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Karelia is Creating an Open-air Rock Art Museum
29.02.2020 10:35
Karelia is Creating an Open-air Rock Art Museum
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Russia sent the documents to UNESCO concerning including a Neolithic era monument of primitive art - Karelian petroglyphs - into the World Heritage List. The work is currently underway in Karelia to create an open-air rock art museum.

      The petroglyphs of Lake Onega and the White Sea located in the Republic of Karelia are a world monument of primitive art of the Neolithic era, one of the largest in terms of the number of images and the distribution area of ​​rock art complexes. It is well preserved, possesses a high degree of integrity and authenticity. Karelian petroglyphs contain valuable historical and cultural information about the life of primitive people in Northern Fennoscandia.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Karelia Lake Onega    

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