Slyudyanka, located on the western tip of Lake Baikal, is the only working railway station in the world made completely out of marble.
The construction of this unique station was completed in 1904 and today it’s a historical and cultural landmark on the Trans-Siberian Railway. pic.twitter.com/7pjPC1F6YV
Hello everyone! Conceived a social project in which I and my dog Sharik want to travel from the city of Ufa to Vladivostok (about 8000 km) by commuter trains (trains) in order to cover life and social problems in the Russian outback. We also want to visit Lake Baikal to also show
#TBT to Listvyanka, a small town on the shore of Lake Baikal in Russia. I only spent 3 and a bit days in this deserted little town, but I have PLENTY stories from my short visit. From the bus journey there (last… instagram.com/p/B_DeSnnJ1hf/…