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A Photo of a Russian Orthodox Church in Khatanga, Siberia, Russia.

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In this deeply frozen city of Khatanga, Siberia, Russia, they needed a beautiful church like this one.
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A Russian Orthodox Church in Khatanga
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Located on the South West side of town in Khatanga was this beautiful Russian Orthodox church. 

This photo was taken just before Russia's Easter Celebration which takes place on May 4th, celebrating, in Khatanga, the coming of warmer weather.

This town has two months of summer and it sometimes snows in these months.  The temperatures in Khatanga, in the winter, hit a whopping  -90 degrees F.   Yulia, the lady in the store, told me that at these super cold temperatures you could actually see the air near the ground.  She said that you could see the swirls of air moving and that the street lights shown straight up.  I'm really not sure what she meant about the street lights but it may be because the super cold air, right next to the ground, may have some reflective properties. 



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