Mannerheim line is a complex of fortifications on the Finnish part of the Karelian Isthmus. It was created in the years1920-1930 to deter a possible offensive attack from the Soviet Union to Finland. It’s named after Finnish Marshal Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim , on the orders which developed plans for the defense of the Karelian Isthmus in 1918.Taken by plyshbel with a Konica Hexar AF loaded with Kodak Tmax 100 ISO Black and White film film in Karelian Isthmus, Russian Federation. These tags describe this photo: mannerheimline, mannerheim, karelianisthmus, and fortifications. Date: 2012-05-07. Time: Morning. This photo can also be found in the album Mannerheim Line(Konica Hexar AF).
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