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THE MYSTERY OF LASSENIUS.

In 1735 one of the detachments of the Great North Expedition under the command of the lieutenant Peter Lassenius, stayed for the winter at the mouth of Khara-Ulakh River, the north of Yakutiya. The detachment had the task to chart the coastal line of Russia from the Lena River to the Strait, separating Asia and America. In accordance with the historical version all members of the detachment had the scurvy. 36 people out of 46 died. Their burial place was lost.

In July 2001 the Adventure Club organized a new historical-geographical expedition with the following objectives:

  1. Search of the wintering place of the participants of the Great North Expedition (1735). Archaeological dig of the wintering location.
  2. Search of the burial place of 36 crew members, who died during the winter.
  3. Definition of the reasons of their death.
  4. Creation of the portrait images.
  5. Erection of a temporary monument at the burial place.

Area of activities.

The mouth of the Khara-Ulukh River, the coast of the Laptev Sea, the Sakha Republic (Yakutiya).

Leader of the expedition.

Sergey Yepishkin Deputy Director of the Adventure Club.


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