Ust-Nera Airport is a public airport that serves Ust-Nera, within Oymyakonsky District, Sakha Republic, in Russia. It can be found on the map at 64.549444 latitude and 143.110833 longitude. The airport has an asphalt-surfaced runway that measures 1,100 metres or around 3,600 feet in length.
What to see & do
Ust-Nera is an urban locality or settlement and administrative centre of the Oymyakonsky District in Sakha Republic, Russia. It is home to approximately 6,500 inhabitants as of 2010. The settlement was founded in 1937 due to gold mining, and is still thriving with gold mining as the main occupation within the area. There is a small museum within the area but there is no further information on it. When within Russia, some of the tourist attractions that should not be missed include Moscow Kremlin, Saint Basil’s Cathedral, Red Square, Hermitage Museum, Tretyakov Gallery, Winter Palace, Kolomenskoye, Peterhof Palace Complex, Church of the Savior on Blood, Peter and Paul Fortress, Catherine Palace, Russian Museum, among others.
Visit the Cathedral of Vasily the Blessed or Saint Basil’s Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site as of 1990. The cathedral, officially known as Kremlin and Red Square, Moscow, features a building that was made to look like the flames of a bonfire that rises into the sky with around nine domes and two spires. Measuring at around 47.5 metres or 156 feet, the cathedral is now currently being used as a museum and is an infamous landmark that represents the country, along with its people.
Another attraction within Russia is the Church of the Savior on Blood is among the top attractions within Saint Petersburg, Russia. Also referred to as the Church on Spilt Blood, along with the Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ, the church was completed in 1907, and is now currently used as a museum with the proceeds spent on the church’s restoration. The church was not reconsecrated and does not function as a place of worship. Instead, it houses mosaics, among others.
Lastly, with approximately 2.9 million visitors in 2013, Hermitage Museum, or the State Hermitage is considered to be among the largest and oldest museums in the world. Located within Saint Petersburg, the museum of art and culture was opened to the public in 1852, after being established in the early 1760s by Catherine the Great. The museum houses collections of Egyptian and Classical antiques, along with Prehistoric, Jewelry, and decorative art, as well as Russian art, to name a few.
How to get around within Ust-Nera
When within Ust-Nera, most, if not all, of the areas within the town can be seen and reached by foot. Getting to the airport, a bus service is available, and will take around eight kilometres to the west. Generally, travelling within Russia can be done by train, bus, boat, bicycle, or by hitchhiking.
How to get there
Ust-Nera Airport does not operate flights into and out of Ust-Nera, Russia. An international airport that serves Russia from Moscow, Domodedovo International Airport has flights to local and international destinations such as Athens, Thessaloniki, Saint Petersburg, Berlin, Delhi, Malta, London, Brussels, Cairo, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Tokyo, Doha, and more. When flying to these cities, some of the airlines that serve flights include Aegean Airlines, Aeroflot operates by Rossiya, Air Arabia, Air Berlin, Air India, Air Malta, British Airways, Brussels Airlines, El Al, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Japan Airlines, and Qatar Airways, among others.
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