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An artisan uses a backstrap loom to create colorful woolens on Kizhi Island, in Russia's Lake Onega. The island is home to the world-famous Transfiguration Church, a timbered marvel with 22 onion domes built without a single nail. Over the years a number of other traditional wooden structures have been moved from Karelia to preserve them, and the island is now a UNESCO World Heritage site.
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