Kamchatka wild and untamed

The Kamchatka Peninsula is wild and untamed. It measures 1250 km long and 480 km wide at its largest point. The landmass is a 370,000 km² peninsula. Kamchatka peninsula is wild and untamed. Furthermore, the peninsular juts into the Pacific Ocean and juts off the eastern coast of Russia, north of Japan, and across the Bering Sea from Alaska. Kamchatka opened for tourism in 1990. Before that, it was closed, as it was a military base for missile testing. As a result, transport, […]

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