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Russian Ghost Town on the North Pole
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The adventure to make this film felt like it fully embodied the definition of "adventure". Countless setbacks challenging our ability to get there, rugged conditions and a constantly changing environment. We're super proud of where this film ended up and we hope you enjoyed watching it!!
This would have been great without adding background music. It detracts from the visuals and the narration.
They actually make a few movies there,its such an isolated location it makes an interesting place to film...
An adventure with guides… okay 😂
Svalbard isn't the North Pole. There is no land beneath the ice at the North Pole.
You have to admit the Soviets built one heck of a town so far north. This place was not thrown together overnight. A lot of thought went into giving the miners every creature comfort they could, probably to keep them from remembering they are so very isolated from the rest of the world. One could easily lose their mind after spending months up here.
It's crazy to think that at one point in time, all those buildings were filled with people and the cafeteria was filled with people eating and laughing.
I don’t reckon much laughter would have gone on at a Soviet mine site in subzero temps….
It's a very strange feeling isn't it. 🙆🏻♀️
Why is it crazy to think this place was full of people.
The video is breathtakingly edited... Imagine having an opportunity to visit such places... I don't even have an idea of how crazy that must felt. You guys always leave me in thoughts 💭💭
@GypsyGirl317 Wow that's fascinating! Where do you live now? There's another Russian town in Svalbard by the way - Barentsburg - and it still has a permanent population of 450!
@Antimatter_NVF that would be amazing!
For me way down South in the Pacific 🌏 Ocean it's an impossible idea, but I really enjoyed this video. 💖 😊 🙆🏻♀️
I have been into a ghost town in New Caledonia many years ago, in 1975.
It had been a nickel mining town and it looked as though someone came in and told everyone to leave immediately.
Only some engineers kept the machinery going - nobody lived there any longer.
Actually it's not that difficult to visit Svalbard and even Pyramiden! If you live in Europe you don't need any kind of visa and the prices for tickets aren't exorbitant, a bit higher that your average vacation overseas one can say. Just book a tour and you're set!
Can we take a moment to appreciate how hard these editors and cameraman have worked on this🙌
Its their job. So no.
No let's not take a moment
Love how you are ignoring the video
You guys were lucky to get there when you did. As I understand it, all visits to Pyramiden have been halted since the war in Ukraine. Great footage!
Why, the war has exposed how weak the russians really are. Its not their land anyway, its Norways and NATO has their back.
It’s incredible seeing the improvement in their video quality over the years, these new videos are basically free mini documentaries! So proud to be part of yes fam, I love this new direction Yes theory is headed in :))
@P J L must be.. in the first seconds u see this stuff is professional edited and shot. I like the color grade and the softness of the image..
With subscriber growth over time comes more views which equates to added revenue. Added revenue brings the opportunity to hire staff & video editors / producers / directors. This channel has a lot going on behind the scene making it like a mini tv station using Clip-Share as their ‘tv platform’. I’m sure this channel easily generates over a million dollars a year. Salaries are paid, equipment is purchased & utilized, travel budgets taken care of, most all dollars made are spent.
My dad was a skateboard photographer who worked for the company Element, and to advertise a new clothing launch called "Wolfeboro" they went on a skate trip to this town. He has so many stories from this town and I always loved hearing about it when I was young. There was a whole documentary about them skating in the pool and hospital and stuff so this was a really in a way nostalgic video for me. Really cool to see these places get more publicity. Cheers!
🦘🐨🇦🇺🙂.Hi Guys great work, love the scenery, and a place with a story many of us don't know, But extremely spooky Continue your journey and stay safe ♥. Cheers everyone. 👍👌🍻😊💙💛.
@Clemens Pfeiffer yeah, just think what the walls would look like if any of those buildings were located in any American city.
dangg i wanna see the video, do you have any links to it?
Woah thats awesome. I got a few element decks on my wall. Always love when skaters bring the sport to remote parts of the world. You're dad had an amazing job
Next stop should be Portlock, Alaska. It's a ghost town that used to be a cannery for fish - locals say it was abandoned because it was being terrorized by a big foot. The stories from all the locals tell of crazy things happening lumberjacks being ripped apart and their tools being found up massive trees; would be an interesting experience to say the least.
@Savage22 Bolt HOW DARE YOU !! 🤣👍
That's the last place they should go ..... stay away from Portlock Alaska !!
I would love to see that video!!
Actually it's not entirely a ghost town. I've been there and in the hotel there are actually residents. And quite a lot of people visit this place. It's enchanting, mysterious and spooky at times, but it's also beautiful and frozen in time...
You guys need to adventure an area with the Soviet master himself, Bald and Bankrupt. He's the embodiment of Seeking Discomfort when he travels to these Russian/Soviet forgotten areas. I'm sure he would have had a field day if he went to Pyramiden with you guys.
@Ms Dee he only knows 3. Not a lot
Followed him for a few years now. I just have one question. HOW does he know SOOO MANY languages?? I mean, he's BRILLIANT!!
@MRobocop OK, but still according to reports that I saw (and, I think according to his own claim), that arrest happened back in May.
I really want to be able to travel the world, and discover so many places, just like you guys. This is goals.
The cinematography of Yestheory has leveled up so hard recently. You guys keep pushing the envelope with every episode!
@Sahil and the color grade.. the image has a soft filmic cadance.. not seen before out of semi pro gear.. people cant even get this look out of a7s3..to sharp and detailed
Blame it on Andreas Hem! Amazing guy
Yes. I agree, I watched another video on this town and it was very light hearted and it showed it as a completely different way. It would be amazing to know your opinion. I'm also a substantial fan of this channel and I too create content with regards to life in Russia. I don't know why but the youtube algorithm has not been as great to me yet. Practically all those that watches my content states that it is brilliant, however very few get to watch it. Can you be extremely straightforward and say exactly how I can improve my vlogs? I value your truthful viewpoint.
You guys are truly inspiring. I was so scared of solo traveling but seeing you getting urselves in “discomfort” challenged me and I’m planning a solo trip this summer to a continent i’ve never been to.
How did it go?
Hats off to the videographers and editors. Superb photography! What strikes me is the rush everyone must have had to get out of town. I would be curious to know exactly how long it actually took to leave and what it must have been like. That is a story that still needs to be told.
as someone who went there around 4 years ago, this video was really cool in many ways, seeing the same hotel as where i stayed at and just seeing many of the same landmarks that i saw 4 years ago
The whole time i was getting chills literally felt like I'm at that same place feeling the same emotions. And kudos to the backend team man the cinematography was top notch. It's true that YES Theory has played a huge role for me to change myself in a positive way. I just wanna say thank-you Ammar, Thomas and all the members envolved in creating these beauty and the Podcasts. I love you guys❤️
@Sam's Russian Adventures I'm gonna check out your channel after watching this one. Will sub if it's good as you say.
It is amazing how the music, footage and repeating the possible danger and remoteness has set the scene as a scary place. I'd be fascinated to know your opinion. I'm additionally a massive follower of this channel and I also create content about life in Russia. Sadly the youtube algorithm has not been as courteous to me yet. Virtually everyone who sees my channel claims that it is excellent, unfortunately not many get to enjoy it. Can you be extremely straight up and tell me exactly how I can make better videos? I value your sincere point of view.
If you guys ever were to go to actual North Pole, I would be so on board with that trip!
The person who colour-grades your footage is fantastic. They should be very proud of their work. And obviously, your main camera person for getting those RAW shots dialled in so nicely in the first place in very challenging conditions. Superb job all.
@Raphael Jaafari Awesome of you to reply! I own a Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera 4K, and I love nothing more than getting in after filming something cool and opening up Davinci Resolve and seeing what I can do with the footage. Colour grading is a true art, and one that can never truly be mastered, as things change all of the time; so when I see shots that truly take my breath away, I notice. You really have a great eye. I hope to be as good as you some day!
@Raphael Jaafari that was so good!!!
@Raphael Jaafari we appreciate your work 🙏🏻
Hi, I'm the one who color graded this episode ! Thank you for the kind words that's very appreciated 🙏🏻
I remember in 8th grade asking my gym teacher if she had any stories about her time. She said she lived in west Germany because her husband was in the military at the time. When they went over to east Germany, she said it was crazy because there was almost nothing modern, as if time had stopped there. Also, they were very strict, and went over everything you had. They even switched out the train engines to East German train engines. She was my favorite gym teacher of all time, because she would always tell cool stories like this. You never know what a older person has seen, or experienced. I say if you’re interested in history, talk to some of the old people you meet. Sometimes they’ll have really cool stories. I bet in about 40 years, kids will be asking people about 9/11 just as we were asking about the Cold War, and Vietnam.
😅the first 10 years of my life were the last one's of communism in Czech republic where I grew up.So maybe i could ad to this.Everything that was ever made in that era was always accounted for and whatever wasn't needed went to Russia- an bottomless pit and therefore there was no need for new things.For example we got bananas only at Xmas and it was only 1kg for family of 4 (which is ruffly 4-5 bananas)and you had to go the register and give your name and you would be crossed of a list and get banana or oranges or whatever "exotic" .It taught me to be grateful for everything I have.
Same goes for electronics or whatever you needed for a house.Lets say you wanted a refrigerator so you went to a store,there would be like 3 models to choose from and you would order one.At some point you would get a letter that you fridge is at the store and you would be given date and hour to pick it up. Unfortunately about 100 people got the same letter and then it was important when and who went to stand at the store in the line.If you were lucky and got there early you got what you wanted, otherwise it was leftovers.
We have traveled only once at that time to another country- needles to say a Communist one and it took 6 months to get approval.We had to write down everything what we took with us(down to a type and name of your watch) and had a small amount of money we could have with us.Meaning was that should we get lucky and bought something better or even worse something from the west😅we would be able to take it with us.
Well it was an interesting and vert confusing time especially after the revolution and the culture shock after.
It's so strange to see Lenin everywhere in this video.Hope you enjoy my comment
the production of this was INSANE. from the cinematography, storytelling, music, I was hooked. so glad to see you guys uploading more frequently and sharing these adventures 🙏🏼
I mean at this point these videos are better than most documentaries. Cinematography, sound effects, storyline. Great job guys.
wow, how good are your editors and cameramen?? such high quality content
As a filmmaker, I aspire to have my cinematic shots look this good. Amazing work in capturing the desolation. Amazing video as usual guys! Simply in awe
This was so much fun! Thanks for always bringing me to the harshest environments in the world :)
YOUR SHOTS ARE AMAZING
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The video looks amazing!
The video production gets better every week! Feels like I am watching a short documentary 🔥
Second time I'm watching a video of this type from you (first one being Transnistria) and I got to say that the production quality is insane, the music, the shots.. I'm more hooked than anything else you throw at me. Love these type of explorations where I learn the weirdest and mysterious corners of the world.
It's almost unbelievable looking at the kind of content these guys are creating. I had to remind myself that it's a Clip-Share video and not a hollywood movie
I’ve been watching you guys for years now and I swear your videos have started becoming literal cinematic masterpieces. I felt like I was watching a high budget documentary or movie. Amazing work guys! Keep it up ♥️
The nostalgic feeling, the cinematography, the adventure and the cameraman is remarkable. Keep moving forward brothers!
The level and quality of your videos is just getting even better day by day! Love this new wave of videos, this regular dose of seeking discomfort is so essential! May you guys continue to explore such rare places and live life to the fullest; Insha Allah!
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@Rida Tariq omg rida i have cried so many times with you, but i swear this is the first time i cried so much! Not just because of our journey and our evolution, but because i know how difficult writing this was for you. I know how much courage it took you to press that post button because how much you hate sharing personal journey and being vulnerable. This for me is your biggest leap in seeking discomfort! Thank you so much yes theory for connecting us in a way we never thought we could, and i can only begin to imagine how many more friendships you would have evolved and formed. May Allah give you great reward for this♥️
Guys, let me just tell you. We are best friends of 10 years and have been together since grade 2. I introduced her to yes theory in the summer of 2020 when the pandemic was on its peak. Not exaggerating here, your videos saved my life during that dark period of my life when I was spiralling downwards. You gave me a new perspective and thanks to you all today, I am the person the Rida in 2020 had not even thought in her wildest dreams she would be, so thank you so much. Furthermore, you helped me find my self and my best friend again as having a perspective shift turned our friendship from a kind of toxic one to such a beautiful and intimate one, so thank you so much 😭😭
May God bless all of you ❤️
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thank you guys for making this. Seriously, the cinematography is amazing and i am mindblown on the production quality. 10/10.
What an experience and a journey you guys just took us through once again…. Thank you so much for your hard works and dedications
Man the "fire is still burning in the mines" reminds me of the story of a US where something similar happened. It's scary just how long fire can last 😭
there is something so cool about ghost towns you can't really explain, so weird thinking how a whole population can leave an entire town/memories behind
Wow! This is as close to an intact Soviet time capsule as you are likely to find. Amazing job! Thank you for creating and documenting this piece of history.
Yes theory has to be one of if not the best youtube channels. And as a plus they don't clickbait!
It says in the title that the ghost town is on the North Pole. The physical North Pole is in the middle of the Arctic ocean, and the geomagnetic north pole is nowhere near Svalbard. That’s pretty click-baity imo…
Yeah for sure
If they don't include the location in the title or description, then there is still some degree of clickbait. Still great content nonetheless.
Again; wow! Been to Pyramiden myself, what an incredible place full of history and stories. Especially the swimming pool and sports hall (an old basketball was still laying around) were impressive! Thanks for bringing me back there!
@No No I was in Longyearbyen for a couple of weeks for my studies. During my stay, I got the opportunity to go and visit Pyramiden!
What did u go there for? How?
I wouldnt have expected the inside of the building to have so much character the architecture is cool
Gosh I love the experience that feeling that you guys are feeling when you're walking through that
The moment when thomas said "and the clock literally frozen in time" made me laugh , yea it ran out of battery man that happens with 50 years old clocks . Nice adventure guys hope to see more travel vlogs with ammar's new passport , love you guys !
I really love your directing and high quality cameras and all those HD drone shots really make me hit the floor. This is really professional grade documentary work you're doing! I love the way you capture the beauty, history, and mystery of these far out desolate places.
The school, the drawings, everything. It’s all frozen in such a dark time. Absolutely mind blowing.
Not true 1997 wasn't the dark time...
What do you mean with "dark Time"
love you guys, one of the things on my bucket list for sure to hopefully one day go on a random trip at the last minute with you guys im constantly checking for new videos from you guys, love it love it keep it up guys!!
As interesting as these frozen in time town videos are, I kinda miss the ones where you guys go to small or interesting country’s and meet people and experience the cultures
There was a science fiction movie filmed on this island showing the inside of the buildings. The boat you were on also played a big part in the movie. I cannot remember the name of the movie, but it was only 2 or 3 years ago. I cannot believe no one mentioned it in the comments. Or maybe it was mentioned, I did not read all of the almost 3000 comments. Yes, there was one - the movie was said to be Arctic Void.
These videos are so amazing I’m so glad I’ve watched you guys from your backyard videos and now doing mini documentaries ❤️
It's so strange to find out how inanimate objects tell their story
its crazy how big the world actually is. if you think of places you can go the typical answers are paris, usa, germany, turkey, italy, maybe even russia but you never think of places like these. and there are many many more places like that, that are just not yet discovered or already forgotten
Uhm many people are aware of Longyearbyen….
It’s fking Norwegian and the world sperm bank is there as well just as other things.
@rattled i think that zone(svalbard) is actually visa free
@rattled for most people it's not about the visa, but about the money
if only we could roam without visa and whatnot
You guys should come to New Zealand! We have so many unique plants and animals found nowhere else in the world. The nature is also so beautiful!
Yes! From the depths of fiordland to the nightlife on Cuba street, NZ is one of the most diverse places in terms of culture, religion and nature.
I can't imagine the money, effort and willpower this has taken to make.
Unique content presented with great cinematography ! Ya’ll keep it coming! Thank you
It’ll be cool if they were to find people who used to live in these abandoned places just to gain more background information
I really enjoy the history behind the sites you visit. Thank you for doing the research and adding that in!
I had a fun time guiding you around Pyramiden guys. Thank you for visiting and come back for more adventures x
Love seeing things like this. One thing that could elevate it is if you found and interviewed people who lived there in its operational days. Thank you for illuminating us on our world.
You guys pick the best background music. The isolation, the eeriness it’s absolutely insane! Thank you for making these awesome videos for us!!
Absolutely amazing! The cinematography and the scenery.
man, im thinking, since i could never go there because its just so eerie and weird.. these guys are doing it for us ! they need all the support they need
It's remarkable just how they made use of the terrifying music with the cinematography and also the repeated talk of remoteness and also risk has actually transformed this video right into a movie. I viewed one more video on this town and it seemed entirely different. These people are extremely gifted.
I have never been to that town myself but have been to a few isolated places just like that around the artic circle, years ago, all work related, every time I came home (UK), I would get a surreal feeling, a sense of displacement upon arrival, it is a weird feeling .. watching that video brought it all back .. great documentary
You guys need to come out to Centralia, PA the abandoned town that’s underground coal mines caught fire years ago forcing everyone out. It still burns today and in the winter you can see the steam and smoke coming out from cracks in the ground. Let me know if you need a hand filming and exploring I would love to help as I’m fairly local!
@Krista a commonly spread rumor that is not true.... Silent Hill a Japanese Game was inspired by Matsuo Mines in Iwate Prefecture in the Tohoku region of northern Japan because of it's heavy fog.
Cool,silent hill for real!
The inspiration for Silent Hill! 💕
@Ethan Beatty there wasn't much to see even before the put the dirt on, all that it was was just a road covered with graffiti that basic people did for their Instagrams. Never did see any smoke in Centralia though, only place I saw smoke coming out is at the Glen Burn Colliery in Shamokin, towards the top where the tower there's several places there smoke is venting from the ground. Can't really find any information on it but from what I've heard from people it's been burning for a several decades now probably since around the 70s or 80s.
Be able to visit Svalbard is such amazing once of the lifetime chance. I’m so grateful to be able visited 3 years ago.
I would love to see you guys go to an actual haunted place. That would be amazing!
Ok, so this is now on my bucketlist. This is just mysterious, eery. Unbelievable what a place.
Congrats to Yes Theory Team for this wonderful video you created. It was such a masterpiece. 👏✨
Incredibly powerful piece of storytelling. I salute you! Great job Yes Theory.
The music behind this is absolutely amazing. The drones and pads just bring it all together. This video was absolutely incredible
It's incredible how the effects make it so dark and scary. I'd be fascinated to know your opinion. I'm additionally a huge follower of this channel and I likewise make videos regarding life in Russia. I don't know why but the youtube algorithm has not been as courteous to me yet. Nearly anyone who watch my content says that it is excellent, however very few get to enjoy it. Can you be extremely honest and say just how I can improve my vlogs? I value your sincere point of view.
This had a hugely cinematic feel to it throughout, great job!
This whole channel is so beautiful, the adventures u guys go on, I really want to have an amazing life like that in the future
I love learning about history. And you putting history in your videos has me hooked :)
I love these types of videos. I get to experience something and learn about a place that I had no idea existed. Keep up the good work I love you guys!!!
Chilling when you think that the reason so many personal items were left behind is because the people who owned those items died in the plane crash.
Let us appreciate the cameramen who do the camerawork in all of the videos. Those cinematic shots are amazing!
Yes! They really set the scene as a scary place and I thought it was great how they kept on repeating that they are in potential danger or far from safety. I'd love to know your opinion. I'm additionally a significant fan of this channel and I too make content with regards to life in Russia. Sadly the youtube algorithm has actually not been as nice to me yet. Nearly anyone that enjoys my channel says that it is very good, but very few get to enjoy it. Can you be brutally straightforward and tell me just how I can make better videos? I value your truthful viewpoint.
Beautiful filming! Very impressive visit to “nowhere”! You guys are really a breath of fresh air in our world of couch potatoes!! Congratulations 👌
What if you make an Episode where you guys learn Esperanto, and travel to other countries trying to locate other Esperantists? That would be pretty interesting
Amazing, I've never been that flashed after watching a new episode. The cinematic shots are absolutely killing it!
I’m lovin this of abandoned cities, please keep em coming
I love and hate that places like this are so hard to get to because I'll most likely never get to see it myself but people who do see it won't pointlessly destroy it
This place is both incredibly eerie and beautiful at the same time. The inside architecture of the buildings are so unique, and these drone shots make this video so much better, including 9:27 when he is loading the gun.
Edit: Fixed timestamp
@Gor Mor never expected a western sucessful band in communist Russia in a very remote place nothing to do with ones music taste insecure man
@ThomYorkeLover the town was abandoned in 1998, 12 years after Glasnost and Soviet Union finally giving up on communism, and 7 years after its dissolution. And what exactly being northernmost town (which is not, actually) has to do with people's music taste?
I never expected a beatles poster in the northern most town and that was too communist
Another job well done guys!!! Great video and bravo to the camera crew and editors as well. I can't believe you all aren't in Hollywood yet.
the production in the video. Oh my lord. From the pacing, music, editing, story telling and to most of all cinematography is just immaculate. I can't believe we get to watch content like this for free
Outstanding video...some of the scenes are eerie...the school walkthrough...just chilling to see it frozen in time.
I'm so sorry Ammar had a terrible experience with Norwegian immigration authorities. The c19 rules are extremely strict here, and therefore the officers are very demanding. I hope you still had a good time, and hope you didn't get discouraged from visiting Norway. We are (mostly) nice people hahah.
Love the quality of this production. Looks like a super legit TV show! Great video as always.
The vibe in these videos is so immaculate. Feels way better than most of the documentaries I’ve paid to see
I would scream and tell people watch this masterpiece.. We are lucky to experience this through you guys❤
Another great adventure by YES THEORY!
An amazing story. Thank you for travelling there, making this great film document and shared with us on this channel.
I love you guys so much, for real! What an awesome adventure! I wanna go to Svalbard as well!
The «no human» scenario helps to valuate how precious human warmth is
Vid idea: Travel to Naypyidaw Myanmar. Myanmar wanted to move their capital so they built a mega city at its new location, yet no one moved there. So right now it’s an abandoned luxurious city built to hold millions, but almost no one lives there. Look it up 😁👍
The top gear drag race on the main road there will never be forgotten
They went to Afghanistan tho
Is that the one top gear went to?
kind of a civil war going on rn
Yall's production quality has gotten to a crazy good level!!
Your videos charge me with positive emotion! Thank you so much, keep going!!
Stunning cinematography. Thomas, your narration and words are always inspiring.
I could watch a detailed video of everything on that town, like a 5 hour long video! Amazing amazing job!! ❤️❤️
The cinematography was incredible in this, gave me goosebumps
Seeing Ammar in these travel videos gets me different level of happiness :)
Im loving these videos guys they are amazing, but if I may, I do miss the simpler videos, like when y’all took ppl skydiving and the random location trips… I love and support y’all no matter what tho! I love it all 😭
Just have to say, the filming and editing on these videos are absolutely ridiculous, great job by the crew
You guys are like Netflix quality but better ! I remember when you guys started out ....I am all here for growth