2011 Discover Siberia Project

2011 Discover Siberia Project

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Between 2009 – 2011, Omsk State University student Maria Ermolenko developed DiscoverSiberia.net as a research project. The study contrasted the common stereotypes of Siberia and how they contrast the actual contribution Siberia makes on the world stage. Ms. Ermolenko went on to graduate with honors from Omsk State University and we wish her great success in future endeavors.

The educational value of Maria’s research has been preserved to benefit site visitors who now use DiscoverSiberia.net as a world job locator.

Khanty-Mansiysk The Mountain Skiing Centre

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Cold and Snow

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No Longer Gulag and No More Exile

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Riches of the Far East

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Bronze Age Complex in Altai

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The Siberian Beauty – Yevgenia Lapova

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Siberia’s Yakut People

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Mystery Khanty Of Siberia

Today there are around 22,500 Khanty living in Siberia. Most Khanty people live in the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug in Western ...

The Blue Eye of Siberia or Siberian Pearl

  Lake Baikal – the most outstanding lake on earth is known as the Blue Eye of Siberia, and also ...

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