This will be the second event of the sort, organized by LavkaLavka Farmers’ Coop, this time also supported by the Murmansk Region government. During the event local food will be presented, as well as touristic opportunities in the Kola Peninsula. A special program for children is said to be planned too. The ultimate aim of the event is to get the community pull itself out of the situation of an economic and social disaster by turning towards taking part in the tourism industry. Festival’s VK page >>
Foreigners, from what I see, ARE allowed in Teriberka without having to go through any permit-obtaining rituals. But feel free to ask me to double check on that subject should you seriously consider that destination.
I reported earlier about the New Life festival in Teriberka July 11-12. Now one of our extra-energetic friends, Anna Mikhailova, went there and came back with a series of watercolours that I’m here sharing with you. Here:
Teriberka has recently gained a lot of publicity due to the filming of Levithan by Andrey Zvyagintsev there in 2013. Riding on this popularity, organic food distributor LavkaLavka and Bolshaya Zemlya Fund are organizing a festival that aims to drastically improve the life of Teriberka by stimulating its potential in fishing and tourism.
Thissearch query was noticed in the stats counter on the site.The famousLeviathancausedunprecedentedinterest tosmallTeriberka.
The distancebetween Moscow andTeriberka is 1969km. You drive throughYaroslavl,Vologda Region, Karelia and Murmansk region. And – voilà! – you are in Teriberka.
We drove throughmost ofthis roadby carand we cantalk about itin detail.But if you are not interested in what’s between Moscow and Teriberka is much faster and more comfortableto getthere by train/planeto Murmansk.
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The film was shot in Kirovsk and Teriberka, and it got a Cannes prize for best plot. Wehave already made a couple of posts about it.You cansee this filmnow by following this link and hitting “Смотреть онлайн” button under the poster. English subtitles! English subtitles have disappeared. Any suggestions where to find Leviathan on-line with subtitles?
Some time ago I’ve informed the dear public about a monumental film being shot in Kirovsk and Teriberka. Now I’m pleased to add that this film in about to come out (November 2014) and it was voted best at the London Film Festival (according to this tweet by the British Film Institute). Before that Leviathan got the Best Foreign Film Prize at the 32nd International Festival in Munich, and the Best Script award on the 67th Сannes Festival. Presently it is seeking the Oscar on behalf of Russia.
Our friend, the doctor of intensive care, charmnig Tatiana, and her company traveled along the route St. Petersburg – Titovka – Highlands Musta – Tunturi – Middle Peninsula – Murmansk – Teriberka – Kandalaksha – Umba – Kashkarantsy – Cape Ship – Nilmoguba – Petersburg in 10 days.
Want to do it too? We will help you choose the route according to your taste, supply a car with a driver and a translator.