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Trans-Siberian Railway 西伯利亞鐵路 @2017

( Note : The world map on the opening is collected from a third party. It was commented to be not correct in detail. Please ignore it and enjoy this video as tourism rather than political reason. ) Personal Chinese Website : Date of Travel : mid May -- mid June 2017 Chapter 1 : ( 01:50 ) HK -- Shanghai -- Seoul -- Donghae Chapter 2 : ( 04:10 ) Donghae -- Vladivostok Chapter 3 : ( 09:40 ) Vladivostok -- Irkutsk Chapter 4 : ( 17:05 ) Irkutsk -- Lake Baikal, Olkhon Island -- Irkutsk Chapter 5 : ( 24:26 ) Irkutsk -- Ekaterinburg Chapter 6 : ( 28:50 ) Ekaterinburg -- Moscow Chapter 7 : ( 37:31 ) Moscow -- St Petersburg Panasonic Lumix GH5 GoPro Hero 4 Black Panasonic Lumix G Vario 14-140mm F3.5 Olympus M. Zuiko Digital ED 7-14mm F2.8 Pro GH5 4K 50fps GoPro Hero 4 25fps Wondershare Filmora Version 8.3.1

Russia/Trans Siberia Express (Moscow to Yekaterinburg - Екатеринбург) Part 17

Welcome to my travelchannel.On my channel you can find almost 1000 films of more than 70 countries. See the playlist on my youtube channel.Enjoy! The Trans-Siberian Railway: The Trans-Siberian Railway (TSR, Russian: Транссиби́рская магистра́ль, tr. Transsibirskaya Magistral; IPA: is a network of railways connecting Moscow with the Russian Far East. With a length of 9,289 kilometres (5,772 miles), it is the longest railway line in the world. There are connecting branch lines into Mongolia, China and North Korea. It has connected Moscow with Vladivostok since 1916, and is still being expanded. It was built between 1891 and 1916 under the supervision of Russian government ministers personally appointed by Tsar Alexander III and his son, the Tsarevich Nicholas (later Tsar Nicholas II). Even before it had been completed, it attracted travellers who wrote of their adventures. The Trans-Siberian line remains the most important transport link within Russia; around 30% of Russian exports travel on the line. While it attracts many foreign tourists, it gets most of its use from domestic passengers. Today the Trans-Siberian Railway carries about 200,000 containers per year to Europe. Russian Railways intends to at least double the volume of container traffic on the Trans-Siberian and is developing a fleet of specialised cars and increasing terminal capacity at the ports by a factor of 3 to 4. By 2010, the volume of traffic between Russia and China could reach 60 million tons (54 million tonnes), most of which will go by the Trans-Siberian. With perfect coordination of the participating countries' railway authorities, a trainload of containers can be taken from Beijing to Hamburg, via the Trans-Mongolian and Trans-Siberian lines in as little as 15 days, but typical cargo transit times are usually significantly longer and typical cargo transit time from Japan to major destinations in European Russia was reported as around 25 days. According to a 2009 report, the best travel times for cargo block trains from Russia's Pacific ports to the western border (of Russia, or perhaps of Belarus) were around 12 days, with trains making around 900 km (559 mi) per day, at a maximum operating speed of 80 km/h (50 mph). However, in early 2009, Russian Railways announced an ambitious "Trans-Siberian in Seven Days" programme; according to this plan, $11 billion will be invested over the next five years to make it possible for goods traffic to cover the same 9,000 km (5,592 mi) distance in just seven days. The plan will involve increasing the cargo trains' speed to 90 km/h (56 mph) in 2010–12, and, at least on some sections, to 100 km/h (62 mph) by 2015. At these speeds, goods trains will be able to cover 1,500 km (932 mi) per day.

MOSCOW, the famous METRO (subway, underground) STATIONS, RUSSIA

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Game Theory: Ash's Age FINALLY Solved! (Pokemon)

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Trans-Siberian by Private Train

The epic Private Train Journey on the world's most famous Railroad Further Information: Over 30 years of experience - More than 30,000 satisfied guests. Director Michael Altenhenne has captured the journey on the Trans-Siberian by private train with his camera in a virtuoso manner. His impressions of Russia, Mongolia and China are perfect to lose oneself in the yearning for or maybe even one's own memories of the last genuine adventure trip on earth. The unique atmosphere onboard the comfortable private train, the sublime mood of the travellers and the natural and cultural wonders en route unfold their irresistible charm in this excellent documentary. Filmmaker: Michael Altenhenne (

Ekaterinburg or Yekaterinburg is the fourth largest city in Russia. The city was founded in 1723 by the order of Peter the Great. It was named after the wife of Peter the Great, Yekaterina. In 1918, the last czar family was imprisoned, and later executed, in a house in Yekaterinburg which was later demolished. Between 1924 and 1991, the town was known as Sverdlovsk named after Communist party leader Yakov Sverdlov.


The city lies along the Iset River, which is a tributary of the Tobol River, and on the eastern slope of the Ural Mountains, slightly east of the border between Europe and Asia. The city has a total area of 495 square kilometers

Yekaterinburg is the third largest transport hub of Russia. The city has 6 federal highways, 7 main railway lines, and an international airport. Yekaterinburg is an important railway junction, with lines radiating from it to all parts of the Urals and the rest of Russia.

Yekaterinburg is a major center for the Russian tourist industry. In 2015, the city was one of the top five most visited Russian cities. Most tourists go to bow to the memory of the last Russian emperor and his family.

With a population of 1.4 million people, Yekaterinburg is the 4th most populous city in Russia. Christianity is the predominant religion in the city, of which most are adherents to the Russian Orthodox Church. Other religions practiced in Yekaterinburg include Islam, Old Believers, Catholicism. Yekaterinburg has a large percentage of Muslims, but the community suffers from a lack of mosques in the city: with there are only 2 small mosques.

Yekaterinburg is one of the major industrial centres of Russia, especially for heavy engineering. The Uralmash produces heavy machinery . Engineering products manufactured in the city include metallurgical and chemical machinery, turbines, diesels, and ball bearings. During the Soviet period the city was a major centre of biological and chemical warfare research and development. During the Soviet Era, Sverdlovsk was turned into an industrial and administrative powerhouse that played a part in the Soviet Union's economy. Some of the tallest buildings in Russia are located in the city.

Yekaterinburg is also a leading sports center in Russia. Yekaterinburg has a total of 1728 sports facilities, including 16 stadiums, 440 indoor gyms and 45 swimming pools. In 2018, Yekaterinburg is one of the 11 Russian cities that will host the 2018 FIFA World Cup. The matches will be played on the upgraded Central Stadium.

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