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Along the River Yana

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Abstract
Yakutia. Tourists sail on a wooden raft along the Yana River from the region of the city of Verkhoyansk to the north, to the port of Nizhne-Yansk on the Laptev Sea coast. Mountain, rocky banks of the Yana river. The raft bypasses the rapids on the river. Rough course of the river. The raft moors to the shore at the "Kular" pier. Tourists on a passing all-terrain vehicle go to the Kular gold mine. Bulldozers and dredges are working at the mine. Flushing of gold-bearing rock. The settlement of workers of the "Kular" mine. A bulldozer pulls the raft from the shore into the water. Barges, boats, a raft with tourists are sailing along the Yana River in the fog. Tourists pull a raft along the river with ropes, and walk along the shore by themselves. Excavations on the shore with permafrost. Tourists dig up mammoth bones. The raft with tourists comes to the pier of the port of Nizhne-Yansk. Tourists say goodbye to the river, to the raft, leave the shore.
Director
A. Vagin
Color
Color
Film ID
20200
Keywords
non-ferrous metallurgy
, river transport
, tourism
, geology
Meterage
280,7
Number of Parts
1
Operators
I. Osipov
Other Creators
Sound V. Kutuzov, script by Y. Gurvich, text by L. Pikalev
Release Date
1965
Sound
Has Sound

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