1. Meeting guests at the hotel at 09:00 pm
2. Departure for the night "hunt" for the Northern Lights.
3. On the road - a story about the Northern Lights: how it arises, the traditions of people of the north associated with the Northern Lights, modern methods of studying the radiance and its impact on human life.
4. Arrival at the place of observation, instructing the group on how best to photograph the radiance.
5. Observation of the northern lights, take pictures of it, take a selfie against it's background.
6. Return to the hotel
snowmobiles are always at your service
Activities of the northern land - create your snowman!
Murmansk (in the years 1916-1917 - Romanov-on-Murman) - a city in the north-west of Russia, the administrative center of the Murmansk region. The idea of creating the city of Romanov was voiced in a report by Minister of Railways A.F. Trepov “Regarding the Establishment of a City on the Murmansk Coast,” which was approved on June 29, 1916 by Emperor Nicholas II.
On July 6, 1916, Nicholas II imposed a resolution to name the new city of Romanov-on-Murman.
Murmansk is the largest city in the world located beyond the Arctic Circle. Murmansk is located on the rocky east coast of the Kola Bay of the Barents Sea. One of the largest ports in Russia. Thanks to the warm North Atlantic current, Murmansk is an ice-free port, which distinguishes it among the ports of the North and North-West of Russia.
Murmansk is the largest city in the world located beyond the Arctic Circle. The city stretches for more than 20 kilometers along the rocky east coast of the Kola Bay, 50 kilometers from the exit to the open sea. Murmansk is located 1,490 kilometers north of Moscow and 1,020 kilometers north of St. Petersburg. From west and east, the city is surrounded by forests. The highest point in Murmansk is an unnamed hill on the eastern border of the city with a height of 305 meters.
In Murmansk, 15 religious associations are registered. The largest is the Russian Orthodox Church, Murmansk is the center of its Murmansk and Monchegorsk diocese, as well as the Murmansk Metropolitanate. The city has about a dozen Orthodox churches, the department of the head of the diocese and metropolitan Metropolitan Simon is located in St. Nicholas Cathedral. The Catholic Church is represented by the Church of St. Michael the Archangel. Protestant religious associations also spread in Murmansk. There is a parish of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Ingria, Baptist organizations operate in the city. The construction of a mosque. The Murmansk Society for Krishna Consciousness is the only official association registered in the city that is not among the Abrahamic religions.
The city has a developed hotel chain. The largest hotels in the city include the Azimut Hotel “Arktika”, “Meridian”, “Park Inn Polyarnye Zori”, “Sailor”, “Lights of Murmansk”, “69 parallel”, “Marine”, etc.
In the city, as well as in the region, there are 6 GSM / LTE mobile operators: MTS Beeline MegaFon Tele2 Rostelecom Yota SberMobile.
Two memorial complexes are most noteworthy: a monument to the defenders of the Soviet Arctic (Murmansk Alyosha) and sailors who died in peacetime. Murmansk Alyosha is one of the largest monuments in Russia. The largest number of attractions are concentrated in the Oktyabrsky District, on Five Corners Square and Lenin Avenue. Here is the tallest building in the city - the eighteen-story hotel "Arctic", as well as the first monument of Murmansk - a monument to the victims of foreign intervention. The heart of the Lenin district was Lake Semenovskoye, in the center of which is a fountain. On its shores is the Murmansk Oceanarium, the northernmost in the world. The newly-built bridge across the Kola Bay, the Church of the Savior on Waters and the monument "Waiting" became a kind of visiting card of the city.
MONUMENT TO THE DEFENSE OF THE SOVIET POLAR
MEMORIAL “SEAMAN DIED IN PEACE TIME”
City streets in the snow...
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