The public airport that serves Solovetsky Islands is Solovki Airport. The airport operates one domestic flight. Located at 65.03 latitude and 35.733333 longitude, the airport operates with a steel runway that measures 1,500 metres or approximately 4,900 feet in length.
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Solovetsky Islands, or Solovki, make up an archipelago in the Onega Bay of White Sea, Russia. Considered as the true pearl of the Russian north, the islands are mostly known for the Solovetsky monastery. Solovetsky Monastery was the greatest citadel of Christianity in the Russian North. The monastery was then turned into a special Soviet prison and labour camp from the late 1920s to late 1930s. Established in 1436, it is currently accessible to the public and functions as a historical and architectural museum. Among the first Russian sites to be inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the monastery also houses around ten monks, with the property still under reconstruction even after having been extensively repaired just recently.
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