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The shore of the lost ships (photo of the day)

Mystical cadres from the border of North Korea and the Primorye Territory of Russia

Photo-traveler Vadim Kurik visited the mysterious corner of the southernmost point of Russia, where the last refuge of dozens of foreign boats was found.

The shore of the lost ships (photo of the day)
Photo: Vadim Kurik
"I once saw how bloggers posted a trip to the Internet in a cemetery of North Korean schooners in the Khasansky district of Primorsky Krai, I got caught there, first I searched through the satellite, but I did not find the latest information. Last week I went there, having received a pass from the border guards, but, in fact, at random Lazarus .The road from Khasan (an urban settlement in the Khasansky district of Primorsky Krai, the population of 642 people at the census of 2017-approx) about 8-10 kilometers, but it is broken, we need I came to a place late at night, rested on a many kilometers deserted Hasan beach, before me appeared the open sea and clean white sand.Several view of the border poles, the passage, the passage, crawled, slipped and swim for which is strictly forbidden. as I saw on the map, there are the Tumannaya River, beyond which the territory of North Korea begins.In the opposite side, where there were no prohibitory signs, I explored the shore and found these picturesque wreckage fragments.

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As I understand it, these are fishing boats. I found 3 more or less preserved, and dozens of semi-sprinkled remains. I took several pictures at a long exposure, using additional lighting. In the night the shore looked like a cemetery of dinosaurs! By all indications it is clear that they found their sad jetty here for a long time, some of the boats left skeletons barely guessable among the sand dunes. Functionally, the residents of the village of Hassan can not use them, but they say that they periodically turn off something, "said East Russia amateur photographer Vadim Kurik.

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