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"Looking back, we wonder: could Stalinism have been as bad as we feared? Kolyma answers with a resounding "yes." Exploring the legendary Siberian prison camp...

Driving the Road of Bones (Kolyma Highway) in winter at ~60-100 km/hr

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Lena River Ferry. Yakutsk - Kolyma Highway. BMW F800GS July 2014

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Driving on Kolyma highway part 3

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