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Ninilchik

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Nilnilchick is a little village on the shores of the Cook Inlet, north of Homer. Its community is one of the oldest in Alaska, settled by Russians in the early 18th century. Their descendents have kept Russian traditions, as evidenced by the Russian orthodox church built on a hill that dominates the village.

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Mt Augustine, a volcano seen across the Cook Inlet. Ninilchik, Alaska, USA ( color) Mt Iliamna, a volcano in Lake Clark National Park, seen across the Cook Inlet. Ninilchik, Alaska, USA ( color) Cook Inlet. Ninilchik, Alaska, USA ( color) Wooden cabin door. Ninilchik, Alaska, USA ( color) Waders hanging on a cabin wall. Ninilchik, Alaska, USA ( color) Russian orthodox cemetery. Ninilchik, Alaska, USA ( color) Russian orthodox cemetery and old Russian church. Ninilchik, Alaska, USA ( color) Old orthodox Russian church. Ninilchik, Alaska, USA ( color) Picket Fence and old Russian church. Ninilchik, Alaska, USA ( color) Small Russian church. Ninilchik, Alaska, USA ( color) Orthodox priest inside the old Russian church. Ninilchik, Alaska, USA ( color) Orthodox priest ouside the old Russian church. Ninilchik, Alaska, USA ( color) Orthodox priest. Ninilchik, Alaska, USA ( color) Orthodox priest. Ninilchik, Alaska, USA ( color) Old village. Ninilchik, Alaska, USA ( color) Old village. Ninilchik, Alaska, USA ( color) Old wooden house in  village. Ninilchik, Alaska, USA ( color) Old wooden houses in  village. Ninilchik, Alaska, USA ( color) Fishing boats in old  village. Ninilchik, Alaska, USA ( color) Wooden cabin in old  village. Ninilchik, Alaska, USA ( color)
All the 20 color pictures of Ninilchik are on this page

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