The Trans-Siberian Railway runs for more than 9290 km (5772 miles) starting in Moscow and running to Vladivostock in the east. For more than a hundred years, it has been a mode of transportation across the wild and remote parts of Russia. In this video, we hop aboard the train for a quick three minute tour across 6275 km (3900 miles) of its length, stretching into Mongolia. Along the way, you’ll catch a glimpse of the landscapes and people that can be found there. It is one epic ride, and a journey I’d love to take some day.
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