Vikhmiaz - the abolished village on the territory of the Pash rural settlement of the Volkhov district of the Leningrad region . It was located on the river Pasha  .
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Vikhmänz - the village belongs to Lieutenant-General Aprelev, the number of inhabitants according to audit: 4 m. P., 3 g. P. ( 1838 )  .
WHICHMAS - the village of the heirs of Lieutenant-General Aprelev, along a country road, the number of households is 2, the number of souls is 9 m. ( 1856 ) 
In the Historical Atlas of the St. Petersburg Province, 1860, it is designated as the village of Vikhmes  .
VIKHMYAS - Ownership village at the river Pasha, 2 yards, inhabitants 7 meters, 5; Clause ( 1862 ) 
In the XIX - early XX century , the village administratively belonged to the 3rd camp of Novoladozhsky district of St. Petersburg province .
In 1934, a large treasure trove of West European denarii of the 11th century was found in the woods near the village of Vikhmyaz   . Also in the bronze cauldron were found a silver bar, 10 fragments of jewelry  . Currently found coins are kept in the State Hermitage  .
- By roads and paths of the Leningrad Region
- Description of St. Petersburg Province by counties and camps, 1838
- Alphabetical list of settlements in the counties and camps of the St. Petersburg province. 1856
- “Historical Atlas of St. Petersburg Province”. 1860
- “Lists of populated areas of the Russian Empire, compiled and published by the Central Statistical Committee of the Ministry of the Interior” XXXVII St. Petersburg Province. As of 1862. SPb. ed. 1864 p. 129
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