Lake Onega

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Related to Lake Onega: Lake Ladoga, Lake Baikal, Lake Peipus
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Noun1.Lake Onega - lake in northwestern Russia near the border with Finland; second largest lake in Europe
Russian Federation, Russia - a federation in northeastern Europe and northern Asia; formerly Soviet Russia; since 1991 an independent state
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But I would avoid any Russian itineraries that include Lake Onega and Lake Ladoga.
There are no straits, for instance, in the Northern Veps area formed on the shores of Lake Onega. Consequently, the term is not found (see Map 2).
* Kizhi Island located on Lake Onega in Karelia, which is well-known for its amazing culture and craftsmanship of the local Karelians;
Differently from the previous search for associations, Adomas Butrimas (2000, 10) has pointed to the similarity of the Parnu figure to an antler human figurine found from the Mesolithic cemetery of Oleni Island in Lake Onega, north west Russia (Fig.
The Kievan Rus founded settlements along and around Lake Onega and Lake Ladoga where the local Slavic people were subject to raids of plunder along with benefitting from trade with the Nordic adventurers.
Like so many other Russian cities, Petrozavodsk, on the shores of Lake Onega in northern Russia and near the border with Finland, bears the telltale symbols of the former Soviet Union.
On a regional scale, graptolite argillite belongs to the wide but patchy belt of Middle Cambrian to Lower Ordovician black shales extending from Lake Onega district in the east across Sweden (alum shale as a local name in Scandinavia) to the Caledonian front, Oslo region and Jutland Peninsula in the west.
Situated near the geometrical center of Lake Onega in the Republic of Karelia, this Unesco World Heritage-listed open-air museum complex includes 83 monuments of wooden architecture ranging from old chapels and houses to windmills and granaries.
"In the East, from the White Sea to Ladoga, the natural frontiers are formed by the wide forest-covered heaths and sand ridges, with marshlands and bogs between them, which extend from the SW corner of the White Sea towards south-west along the western side of Lake Onega and towards the eastern shore of Ladoga."

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