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South of the Kivivaarantie road there is the wartime Vornasenvaara cave base with no entry at the moment for safety reasons. Plans were drafted quickly and work began as early as April. The constant threat of war led Finland's leadership, already in March, to decide that fortification of the entire border should be continued. The defence line had to be completely disarmed, but the structures along it were not demolished. By Car, from Lieksa you

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take the Lieksa - Rastinkylä road (no. The battles of the Continuation War never reached the Salpa Line, but it has been estimated that the defence line played a role in peace terms negotiated with the Soviet Union. Construction and fortification of the Salpa Line resumed again in the summer of 1944 and went on through autumn of that year when a ceasefire was declared and troops were demobilised. The Salpa Line also included wooden field fortifications, anti-tank obstacles, barbed wire obstacles and entrenchments.

You should thus be especially careful when walking off the marked trails. Salpa Line - Finland's Largest Construction Site. The massive Salpa-line multilayered anti-tank rock obstacles run across Kivivaarantie road, which leads from Änäkäinen to the Finnish-Russian border and was known as the Rukajärventie of the Continuation War. Finland's defences were weakened due to some fortresses in the southeast being left on the Russian side of the border. Guided tours in the terrain organised. For more information on the Änäkäinen area contact. Army corps areas' were divided into work districts and their subordinate working groups. Koli Nature Centre Ukko. Construction work was at its height in March 1941, at which point 37,000 men were working on the project. 358 (0), 358 (0) or 358 (0).

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The distance to Nurmes is about. The parking area for caravans and camper vans is located on the eastern shore of Lake Syväjärvi. Contact Information Änäkäinen and the Salpa Line are good destinations year-round. For enquiries on transportation services, please contact. Construction work on the Salpa Line was temporarily halted when the Continuation War broke out. If the task had been given to a single man, it would have taken him 70,000 years to complete. Service men built battle and connecting entrenchments, normal rifleman's cells, dugouts and barbed wire obstacles as well as cleared firing fields. The defence line stretched from the Gulf of Finland to Savukoski and continued from there in the form of field fortifications all the way to the Artic Ocean (approximately 1,200 km). Salpa Line, in its entirety, consisted of 350 km of battle and connecting trenches, 700 weapons and lodging dugouts made out of reinforced concrete, 25 caves, hundreds of temporary field fortification dugouts, 1,650 field fortification rifle and fire control positions, 500 cannon posts, over 200. The Winter War ended on March 13th 1940 and according to the cession of territory agreed upon in the peace treaty, Finland's eastern border partially moved.