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The culture of Siberian Germans and recreation on the salt lake of Ebeity

The culture of Siberian Germans and recreation on the salt lake of Ebeity
Starts from

Omsk

Duration

2 Days

Transportation

By Car

Length

318 km

Guidance

Self-Guided

Categories

History and CultureSights in Nature
This two-day trip will interest fans of history and beautiful scenery. You will visit the Azov region, where you will plunge into the atmosphere of the national German color, taste fresh beer according to an old recipe, learn how the Siberian first settlers lived. You'll also visit the famous salt lake Ebeity and find traces of ancient military fortifications.
The route is ideal for weekdays when all museums are open. On weekends, you can experience the German culture of this region with a guide and buy a special tour.
This trip is for campers, so bring your tent, sleeping bag, travel gear, thermal bag, and everything you need to cook on a campfire. Or arrange to sleep overnight in the car so you don't have to waste time setting up camp.
Marina Selivanova
Marina Selivanova
Traveller
  • Visit the center of German culture preservation.
  • Have a rest on the shore of the biggest salty lake of Omsk region.
  • To taste German sweets and beer of 1742 year recipe.
  • Find ruins of the XVIII century fortress.
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German village, brewery, life and traditions of 19th century Siberia
Day 1158 km

German village, brewery, life and traditions of 19th century Siberia

The first point of the trip is the village of Azovo, where there is a private brewery. From there we go to Alexandrovka, the centre of German culture. In the village of Sherbakul, admire the unique exhibits of everyday life of the XIX century settlers, and for the overnight stay go to the shore of the Amrinskaya gully.
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Lake Ebeity, fortress ruins and a convent
Day 2160 km

Lake Ebeity, fortress ruins and a convent

The salt lake of Ebeity is called the "Siberian Dead Sea": the body of water is famous for the therapeutic properties of water and mud at its bottom. Getting to the lake is difficult, but possible: prepare comfortable shoes and long pants so that you don't hurt your feet on the thorns. After the walk, you'll visit the remains of an ancient fortress, another picturesque lake and a convent.
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