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Not by Meat Alone: Vegetarian Menu of the Ancient Baikal
We wrote a lot about the fact that Evenki cuisine is based on meat-eating culture. Despite this, vegetables, berries and herbs were definitely a huge part of the diet of ancient inhabitants of Lake Baikal. At the same time, they were completely puzzled by yeast bread, because they baked their bread only with the use of vegetable flour...
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The Guardians of the Olkhinskoye Plateau, or Where a Climber Should Go on Lake Baikal
“Key to Baikal” proceeds with traveling to mountain residuals of the majestic Olkhinskoye plateau.
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The Swimming Monster of Olkhon: Kobylya Golova Cape
The Kobylya Golova Cape greets everyone who goes to Olkhon by ferry. We will tell you who invented the cape’s name and which parts of it are definitely worth seeing during your trip.
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Elantsy: The Olympic Village of Baikal
We keep on acquainting you with the extraordinary villages of Lake Baikal. The new subject of the section will be the village situated close to everyone’s way to Olkhon. The “Key to Baikal” will tell you why it is worth staying in Elantsy for a little bit longer and under which circumstances you should better do this.
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Primorsky Ridge: The Place Where the Earth and Sky Meet
Traveling along the Primorsky Ridge is one of the most underrated attractions of Lake Baikal: it is the best way to see the most beautiful places of the lake from a bird’s eye view.
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Baikal “Pillars”: Where a Climber Should Go on Baikal
On the occasion of the Day of Mountaineering, we will tell where you should go if you decided to visit Lake Baikal and are also fond of conquering the rocks. As you might have already guessed, here you can find the routes both for beginners and professionals.