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From Siberia with Love

Some views of the Rechnoy Vokzal subway station in Novorsibirsk, Russia.
This station has beautiful stained glass panels with the names of Siberian cities engraved at the top.
This one is dedicated to Novorsibirsk, the largest city East of the Ural mountains
Subway platform at Novosibirsk Metro, Russia.  The subway stations are so clean they remind me of the ones in Washington DC.  (No one was eating or drinking.)
This panel is dedicated to Mangazeya,
Novokuznetsk.
The sunlight at the top of this image is a glimpse of the metro line that goes over the Ob river.
This stained glass window is dedicated to Tobol'sk.
Surgut - It was explained to me that the name Surgut is Khanty

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