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Road of bones in Kolyma, Russia
The most hardcore highway, you have ever seen, M56 Kolyma Highway, located in far east part of Russia. It connects Magadan and Yakutsk. The length of the ori...
Russia trip (2 of 3) - Hitchhiking The Road of Bones
Russian subtitled version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1F5HeZD-b4 Россия поездка 2 из 3 - Дорога Костей - С русскими субтитрами Newer version with some p...
M56 Kolyma Highway in eastern Russia
Kolyma Highway, Road of Bones BMW F800GS July 2014
I rode from Ulaanbaatar Mongolia to Magadan Russia, via Yakutsk on the Road of Bones. This was a typical Road of Bones section that made up a15 hour day of r...
Trans Siberian Highway Ultimate Ride 2012
The Trans-Siberian Highway is one of longest national highway in the world. This is unofficial name for a network of federal highways that span the width of ...
Kolyma, GULAG, the 'Road of Bones' (Obama Approved)
"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...
Kolyma Highway (Road) - Olchansky Mountain Pass in winter - Yakutia, Siberia/Russia
Join us in winter 2015! Yakutsk - Oymyakon - Magadan, The World's Coldest Winter Adventure Road Trip - http://visityakutia.com/?p=9 This is Olchansky mountai...
Driving the Road of Bones (Kolyma Highway) in winter at ~60-100 km/hr
This road was built by the inmates of Gulag camps, most of them were buried along the way. That's why it's named the Road of Bones. http://bit.ly/roadofbones...
Vienna - Magadan: The Road of Bones
Lena River Ferry. Yakutsk - Kolyma Highway. BMW F800GS July 2014
To get to Yakutsk, you need to take the ferry - no other way in the summer. I visited Yakutsk for 2 days and this was leaving Yakutsk and crossing the mighty...
Wed, 26 Mar 2014 15:07:30 -0700
During the 1940s and 50s, thousands of prisoners worked at forced labour camps in the Tomponsky district building the M56 Kolyma Highway, often called the "road of bones" as many of them died during construction. Minister Yekaterina Kormilitsyna said: ...
Fri, 28 Mar 2014 09:49:38 -0700
During the 1940s and 1950s, thousands of political prisoners, dissidents and anti-government activists worked in forced labour camps - the gulag - located in the Tomponsky District, where they built the M56 Kolyma Highway, often called the "road of ...
Sun, 12 Jan 2014 15:37:30 -0800
... when you reach and pass them you have an experience similar to that of drivers on the Road of Bones (Russia's M56 Kolyma Highway) in which you have passed the best efforts of that player or perhaps surpassed, since you are doing better than they did?
New Yorker (blog)
Thu, 26 Aug 2010 00:18:45 -0700
In the magazine this week, Ian Frazier recounts his visit to an abandoned Stalin-era gulag on the Topolinoe Highway, an offshoot of the M56 Kolyma Highway, known as the “Road of Bones,” on a trip to Siberia. (Last summer, we published Frazier's two ...
Mon, 11 Mar 2013 18:51:09 -0700
Across the 1,260-mile M56 Kolyma Highway, also known as the Road of Bones. Built by Gulag prisoners during the Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin era, this lethal frost-covered track is only passable during winter when the rivers are frozen over. With layers ...
The Independent (blog)
Mon, 03 Dec 2012 10:30:46 -0800
To get there, Charlie and his team had to travel along the M56 Kolyma Highway, or the 'Road of Bones', so called as when Stalin's political prisoners were digging it as part of his gulag programmes one dropped dead every metre. Their bodies were simply ...
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