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The final chapter focuses on the basin of the Northern Dvina River, which originates from a confluence of the Sukhona and Yug Rivers at Veliky Ustiug. One of the most important sites is the small town of Solvychegodsk, once the center of commercial operations for the Stroganov dynasty. After examining the surviving magnificent churches endowed by the Stroganovs from the fifteenth to the eighteenth centuries, the chapter includes photographs of traditional architecture in villages located in forests near the small Uftiuga River. The route then crosses to the left bank of the Dvina, with the towns of Krasnoborsk Cherevkova, which...

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