The Great Dozen
3-Billion-Year Old Ignoilsky Volcano
Chapel of Georgy Pobedonosets
The House of Sorokin, end of the 19th century
Chapel of Vlasy the Great, 18th Century
Kazan Chapel with a Ceremonial Grove, beginning of the 20th cent.
Chapel of Ascension within the Ceremonial Grove, 19th cent.
Residential House of Isakov, 19th cent
The house of Isakov is located on the outskirts of the Haritgora village (4 km from Veshkelitsa) at the foot of the hill on which grows a ceremonial grove.It is a classic Karelian home with residential and utility areas under separate, dual-sloped roofs. The residential part is five-walled with an asymmetric overcut separating the living area and antechamber. A Russian oven has been preserved in the izba (living area). The utility part of the house consists of a shed with porch, within which there is a mill and a barn. This house is of historical and architectural value due to wonderfully preserved decorative elements.