The Orenburg-Moscow: tickets on salt lake
The issue of work recreational areas have already been addressed in many regions of Russia. Of course, most of these areas are located in the SFD and NCFD, as there…

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The Largest salt lakes in the world
Salt lake should be called a mineral, as such are considered lakes with a salinity of more than 1 per mil (thousandth of). Most often the salt lake endorheic basin,…

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Salt lake Sol-Iletsk

About salt lakes, Sol-Iletsk

“the Most wonderful doctor – nature,

Though, because heals

Three-quarters of all diseases…”

The City Of Sol-Iletsk . located 70 km from the city of Orenburg is a large railway junction connecting Russia with Kazakhstan and Central Asian States.

The most interesting attraction of Sol-Iletsk – a group of salt lakes formed on the site of the old salt workings. Sol-Iletsk Deposit on the basis of fangotherapy is a national treasure of Russia.

The unique lake is located at an altitude of 120 meters above sea level, cover an area of 53 hectares. Mineral (salty) lakes are unique in their composition, temperature and curative action.

The history of the development of therapeutic mud, salt, brine and other natural resources Sol-Iletsk steppe has for centuries. Traditional methods of treatment exist on the lakes for many years.

The climate of Sol-Iletsk – continental, with hot summers and cool winters. Relative humidity ranges from 50 to 70%, which is in the range most favorable to the person. With approach of warm days the water temperature rises and reaches about 34-36 C.

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Climate: Tropical monsoon climate. From November to March the humidity reaches 95% at a temperature of 30ş – it can adversely affect people with poor health; it is recommended to wear light clothes made of natural fabrics. The most favorable climate in the period June – September.

Religion: Balinese Hinduism – «hindudharma» (94% of the indigenous population of Bali), Islam (90% of the population of Indonesia), Buddhism, Hinduism, Catholicism.

Visa regime: From 01.01.2015 the Russian citizens visa-free entry to Indonesia for up to 30 days, visa fee on entry is cancelled. If your stay is more than 30 days (but less than 45), you must open a visa of Indonesia in Moscow. Also a necessary requirement to enter Indonesia Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months after the end of the trip.

Rules for hand baggage when travelling to Indonesia: from 21 may 2007 entered into force on the disposal of ICAO rules of transportation of liquids in the cabin for passengers travelling to Indonesia. All containers containing liquids and other products of similar consistence, should have a capacity not exceeding 100ml. these containers must be Packed in transparent, Continue reading

The Lake Ontario.

Lake Ontario is one of the five Great lakes of North America. It is the lowermost and is the smallest of them. From the North and the South-West, it is bounded by the canadian province of Ontario, and from the South American state of new York. Ontario, the most populous of all the provinces of Canada, is named after lake Ontario. In the language of the Indian tribe Huron ontario means ” Lake of shining waters”. It is the latest in the chain of the Great lakes and serves as an outlet to the Atlantic ocean via river St. Lawrence. In the lake empties into the river Niagara,which connects lake Ontario with lake Erie, and the river flows out of St. Lawrence river, which flows into the Atlantic ocean. Lake Ontario is the easternmost of the Great lakes, and has the smallest area of water space is about 19,000 square km of Navigable canals connects lake Ontario with lake Erie and the Hudson river, to the waters of the lake adjacent to the famous lake – toes pertaining to typical tunnel valleys.*

At various times lake Ontario had different names, on the maps of 1662-1663.g. the lake was called Ongiara (Ondiara), and on French maps, 1912. it was called Frontenac (Frontenac Lac). In size, the lake occupies the 14th place in the world. The length of the coastline is 1146 km, a maximum depth of 244 m, a mean depth of 86 m. the length Continue reading