Ust-Tsilma (Russia, Komi Republic, in the past Arkhangelsk province)

Young lady from Ust-Tsilma, Russia. Ust-Tsilma is a rural locality of the Komi Republic, Russia, located where the Tsilma River enters the Pechora River. UN BELLO ROSTRO.

Komi in Russia - Komi Republic

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The Komi are indigenous peoples in northeastern Russia. The name “Komi” comes from the word “kam” meaning “large river” referring to the fact that they live around the basins of the Vychegda, Pechora and Kama rivers. They are the native inhabitants of the Komi Republic which was established in 1992. There are many lakes and rivers in the region, therefore the waterways were the main routes of transportation and communication.

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Eurasia: Young Komi girl dressed in traditional reindeer skin clothing, Yamal, westerns Siberia, Russia

Wood mushrooms in a forest of Komi Republic, Russia

Wood mushrooms in a forest of the Komi Republic :: Central Eurasia Image Database

Snowy views of Komi Republic and Nenets autonomous okrug in Russia were captured by Frederick Taer

Snowy views of Komi Republic and Nenets autonomous okrug in Russia were captured by Frederick Taer

THE MANPUPUNER FORMATIONS    In Mansi their name means “little mountain of the gods”, but they are also known as the Seven Strong Men. They are found in the Komi Republic in the Northern Ural Mountains of Russia, which are among the world’s oldest extant mountain ranges, extending 2,498 km from the Kazakh steppes along the northern border of Kazakhstan to the coast of the Arctic ocean.

The Manpupuner rock formations also known as the Seven Strong Men Rock Formations are a set of 7 gigantic abnormally shaped stone pillars located north of the Ural mountains in the Komi Republic, Russia.

Nature and Society in Komi Republic, Russia

Nature and Society in Komi Republic, Russia

Komi republic landscape

Komi republic landscape

A girl's costume of the Ust-Tsilma (Russia, Komi Republic, in the past Arkhangelsk province)

A girl's costume of the Ust-Tsilma (Russia, Komi Republic, in the past Arkhangelsk province)

cool rock formations

Nature's Stone Giants

Man Pupu Nyor – located in Komi Republic, in the part of Ural Mountains of Russia. Man-Pupu-Nyor meaning little mountains of the GOD is the formation of seven

Komi republic nature view

Blue water and blue mountains

A girl's costume of the Ust-Tsilma (Russia, Komi Republic, in the past Arkhangelsk province)

A girl of the Ust-Tsilma (Russia, Komi Republic, in the past Arkhangelsk province)

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