Russia, Karelia

M10 highway Moscow - St. Petersburg

M10 highway Moscow – St. Petersburg

M10 highway Moscow – St. Petersburg, turn on the highway M18/R21 “Kola” St. Petersburg – Petrozavodsk – Murmansk – Borisoglebskiy.

Karelia, Russia

Karelia, Russia

The Republic of Karelia is situated in northern Europe, in the north-western part of Russia, bordering the White Sea in the north-east.

Karelia, Russia

Karelia, Russia

Resort Marcial Waters

Resort Marcial Waters

The resort “Marcial Waters” is located 55 km from the city of Petrozavodsk, the resort was founded in 1719 by Peter I. At 10 km there is a ski resort in Spasskaya Guba, 56 km – Kivach waterfall.

Karelia, Russia

Karelia, Russia

Karelia, Matkozhnenskaya HPP

Matkozhnenskaya HPP

Russia, the Republic of Karelia. Matkozhnenskaya HPP, technical plant project developed in 1948 by the construction of hydroelectric power station started in 1948. Start assembly held January 1, 1953

Republic of Karelia. Matkozhnenskaya HPP

Matkozhnenskaya HPP

Russia, the Republic of Karelia. Matkozhnenskaya HPP.

Republic of Karelia

Republic of Karelia

Louhi-Kestenga, Karelia

Louhi-Kestenga, Karelia

In August 1941, 23 Guards Rifle Division was fighting in the area of Louhi-Kestenga Karelian Front and thwart the plans of a breakthrough to the Kirov railroad.

Louhi-Kestenga, Karelia, WWII

Louhi-Kestenga, Karelia

Louhi-Kestenga, Karelia, WWII

Louhi-Kestenga, Karelia, WWII

Russia, Karelia, Louhi-Kestenga

Russia, Karelia, Louhi-Kestenga

The road A-136 begins in the village Louhi at the intersection of federal highways M-18/R21, passes through the towns: Pine, Kestenga Sofporog, Pjaozersky and ends at the international border crossing point Suoperä on the border with Finland. Length – 170 km.

Monument of the Finnish soldiers

Monument of the Finnish soldiers

Monument of the Finnish soldiers killed and remained on the battlefield in Kestengi district in 1941-1944.

Battlefield in Kestengi district in 1941-1944

Battlefield in Kestengi district in 1941-1944

Karelia

Karelia