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The webcam is located on the pier of the Salekhard ferry from the side of the city.

The lens captures the pier and a picturesque view of the Ob. Trucks pass through the crossing all the time. The broadcast is transmitted in real time.

Labytnangi webcams, which this site provides an opportunity to watch online, offer views of a small town in the northern region of Russia.

There are many amazing places in the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug, each with its own history and flavor. But the leader in the strangeness of the name, no doubt, is Labytnangi. Translated from the Nenets, it means "seven larches" in memory of the place of worship for the indigenous population in the middle of the ob' armhole. On a small patch of land, seven majestic trees were arranged in a circle, in this place the Nenets had a sanctuary.
The history of Labytnangi as a city began with the advent of the railway in 1948. By 1975, a modest village of hunters and fishermen (but with its own collective farm) had turned into a city. It should be noted that the Labytnangi railway station is not just one of the main city attractions, but also a dead end. Perhaps this is one of the reasons that the city has practically stopped growing, there are no large industrial enterprises here. Only small productions and laboratories operate, such as JSC Yamalzoloto, which is engaged in the exploration of gold deposits, and Ust-Yuribey LLC, which produces natural gas and gas condensate. Although they play a significant role in the region's economy, they do not provide an influx of new residents into the city.

If you watch Labytnangi webcams online, you can see a ferry across the Ob, connecting the city with the "mainland".

This, among other things, is the only way to get to neighboring Salekhard. There is no bridge across the wide and full-flowing river here, and construction is not yet planned.
Labytnangi remains primarily a transit transshipment point for goods (mainly timber harvesting), which, after being unloaded from trains, are floated up the Ob River.
The crossing is always noisy and crowded, and there is often a large line of cars along the access road, although the ferries run non-stop. The movement does not stop even in winter, when the river freezes. The ferries are equipped with airbags and roll straight on the icy road, as if on a highway.

If it is not yet possible to visit this city, Labytnangi webcams, which you can watch online at any time, will help you go on a virtual journey.

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Labytnangi webcam with a view of the ferry pier from the city side. The lens captures the road and a fragment of the pier. Thanks to the broadcast in real time, you can observe the degree of congestion, as well as the current situation at the crossing.
Labytnangi, Russia 04.12.22
Camera on the pier from the side of the city. Webcams Labytnangi
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Labytnangi webcam is installed at the checkpoint from the side of the city. There is a ferry across the Ob, connecting the city with Salekhard. Thanks to the broadcast in real time, you can observe the current situation and the degree of workload of the checkpoint.
Labytnangi, Russia 03.12.22
Camera at the checkpoint from the side of the city. Webcams Labytnangi
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The Labytnangi webcam broadcasts a view of the checkpoint at the crossing over the Ob from Salekhard. In the background, one of the local attractions is visible - the sculpture of the Mammoth, under which the letters are installed, forming the inscription "Salekhard". Thanks to the broadcast in real time, you can track the weather and the degree of loading of the checkpoint.
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