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RUSBaryshevo Барышево / Pölläkkälä

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Pölläkkälä hyppyrimäki:

K-Point: 23 m
Further jumps: no
Plastic matting: no
Year of construction: 1936
Status: destroyed

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History:

Before II World War there was a wooden ski jumping hill at Pölläkkälä, now Baryshevo, in Äyräpää region. During the war the municipality was taken over by Soviet Union and is now a part of Russia.

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2)   skisprungschanzen.com   wrote on 2010-12-22 at 15:03:

Thank's for the hint. So I guess I have to move this hill to Russia...

1)   Niko Tuominen   wrote on 2010-12-21 at 07:48:

Location of Äyräpää

Äyräpää was a municipality in Finnish Karelia, that was ceded to Soviet Union in 1940. The ski jump was located in Pölläkkälä which was the main village of Äyräpää municipality. Pölläkkälä is now Baryshevo. Äyräpääntie in Espoo is just a street named after the former municipality.

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