The map of Karelia (GIF file) and its vicinity from the Barents Region server
The server in
Petrozavodsk State University presents several beautiful photos of
Karelia: about Petrozavodsk city,
Onego lake and Karelian wilderness. All pictures accessible via this
link are maintened on the "Friends and Partners"
server. (C) Copyrights 1995 Petrozavodsk State University. Please send
The Beauty of Russian North, the slide show by Andrey Sebrant
(firstname.lastname@example.org). The exhibition maintained by "Friends and Partners"
server contains 9 small inline GIF images. That server provides also
Russian version of the same collection of photos.
Vorenja, a village among the lakes (almost 1,000
miles north-north-west from Moscow, 35 deg. 14 min. E, 63 deg. 53 min. N). Andrei Sebrant's exciting travelogue
of the trip to the almost extinct village (11 permanent
residents) on the banks of the small Suma river in
- The island of Kizhi
on Onega Lake (Karelia). The museum of wooden architecture. This
resource is maintained by Vladimir Pekkel (email@example.com ).
- Tours around
national park Vodlozero (the Vodl Lake) are presented by
Matti Pellinen (firstname.lastname@example.org) from Helsinki, Finland (slow
connection). The park occupies 500,000 hectares shared by two regions
of Russia: the Republic of Karelia and the Arkhangelsk region. The Vodl
Lake is situated 50 km to the east from the Onega Lake. More information
about this national park is available from the
page constructed by Matti Pellinen.
description of the Vodlozero National Park
(hiking, camping, backpacking
and so on) is provided by Stephen Johns Backcountry server (comments:
- Karelian Research Centre
of Russian Academy of Sciences. This server includes documents with
information about research activities in Petrozavodsk, Karelia, Russia.
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