Kaarisillan kuvataide: Ekaluokan Väinämöiset

Kaarisillan kuvataide: Ekaluokan Väinämöiset

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I like the embroidered shirt and the back of the Sarafan. FolkCostume: The 5 types of Russian folk Costume (worth checking out the rest of the article)

I like the embroidered shirt and the back of the Sarafan. FolkCostume: The 5 types of Russian folk Costume (worth checking out the rest of the article)

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Embroidery - Ukrainian

Embroidery - Ukrainian

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Norwegian ensemble c. 1800 - 1925.  Really like the detail on the blouse.

Norwegian ensemble c. 1800 - 1925. Really like the detail on the blouse.

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saami bracelets

saami bracelets

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Beautiful folk embroideries of Ingria, the geographical area of Russia near Finland and historically ethnic Finns | FolkCostume: Costumes and Embroidery of Ingria, part 1

Beautiful folk embroideries of Ingria, the geographical area of Russia near Finland and historically ethnic Finns | FolkCostume: Costumes and Embroidery of Ingria, part 1

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Another Ukrainian outfit

Another Ukrainian outfit

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Ukraine, from Iryna

Ukraine, from Iryna

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The Finnish Goddess Loviatar is a blind daughter of Tuoni, the god of Death. She was said to be the worst of them all. She was impregnated by wind and gave birth to nine sons, the Nine Diseases. In some poems, she also gives birth to a tenth child who is a girl. Sometimes Loviatar and Louhi are two different Goddesses. However, in the old folk poems the names are often used interchangeably. Some poems specify Louhi as the mother of the Nine diseases.

The Finnish Goddess Loviatar is a blind daughter of Tuoni, the god of Death. She was said to be the worst of them all. She was impregnated by wind and gave birth to nine sons, the Nine Diseases. In some poems, she also gives birth to a tenth child who is a girl. Sometimes Loviatar and Louhi are two different Goddesses. However, in the old folk poems the names are often used interchangeably. Some poems specify Louhi as the mother of the Nine diseases.

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https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1069256849750988

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1069256849750988

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