One of the pine tree set in the ice at the beginning of winter to show the way across frozen lake Baikal, in case of bad weather. Many car break through the ice every years....Four grand mothers (Olga, Marya, Masha and Irina) that are Old Believers, a religious sect from Siberia near the border from Mongolia are crossing frozen lake Baikal. Although they live just 2 hours from Lake Baikal, this is the first time these 60 year old reknowned singers saw the lake in winter. They were scared,...
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One of the pine tree set in the ice at the beginning of winter to show the way across frozen lake Baikal, in case of bad weather. Many car break through the ice every years....Four grand mothers  (Olga, Marya, Masha and Irina) that are Old Believers, a religious sect from Siberia near the border from Mongolia are crossing frozen lake Baikal. Although they live just 2 hours from Lake Baikal, this is the first time these 60 year old reknowned singers saw the lake in winter. They were scared, amazed, then excited!


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