On Antarctica’s King George Island, Russia’s base features a Russian Orthodox Church whose logs came all the way from Siberia. Many nations have a presence on the icy continent. Ernesto Molina, a Chilean scientist, walks above the Russian Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity, which overlooks the Russian Antarctic base.
On Antarctica’s King George Island, Russia’s base features a Russian Orthodox Church whose logs came all the way from Siberia. Many nations have a presence on the icy continent. Ernesto Molina, a Chilean scientist, walks above the Russian Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity, which overlooks the Russian Antarctic base. DANIEL BEREHULAK The New York Times
On Antarctica’s King George Island, Russia’s base features a Russian Orthodox Church whose logs came all the way from Siberia. Many nations have a presence on the icy continent. Ernesto Molina, a Chilean scientist, walks above the Russian Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity, which overlooks the Russian Antarctic base. DANIEL BEREHULAK The New York Times

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December 31, 2015 6:13 PM