Photograph: View on Gavrilovo encampment.
8,2 x 11,2
Gavrilovo encampment was on the shore of Gavrilova Bay on the Murman Coast, 36 km to the east from Teriberka village. In the second half of the 19th century, the Murman Coast had up to 20 encampments, of which Teriberka and Gavrilovo were the largest. In summer time, over half vessels engaged in fishing along the Murman Coast accumulated at them. The encampments had stores of goods necessary to fishermen, fat-melting plants for extracting fat from cod, and shops selling pedlery. Abstract by O.G. Baranova
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