Finnish sarafaani or feresi. In Finland orthodox women wore sarafan while lutheran women wore "normal" Finnish (e.g. Karelian) traditional costumes. www.kansallispuku... www.ortodoksi.net... Ajankohtaista -T:mi Soja Murto
Shoes | Finnish | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
The weaving of birch bark splints into baskets and other utilitarian items is an ancient Scandinavian tradition which continues to this day. Shoes of woven birch bark are a traditional form of Finnish and Scandinavian apparel which dates back to prehistoric times
Hausjärven naisen kansallispuku. Kuva © Suomen kansallispukuneuvosto, Timo Ripatti 1991 | The Hausjärvi folk dress, Finland. By the Finnish Council of Folk Costumes.
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