With the lake Baikal close to it, the Irkutsk city is not only mysterious but it is a very nice city. Walking from the hotel towards the more inner part of this city we could see old buildings, statues and parks.
Image 1.Ulitsa Gorkogo, 12, Irkutsk, Irkutskaya oblast Image 2. Statue of Leonid Gaidai (1923-1993) in the circus square
The city appeared to be quite pieceful and walking through the long and green streets, some kind of passion woke up. The angle of sun rays covering the city reminded on some old nice time in Yugoslavia. Threes, shadows and the fragrance in the air were enough to feel that passion.
Image 1. Boy and girl reading near to Ulitsa Lenina Image 2. In the same park: Hear no evil, see no evil, speak no evil
However, Russia gave us a wonderful experience. That huge country was worth to visit. In this moment, Irkutsk was our last destination in Russia so I was little bit sad at the same time as I was looking forward to come further to the next mysterious country.
Image 1. MDM-Bank Image 2. Сквер Кирова Skver Kirova
Early in the morning, we were back on the train station. There we saw a big group of Swedes. They seemed to be a group of scientists or at least some of them were that.
Right before we went in to the train we saw our tourist guide waiting for some new tourist coming to the visit.
The train left the station.