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Permafrost Kingdom in Russian Yakutsk

Located just 30 km out of Yakutsk city, the Permafrost Kingdom’s tunnel walls lead visitors through a network of caves packed with an extensive collection of eerily lit ice sculptures. Replicas of the Venus de Milo and Egyptian pharaohs sit side by side with impossible creations carved by local Siberian ice-carving masters. Quirky pieces, like a frozen aquarium or life-size frozen office reception room, delight kids and adults alike. You can even see the local Santa Clause’s glacial bearskin covered throne and icy sleigh. Also, you can drop a wish letter in his frozen mailbox. Photos via YakutiaPhoto

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