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Photos of Russian Nature at Pristine Russia Festival

The 7th Pristine Russia Festival will last until February 16 in Moscow. The festival celebrates nature preservation and nature photography.

Kronotsky Nature Reserve, Kamchatka, Sergey Gorshkov and Igor Shpilenok

Kronotsky Nature Reserve, Kamchatka, Sergey Gorshkov and Igor Shpilenok
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Russia boasts a varied natural landscape, from Kamchatka in the Far East to Kaliningrad on the Baltic shore, from subtropical to polar regions. It has wide rivers and high mountains, deep lakes, and pristine forests. Not many people get to see these wonders with their own eyes, but anyone can come to Pristine Russia, a huge natural photography exhibition, which will be held in Moscow for the seventh time.

The exhibition is accompanied by an educational programme that features workshops, lectures, and documentaries.

Address: Gostiny Dvor, 4 Ilyinka Ulitsa (Okhotny Ryad, Teatralnaya, Ploshad Revolutsii, or Kitai-Gorod metro stations).

Opening hours: 11 am – 8 pm daily; ticket office closes at 7 pm.

Tickets: 450 RUB; students 250 RUB. Tickets are also available online.