Siberia - Irkutsk
Performance #4 - History museum of the city of Irkutsk
Ulitsa Frank-Kamenetskogo, 16А, Irkutsk - GPS Coordinate 52.290679 N, 104.296487 E
The people of Irkutsk lived in teepees like the native Americans not long ago. Close to Irkutsk, Lake Baikal is the largest supply of liquid fresh water on the surface of the Earth. It’s a magical and mysterious place.
This new performance consisted in introducing into a typical and traditional Irkutsk decor a hand of luck which has its place in this spot of serenity and communion with nature.
Siberia is a large Russian province that includes most of northern Asia. Its land consists of tundra, coniferous forests and mountain ranges such as the Urals, Altai and the Verkhoyansk Mountains. To the south, Lake Baikal is the deepest lake in the world. It is surrounded by a network of hiking trails called the Great Baikal Trail. The Trans-Siberian Railway crosses Lake Baikal on its route from Moscow to the Sea of Japan