1. Village of Bakhta, Siberia
The place rose to prominence owing to a 2010 documentary film named ‘Happy People: A Year in the Taiga’ directed and produced by Werner Herzog. Herzog is a German actor/director who is considered as one of greatest figures in the New German Cinema. The village inhabits 300 self-reliant people and can be accessed only via a helicopter. It was a collaborative work with director Dmitry Vasyukov who stayed for a year and a half for making the four-hour documentary for Russian television.
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