A cool place
By Evgeniy Vishnevskiy
A quick glance at a map is enough to understand that Siberia is a land of great rivers and lakes. And the people who assimilated these harsh spaces settled mainly along the banks of the rivers where there were practically no roads to speak off. And the rivers were blessed with, and continue to be blessed with an abundance of fish.
Siberia does not just have a lot of fish, it has a huge quantity of fish in all kinds of varieties: black (pike, burbot, carp, dace), red (sturgeon, sterlet), and white (nelma, omul, broad whitefish, muksun, grayling, and togunok).
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Photograph: Roman Golubenko Translated by Joanna Dobson