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Hereditas Minariorum, Vol. IV, 2017, s. 123-134
Artificially-induced natural landscapes, produced by the interaction of natural processes and mining in the 1770s–1950s, make up a large part of modern landscapes in the northern Lake Ladoga area, Republic of Karelia, Russia. Mine workings have become a common part of modern landscapes in the region. They were formed in various periods of time in various physico-geographic environments and are preserved to a varying degree. Therefore, they are of great interest from the point of view of the evolution of artificially-induced complexes and tourism.