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Kultuk is an urban locality (a work settlement) in Slyudyansky District of Irkutsk Oblast, Russia, located on the southwestern tip of Lake Baikal.

Kultuk is the most ancient village around Lake Baikal. It is located in the Eastern part of Siberia, right on the shores of the lake. It is a very windy place, the snow doesn't stay for long in this village, as it gets blown away every winter by a strong cold vortex. Now, you might have the general idea of why the village and the Siberian wind have the same name.

Kultuk is situated near Slyudyanka, an administrative center of this part of Siberia. You can walk for 2 hours from Kultuk to reach Slyudyanka, and take a train there to go to other places. Slyudyanka train station looks marvelous, so take a couple of pictures there.

The main place of interest in Kultuk is the Circum-Baikal railway road. This track was a very ambitious project of prerevolutionary Russia. The railway is the peak of the engineers' talent in those ancient times. If you want to take the whole Circum-Baikal railway route, you can start in Slyudyanka and finish in Listvyanka that is at the opposite part of the Lake!