National Geographic : 1938 Oct
( iNvational Eleograplic society Kodachrome P'hotograph byDr. tKonstantin J.tKostich ON THE RIPPLED WATERS OF LAKE PAIJANNE, FINLAND CENTERS AN INLAND WATERWAY SYSTEM 360 MILES LONG The Kymi River, connecting this body of water, second largest in the country, with the Gulf of Finland atKotka, hasbeen canalized. The lake itself consists of long, rocky basins, stretching side by side like the ribs of a fish for about 75 miles. Enormous quantities oflogs arefloated over this network to the sea. Timber is the Nation's principal export.