Perm - Gubakha
It so happened historically that the Ural has always been a place of exile and hard labor for Russia. Due to the harsh climate and difficult living conditions, due to the wealth of the subsoil, as well as its geographical location (in the very center of Russia, where there is simply nowhere to run from), the Ural has become an ideal place for exile and an ideal area for labor camps. During the time of the Russian Empire, there were Demidov iron ore mines and iron mills, where hard labor peasants worked in hellish conditions, during the Soviet era. Therefore, the main point of today's day will be the Perm-36 GULAG museum camp located on the territory of this camp. In 2004, UNESCO experts ranked the museum among the most significant monuments of the world.
The key point of today is the famous Stone Town (Devil's Hillfort) The rock mass of the hillfort is cut by numerous deep cracks (up to 8-12 meters). Thanks to this, the outlines of the rocks and cracks in them are very similar to the houses and streets of the old, abandoned city.