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Red Express: TV Series On Trans-Siberian Railway Cities DVD, MP4, USB

Red Express: TV Series On Trans-Siberian Railway Cities DVD, MP4, USB
Red Express: TV Series On Trans-Siberian Railway Cities DVD, MP4, USB
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The Historic First Journey On The Trans-Siberian Railway, Connecting St. Petersburg To Vladivostok And Beijing, Allowed To Foreigners To The Soviet Union And Red China During The Historic Year Of 1989, When The Red Empires Were In Turmoil! The Complete 3 Hour 4 Part 1989 TV Documentary Series, Presented In The Highest DVD Quality MPG Video Format Of 9.1 MBPS In An Archival Quality 2 Disc All Regions Format DVD Set, MP4 Video Download Or USB Flash Drive! #TransSiberianRailway #SovietUnion #China #DVD



Epi. 1: Into The Heart Of Mother Russia

Epi. 2: Exile And The New Texas


Epi. 3: Rule The East

Epi. 4: Steaming To Tiananmen Square

The Trans-Siberian Railway, also known as The Great Siberian Route, the longest railway line in the world, connecting European Russia to the Russian Far East, had its grand opening on June 21, 1904. Spanning a length of over 9,289 kilometers (5,772 miles), it runs from the city of Moscow in the west to the city of Vladivostok in the east. During the period of the Russian Empire, government ministers-personally appointed by Alexander III and his son Nicholas II-supervised the building of the railway network between 1891 and 1916. Even before its completion, the line attracted travelers who documented their experiences. Since 1916, the Trans-Siberian Railway has directly connected Moscow with Vladivostok. As of 2021, expansion projects remain underway, with connections being built to Russia's neighbors (namely Mongolia, China, and North Korea). Additionally, there have been proposals and talks to expand the network to Tokyo, Japan, with new bridges that would connect the mainland railway through the Russian island of Sakhalin and the Japanese island of Hokkaido.