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Stretching from the north to south along the Kama River, the history of Perm Krai is stored in numerous legends reflected in the names of cliffs, rocks and rivers. Perm wooden sculpture, also known as "wooden gods", was born here; the indigenous people have long practiced paganism. Even when they converted to Orthodoxy, they were unable to worship flat icons. Today, Perm Krai provides unlimited opportunities for outdoor activities: the open-air Khokhlovka wooden architecture museum and the natural beauty of the Volga region.More about the region