Into the wild from the summer heat

Sunday. Krasny-Kamen, Perm Territory. Those who prefer neither swimming nor fishing go to the Urals, where they can surf, kayak and look for the wreckages of crashed planes. Indeed, the Urals are home to the famous Molebsky Triangle—brother to the Bermuda Triangle—which attracts “ball lightning,” UFOs, and tourists from all over the world.

Sunday. Krasny-Kamen, Perm Territory. Those who prefer neither swimming nor fishing go to the Urals, where they can surf, kayak and look for the wreckages of crashed planes. Indeed, the Urals are home to the famous Molebsky Triangle—brother to the Bermuda Triangle—which attracts “ball lightning,” UFOs, and tourists from all over the world.

Tatyana Kupriyanuk
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