Irkutsk is located in the southeast of Eastern Siberia. It is the capital of Russia’s Irkutsk Oblast. The city has a history spanning over 300 years. Irkutsk Oblast is home to over 1500 tourist locations. A popular location is Lake Baikal and Irkutsk is the closest city to it. There are many examples of unique historic architecture in the city. Some outstanding examples are the Church of the Savior, Sobor Bogoyavlensky, Znamensky Monastery, and the city’s various museums.
曽小姐it is one of the most beautiful church I came across in the world. those sculptures by ice are beautiful as Crystal Palace and shinny under sunshine. in the church there is a small shop for silver chain and pendant in cross, good price and fine workmanship。
AURURA木木Irkutsk Fly Railway Station is on the riverside. When we went there happened to be the Russian New Year, so there were few people on the street, but the railway station still had a lot of photos for those who like photography. It’s also nice to watch the sunset.
子弹之痕迹From the Decembo Uprising Square by the Angara River to the street of the Chinese Consulate, Irkut’s main street. Karl Marx Street is the main road that runs through the city. At the end of the river leading to the monument is the statue of Alexander the Great III. No matter where you live or where you are going, you will always pass this road countless times. From the intersection to the river, you will encounter the Ohropkov Theater, the Museum of Local History, and the Library of Irkutsk State University. It is also one of the most popular places for tourists from all over the world. There are various nostalgic or modern cafes, supermarkets, bars and other shops on the streets.
AURURA木木Basically it is a small city center, and then Chinese students studying in Irkutsk University usually work as part-time drivers and tour guides, because it is quite cheap to buy a car here. Navigation can find this square.
288***75This restaurant is a chain store, both on 130 Street in Irkutsk and Ulan-Ude. The restaurant is beautifully decorated, the food is quite big, the price is very beautiful, the taste is good, grilled mushrooms are the favorite. Four people ordered a large table of dishes, plus three glasses of wine, one drink, and the bill was only more than 200 yuan.
M48***13The Baikal Museum is a comprehensive museum that introduces the animals, plants, geology and humanities of the Baikal region. The products here are very rich, allowing everyone to understand all aspects of Lake Baikal very intuitively. This is really a treasure given to Russia by nature, allowing you to have a deep understanding and knowledge of Lake Baikal.
Jan 22, 2021 Irkutsk Weather:Sunny, Northeasterly Wind:0-10 kph, Humidity:84%, Sunrise/Sunset:08:59/17:31
Super Meng Irkutsk Seal House
Many people do not know that there is also a seal shop in the city of Irkutsk
but the seal shop overall is relatively small
only a few dolphins and trainers provide a fixed time Performance
If you have not seen the seal show, you can still go
from 11 o'clock every 45 minutes there is a
everyone can adjust the time according to their own itinerary
fare is 300 rubles One person, 350 rubles
weekend is 250-280 rubles
seals are not allowed to take pictures
after the performance, there are separate photos and video time
but is an extra charge 60-200 rubles not equal
personal suggestion If you will go to Listvyanka later, you can watch
at the seal shop over there, but the photo charges will be more expensive than the urban expensive
photo price At the door
Address: 2- .
As soon as you see the name of this museum, you may be dizzy
Vladimir Pratonovich. Sukachowa
Russian can understand if he reads in Chinese
He is Russian The philanthropist and collector
is also the founder of this Irkutsk museum
so this museum is named after him
the museum itself is a 19th century ruins
In addition to the usual various exhibitions
weekends, there are different parties. The concert
fixed exhibition hall has two floors
one floor is showing 15th to 20th century Russian art
layer is Showing European and Oriental art from the 16th to the 19th centuries
want to feel Russian culture, this is indeed a good choice
Irkutsk small mysterious path
This place is a route from school to urban area at school
every summer and autumn
will deliberately take the tram from here
The long railroad is surrounded by trees on both sides.
Summer looks particularly refreshing
fall. The whole path is golden
path. Most of the roads are traditional wooden small. The house
each is decorated with different colors and flowers
looks particularly love
there is a large piece of the original deep forest
summer when the road is driving a large lilac / Hh/ If time is very leisurely, you can check it out here
It is recommended to take the tram from the train station gate
all the way along the trail to see the most ordinary local life look
the bottom station is opposite Technical University
can also take a walk along the school
to see the daily of Russian college students
Traffic Guide: Take the No. 1 tram from the city to the " " station Down
then reverse walking
or take the bus Take the tram after you get to the train station.
Passing through a small village of Taliz in the town of Listvyanka, it seems to have entered the small village of the original Siberian inhabitants.
In the village, the enthusiastic uncle picked up and jumped with the horse to scare me. I knew that he was kind enough to fear that I was afraid that the horse would not take a photo.
There are a lot of local hand-made birch boxes, honey
someone knows what is the picture?
Gently push open the heavy wooden door and walk inside the church. The zenith of the church is very high, and the interior is so quiet that it is no different from the depths of Lake Baikal. This atmosphere makes the breathing cautious. In the front hall, there are huge golden chandeliers, which shed white light particles and illuminate the passage of the soles of the feet.
The light is everywhere, warm and gentle caressing everything in the space, sprinkled with the already very inner room. I remembered the unusual afternoons in my life, but my thoughts could not be touched even if they were extended for a long time. Time is slowly moving in a silence.
Lake Baikal, on the banks of the Angara River, surrounded by white birch forests and white snow, is actually an open-air museum. The buildings here are all built. The construction of the Irkutsk reservoir caused the water level to rise. So the ancient buildings on the Angara River, including the Ilimsky Castle built in 1667 and the Kazan Chapel built in 1679, have all been moved here.
The early pioneers of Siberia in Russia lived in these wooden houses built of huge logs. Each wooden house is an exhibition hall. In cold Siberia, only buildings made of wood and rope are used. It can keep the cold air out, the snow and ice outside the window, and the interior is as warm as spring.
Along the snow-covered path, you can walk all the way to the Angara River, the only river flowing out of Lake Baikal. The river is wide and calm, and the opposite hillside is endless coniferous forest.
If you want to go to Lake Baikal, the city you must pass is Irkutsk! This small town full of Russian flavor in the 1990s is also a popular tourist city. There are relatively few tourists in winter. Most of them are tourists from countries around Japan and Japan. They want to see the scenery of Lake Baikal in winter.
Of course, Irkutsk is also worth a whole day to go through it, especially these beautiful churches, although the most famous is the Kazan Cathedral, but these are not inferior. They are the Church of the Holy Cross, the Church of Spasskaya, the Roman Catholic Church, and the Cathedral of the Epiphany. My favorite may be the Epiphany Cathedral. The domes of different heights are very nice and cute!
Karl Marx Street (. ) is the main street in the old town of Irkutsk and the center of the old town. It is almost across the entire Irkutsk. There are cafes, supermarkets, bars and other large and small shops, as well as cosmetics stores, gold shops, fur shops and musical instruments. It is quite prosperous. Along the way you can see the monuments of Alexander III, the Irkutz Regional History Museum, the Irkutsk Theatre, the stadium, the cinema and other European-style Russian architecture. Lenin Square, at the intersection of Karl Marx and Lenin Road, is the transport hub of the old town and can lead to important historical buildings.
The closer to Marks Street, the city has the look of the city. The whole street is tilted east-west. There are some small shops, cafes, European-style buildings, small windows and small doors. There are some green plants in front of each store. There are potted flowers on the street lamps, dotted with streets. The streets are not spacious, there are not many pedestrians, and there are countless windows and narrow doorways on both sides. The wind will blow up the dust and blow through the benches under the sun. It is no wonder that Li Jian found the shadow of Harbin in his childhood in Irkutsk. This is the life I yearn for.
Located on the eastern shore of Lake Baikal, The Taltsy Museum of Wooden Architecture and Ethnography is the first Siberian regional museum to showcase the evolution of local huts for centuries. The
museum is located on a forested hollow on the banks of the Angara River. The museum is more like an open-air park. Almost all of the buildings here are original or restored wooden buildings restored or relocated. There are all kinds of wooden houses from different classes, occupations and uses. There are also Buryatia yurts.
40 Multiple buildings and 8,000 exhibits, carefully smashed down from the details of the building and the interior of the house, you can see the changes in the folk life of Russians and Buryats in the surrounding area of Lake Baikal , interesting and full of history. The long wooden slides in the winter open space will be poured into water and frozen into ice, filled with the laughter of the children.