Wednesday, January 11th, 2012

Murmansk in Motion

Here’s one that just goes to prove you don’t have to be a tier one uber-famous global city to have a really awesome time lapse video. Here’s one of Murmansk, Russia. (If the video doesn’t display, click here).

And as a reminder, at reader request, I added a special tag for all my posts with cool city videos in them, so if you are interested in checking out the archives, click here.

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Topics: Architecture and Design, Civic Branding
Cities: Murmansk (Russia)
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3 Responses to “Murmansk in Motion”

  1. Sid Burgess says:

    Beautiful. Looks frigid and cold but still beautiful. Videos like this are a wonderful reminder of how many cities out there just like Murmansk that all play a part in this great urban experiment.

  2. John says:

    Meh. Too many high level vantage points and too much industrial footage. There was very little to show me what the actual city looks like. I’d like to see more landmarks, destinations, people going about their day.

  3. Max Power says:

    Murmansk. Come for the smokestacks and cranes. Stay for… Well, we’re iced in, so you’re staying.

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