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Photographer Captures Eerie Graveyard Of North Korean Schooners Scattered Along The Russian Coast

Russian Far East regions map. Russian version (old regional subdivision)
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Ghost flotilla is the only memorial to dozens of North Korean squid poachers who never returned to their home waters.

Photographer Natalya Bulkina travelled to the place locals call the Pirates Graveyard – a long stretch of deserted beach several hours away from Vladivostok, close to where the borders of Russia, North Korea and China nearly join each other. 

This is one of the areas in the Far East of Russia where North Korean poachers’ wooden boats end up after getting hit by storms…

To read more visit The Siberian Times.

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