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From the Urals to Kamchatka

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Abstract
A film about the culture and life of the peoples inhabiting Siberia and the Far East. City Novosibirsk. Institute of Geology, House of Scientists in Akademgorodok; the building of the Novosibirsk Opera and Ballet Theater; station square in Novosibirsk; a train departs from the platform. Lake Baikal shore. Fishermen are unloading fish from their nets. Krasnoyarsk city; the dam of the Krasnoyarsk hydroelectric power station, a sports complex, a bridge over the Yenisei River; buyers at the counters of the department store. Norilsk city; swimming pool, florist, grocery stores. Khabarovsk; fountain in the square; monument to E. Khabarov. Amur river. Bone carver at work; bone products. Vladivostok city; a monument to the fighters for the establishment of Soviet power in the Far East; cinema, ships in the Vladivostok seaport. Meeting at the port of the flotilla. Kamchatka; trees by the ocean, geyser; volcanologists are working.
Director
K. Deryabin
Color
Color
Film ID
24668
Keywords
science
, energy
, fishing
, sports
, sea transport
, state trade
, landscapes
, decorative and applied art
, railway transport
, sculpture
, utilities
, art
Meterage
284
Number of Parts
1
Operators
S. Gavrilov, A. Lesnikov
Other Creators
Sound G. Erykalov, script by K. Deryabin, D. Mirkin
Release Date
1973
Sound
Has Sound

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