We invite you to the museum of woodcarver Kronid Gogolev localed in Karelia. So let’s admire his wooden masterpieces.
Interesting work. Is this a repost? It look familiar.
Amazing talent. I love Karelian folk-art!
Beautiful, I love these. Thank You.
The wood floors are gorgeous.
Wow and no piece of science,that there is fallen,one drop of blood,making this hand crafted pieces with so much detail.
I mean,even the heads have all their own characteristics.
What Karelia has to do with Russia ?
Karelia was stolen from Finland by russiam imperialists
You Russians never learn
Your empire is gone FOREVER
Russia should give it back. East Prussia too.
maybe you should give up all the land you took from the natives
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