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WN2010 - The ride

Legend cycling marathon (brevet) "White Nights" 18th-22nd June 2010
The brevet was held by the bicycle club "Velorus-Marathon" on a circular route with start and destination in Vologda, Russia (1200 km in 90 hours)
across the cities Totma, Nikolsk, Manturovo, Kostroma and Yaroslavl.

Manfred's report of the tour you find here (Манфреда Берихта): https://manfred-tinebor.fotki.com/journals/wn2010/

For your smile (для вашей улыбки) : https://manfred-tinebor.fotki.com/journals/wn2010rb/ :-)))

Легенда веломарафона (бревета) «Белые ночи» 18-22 июня 2010 года
Бревет проводится клубом «Велорусь-марафон» по кольцевому маршруту Вологда-Вологда (1200 км за 90 часов)
через Тотьму, Никольск, Мантурово, Кострому и Ярославль.

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WN2010 - The ride

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Taken: June 21, 2010
Uploaded: June 27, 2010
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  • Carolynd411 (Private)
    12 years 6 months ago
    Another breathtaking building; and one which I sincerely hope will continue to be properly maintained for many years to come. This is one of the things I found so intriguing about Europe--each country had its own culture, traditions, etc. I was sad to see the borders come down for this reason. In spite of that, I do hope each country will continue to exhibit their true customs and traditions as they have in the past; and that they will not allow outside influences to affect their lifestyle and/or beautiful history. Variety is the spice of life; and what a dull world it would be if everything and everyone were just alike. I greatly appreciate all the beauty and history which have been given to us from all parts of the world; and I hope that will not change during my lifetime. I hope the traits and characteristics of each country will still be around for future generations to embrace and enjoy as much as I have these past 15/20 years. How sad it would be to think otherwise.
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