The Bolshezemelskaya tundra, in the Vorkuta region, is the very Northern end of the Komi Republic, in Russia. It is a place, where no roads exist and life runs in an extremely hard way. There is only one railroad which connects the mining town of Vorkuta with the rest of the country. Everything else is a deserted plain of nothing for thousands of square miles, hit by severe weather conditions for most of the year with temperature reaching down to -57C.
For hundreds of years, Komi and Nenets nomads reindeer herders, have been living here surviving against the very rough nature of the far North of Russia.