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Not much to see

This site is situated right next to the hotel building on top of Koli. There's really not much to... read more

Reviewed 5 December 2016
Anni N
via mobile
The ancient sacrificial site

Uhrihalkeama is an ancient sacrificial site which is also known as Rakokallio or Kolin kolo. It is... read more

Reviewed 31 October 2015
JariJK
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Kouvola, Finland
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4 Dec 2016
“Not much to see”
31 Oct 2015
“The ancient sacrificial site”
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An ancient sacrificial site, is a story telling place protected by the Antiquities Act. There is a crack in middle of the rock that has been filled with coins thrown there over the course of the last century. Uhrihalkema is connected with Annikki's...more
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Yla-kolintie 39, Koli National Park 83960, Finland
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Reviewed 5 December 2016 via mobile

This site is situated right next to the hotel building on top of Koli. There's really not much to see: basically just a crack in a rock and some carvings from the beginning of 20th century when Koli started to attract visitors. The legend makes...More

Thank Anni N
Reviewed 31 October 2015

Uhrihalkeama is an ancient sacrificial site which is also known as Rakokallio or Kolin kolo. It is a 15-meter deep crack in the middle of a rock. It is situated on the northern slope of Koli Hill in the immediate vicinity of Break Sokos Hotel...More

Thank JariJK
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