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Bar “Icebreaker Krasin” opened on isolated Spitsbergen

The Governor of the Spitsbergen archipelago extended the quarantine until May 18, specifically including May 17, the day of the Norwegian Constitution. And although not a single case of coronavirus has been recorded on the archipelago for the entire time of the pandemic, the regional authorities continue to comply with strict requirements – everyone who arrives in the archipelago must stay in isolation for 14 days. Even if they had already spent time in isolation on the mainland before.

Meanwhile, in the Russian Barentsburg on Spitsbergen, new routes for tourists are being tested and they hope that in July Norway will open the borders for foreign tourists.

As the head of RG told The Arctic Tourism Center “Grumant” Timofey Rogozhin, “We hope to open for Norwegian tourists in June, and maybe even earlier. We hope that Norway will open its external borders in July.”

Meanwhile, says Rogozhin, the Russians working in Svalbard are very happy – on May 5, the new helicopter of the Arktikugol trust MI-8 MT made its first flight in the archipelago. The helicopter was delivered from Russia by an Il-76 cargo plane back in mid-March, just when quarantine was introduced on Svalbard. The new machine was necessary, since the old Mi-8 had already fulfilled every conceivable timeframe for extending the regulations. However, due to isolation measures introduced by Norway, the helicopter was only assembled and left for storage at the airport of Longigyirbuen, the capital of the Svalbard archipelago. Then, for more than a month, it was necessary to coordinate the delivery of a helicopter crew there under quarantine conditions. And finally, on May 5, after observing all quarantine regulations on both sides of the border, the crew flew to their destination and on the same day, after a test flight, relocated to Barentsburg, located about fifty kilometers from Longyearbyen. And the very next �The helicopter flew to Pyramida, a mothballed Soviet miners’ settlement that has been transformed in recent years into one of the main tourist attractions in Svalbard, an open-air museum, which King Harald V of Norway called “the pearl of the archipelago”.

Meanwhile, the Icebreaker Krasin bar was opened in Barentsburg for the May holidays, in which the interiors of the Soviet icebreaker fleet were recreated by compiling the interior of the world’s first nuclear icebreaker Lenin and the legendary icebreaker Krasin. The opening of the bar took place literally the day after the polar bear’s visit to Barentsburg. routes for tourists.

“Last winter, exploring the western side, one of our guides, Maksim Matejkovich, came from Diksonfjord to Nordfjord with his track, and thus gave me the idea of ​​the possibility of getting to the abandoned village of Reipsburg on the Bohemian Tundra Peninsula, founded by the Dutch and abandoned in the 1920s, – says Rogozhin. – We had been planning to get there for a long time in the summer, but we didn’t think about winter. But we set a plan for this winter-spring. Three weeks ago we finally got to Tundra Bohemian. the route is possible, and you need to do additional exploration, understand possible alternatives for different weather conditions. Along the way, supplement the route with different beautiful places. A little earlier, our guides drew, found and checked different routes to the Swedish House – another famous place and an important page in the history of the development of Spitsbergen. Plus – Mount Tora, from where, as they say, a “view of a million”, the ascent to it was developed by our other guide, Daniil Tyuryumin. And all these sketches are collected.We joined together. In fact, on two full-fledged new days of the most interesting routes, which brought together both historical objects (Swedish House, Reipsburg), and the history of the present (a fishing camp of a Norwegian hunter and several shacks-shelters in case of bad weather), as well as two walls of glaciers, several beautiful canyons and three panoramic peaks. The highlight of these routes is the abundance of various landscapes and panoramas. 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Everything else must be brought from the mainland.