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Waterways and Shipbuilding in north-western Russia in the Middle Ages, by P Sorokin

Waterways and Shipbuilding in north-western Russia in the Middle Ages, by P Sorokin

Waterways and Shipbuilding in north-western Russia in the Middle Ages, by P Sorokin

Waterways and Shipbuilding in north-western Russia in the Middle Ages, by P Sorokin

Waterways and Shipbuilding in north-western Russia in the Middle Ages, by P Sorokin

Waterways and Shipbuilding in north-western Russia in the Middle Ages, by P Sorokin

Waterways and Shipbuilding in north-western Russia in the Middle Ages

Waterways and Shipbuilding in north-western Russia in the Middle Ages

Waterways and Shipbuilding in north-western Russia in the Middle Ages, by P Sorokin

Waterways and Shipbuilding in north-western Russia in the Middle Ages, by P Sorokin

Waterways and Shipbuilding in north-western Russia in the Middle Ages, by P Sorokin

Waterways and Shipbuilding in north-western Russia in the Middle Ages, by P Sorokin

Many Karelias - Карелия (историческая область) — Википедия

Karelia map over former Finland. Lake Ladoga, Europe's largest lake, with the mythical Valamo Island with the orthodox monastery in the middle of the lake. An island that my grandpa as a young boy rowed to from the Ladoga Karelia area.

Wall | VK - Mnogoveselnaya boat, on which the inhabitants of the lake edges Finland the world were selected to the mainland. Such boats were used in the Middle Ages to travel to fairs and festivals in the neighboring hamlets and villages. Added June 6, 2011 | Like 5 Alexander Yakovlev Boats were called the church after the transition Finnish Lutheranism. Then the church began to require a visit to the Sunday sermons and participated in the construction of boats. 6 Jun 2011 Nick Khalizov…

Wall | VK - Mnogoveselnaya boat, on which the inhabitants of the lake edges Finland the world were selected to the mainland. Such boats were used in the Middle Ages to travel to fairs and festivals in the neighboring hamlets and villages. Added June 6, 2011 | Like 5 Alexander Yakovlev Boats were called the church after the transition Finnish Lutheranism. Then the church began to require a visit to the Sunday sermons and participated in the construction of boats. 6 Jun 2011 Nick Khalizov…

The covering forces of the PQ-17 Convoy (British and American ships) at anchor in the harbor at Hvalfjord, Iceland, May-June 1942. Washington (BB-56) in foreground loading supplies with HMS Norfolk in the rear. Wichita (CA-45) is in the middle.

16 in North Carolina class battleship USS Washington pictured as the covering force of the disastrous convoy to Russia forms up in the harbour at Hvalfjord, Iceland, in May Behind her are 8 in heavy cruisers USS Wichita (nearest) and HMS Norfolk.

Russia, Paining of a boot

Viking warriors building the longship in Russia,

The view from the deck of the Nordic Odyssey (with the tugboat the Vengery in the foreground), as the ship sailed from Murmansk, in Russia, to Huanghua, in China, in July. Because the extent and thickness of ice during the Arctic summer have diminished in recent years, the Northeast Passage—for centuries an obsession of explorers—could soon become an everyday part of merchant shipping. By the middle of this century, it may be possible to traverse the North Pole in a canoe.

A Journey Through the Melting Arctic

Map showing Central Mediterranean migrant routes

Libya 'slave' footage sparks outrage

Map showing Central Mediterranean migrant routes - Europe migrant crisis: Italy threatens to close ports as ministers meet