night frosts occur even in July. The average temperature in July ranges from +15’C to +17’C.

The climate of Finland is characterized by a large number of windy days. Dominated by the southwest warm and humid winds blowing from the Bothnian sea and bringing the bulk of the precipitation. On the coast most precipitation falls in autumn, in the Central regions in winter. Sustainable snow cover is formed in the North in late October and lasts until the end of may, in the Central part – from late November to early may. Winters are long in Northern Lapland polar night lasts about 50 days. Continue reading