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Nenets Autonomous Okrug

In Northwest of Eurasia, there is a federal subject named Nenets Autonomous Okrug. It is surrounded by the Barents Sea, the White Sea and the Kara Sea. The majority of its land is found on the Arctic Circle and includes the Kanine Peninsula and Kolguyev Island.
The land of Nenets is populated by indigenous people named Nenets. They are nomadic people, who breed reindeers.
But due to the severe climate the main part of its territory is characterized as tundra, but we can also find forests and marshy places.
Local fauna is of modest diversity. The wildlife is represented by colonies of birds, polar foxes and reindeers.
We invite you to visit this area and discover its pristine nature.
You will be definitely surprised with what you can learn from the way the Nenets people live their life. You will have an opportunity to meet reindeers and admire unique aurora.
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