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Khanty woman, Khanty Mansia, Northwest Siberia The Khants are indigenous to north-west Siberia in the Khanty-Mansi and Yamal-Nenets Autonomous Districts that are located in the Tyumen region of the Russian Federation. They are calling themselves Khanti, Khande, Kantek (Khanty) which is derived from the combination "Khondy-Kho" (in the Khant language "man from the river Konda") and it has also been explained as meaning "Khan (King) people" and connected with the name of the ancient Huns.

Khanty woman, Khanty Mansia, Northwest Siberia located in the Tyumen region of the Russian Federation.

Young Nenets woman harnesses draft reindeer in the corral Yamal. Siberia. Russia.

(Nenets people) Young Nenets woman harnesses draft reindeer in the corral Yamal, Siberia, Russia.

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Hippies first became popular in the Most of the hippies were kids and teens. Hippies were people who rebelled against their parents.

#children of the #arctic #nomads of the #yamalpeninsula in western #siberia. The #nenet people #migrate year-round with their big herds of #reindeer through the #tundra of northern #Russia. #winters are brutally cold and the #nunets wrap themselves in reindeer fur to stay warm. #untamedborders offers bespoke #adventures to the #yamal peninsula. #adventuretravel #travelthearctic #nomadlife

Nenets children getting on a reindeer sledge in the tundra to the north of Yar-Sale, Yamal Peninsula, Arctic Siberia, Russia

Khanty people - indigenous people of Khanty-Mansiysk / Siberia, Russia © Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography / ArcticPhoto

A Khanty woman & her children arriving by reindeer sled at a festival in Nadym.

Nenet-Siberia Russia.

Shura Khudi, a Nenets girl, warmly dressed in reindeer skin clothing as she plays outside at her family's winter camp.

A Nenets girl in traditional dress in the village of Nahodka. Gydan Peninsula, Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia  Picture by © Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography / ArcticPhoto

A Nenets girl in traditional dress in the village of Nahodka. Gydan Peninsula, Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia Picture by © Bryan Cherry Alexander Photography / ArcticPhoto

A tribal elder rides his reindeer across the steppes of Mongolia. His tribe has been recorded as domesticating their reindeer for the last 4,000 years. by reiternick

Kenzo on a Reindeer - inspiration! A tribal elder rides his reindeer across the steppes of Mongolia. His tribe has been recorded as domesticating their reindeer for the last years. by reiternick

Nutarariaq, an Inuit hunter, with his catch of Arctic Char and Lake Trout. Igloolik, Nunavut, Canada.: images from Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography.

This is an Inuit hunter. He is holding his catch of Arctic Char and Lake Trout. The Inuit and indigenous people that occupy the Artic lands of Canada, Alaska, and Greenland. We call the Inuit people "Eskimo".

Galla, a Forest Nenets girl, at the entrance of her family's reindeer skin tent at their winter camp. Purovsky region, Yamal, Western Siberia, Russia

Indigenous Russia - Travel Back in Time with Ancient Traditions

Galla Forest Nenets girl/entrance of reindeer skin tent at winter camp/Purovsky region, Yamal, Western Siberia

Elderly Nenets woman feeds bread to a tame reindeer at the entrance of her tent. Yamal, Siberia, Russia. © Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography #world_cultures

Elderly Nenets woman feeds bread to a tame reindeer at the entrance of her tent. © Bryan & Cherry Alexander Photography world cultures

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