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Finnish garb -  Link goes to pdf of "VIKING AGE FINLAND. Study and Recreation of the Eura Dress" by Oonagh Bhan from Kingdom of the West

Finnish garb - Link goes to pdf of "VIKING AGE FINLAND. Study and Recreation of the Eura Dress" by Oonagh Bhan from Kingdom of the West

Finnish national costume | Orimattila

Finnish national costume | Orimattila

#Finnish national anthem. (Oh our land, Suomi, our birthland. That golden word is ringing. No valley nor hill, no water nor shore that would be more dear, than this northern homeland. Precious land of our fathers.)

#Finnish national anthem. (Oh our land, Suomi, our birthland. That golden word is ringing. No valley nor hill, no water nor shore that would be more dear, than this northern homeland. Precious land of our fathers.)

Traditional Finnish shoes made from birch bark by Vakuoli, via Flickr

Traditional Finnish shoes made from birch bark by Vakuoli, via Flickr

Suomi-neito - the Maiden of Finland. Personification of Finland

Suomi-neito - the Maiden of Finland. Personification of Finland

Ancient_Finnish_Costumes.PDF http://www.vikinganswerlady.com/FTP_Files/Ancient_Finnish_Costumes.PDF

Ancient_Finnish_Costumes.PDF http://www.vikinganswerlady.com/FTP_Files/Ancient_Finnish_Costumes.PDF

O' Finland, behold your day is rising... ...o' rise Finland, raise up high...

O' Finland, behold your day is rising... ...o' rise Finland, raise up high...

Karjala dress with replica jewelry from Kalevala Koru.

Karjala dress with replica jewelry from Kalevala Koru.

Traditional Finnish folk costume, a woman´s dress representing the region of Mouhijärvi.

Traditional Finnish folk costume, a woman´s dress representing the region of Mouhijärvi.

Äyrämöis Karelian folk dresses.

Äyrämöis Karelian folk dresses.

Runoruhtinas Eino Leino 1905. Caiania-kokoelma

Runoruhtinas Eino Leino 1905. Caiania-kokoelma

Runeberg ja Topelius 1863 - Helsingfors Morgonblad perustett.1832,sen ensimm.toimittaja oli Runeberg.Hän sai Porvoon kymnaasin lehtorin viran 1837 ja hänen Porvooseen muuttonsa aiheutti Lauantaiseuran säännöll.toiminnan loppumisen.Topelius kuvaa "Päiväkirjoissaan", kuinka Lauantaiseuran iltojen aikana pääsi tutustumaan "Runebergin tyyneen huumoriin".Runeberg toimitti opett.työn ohella Borgå Tidning -lehteä 1838-39.Porvoon kymnaasin rehtorina hän toimi 1847-1850.

Runeberg ja Topelius 1863 - Helsingfors Morgonblad perustett.1832,sen ensimm.toimittaja oli Runeberg.Hän sai Porvoon kymnaasin lehtorin viran 1837 ja hänen Porvooseen muuttonsa aiheutti Lauantaiseuran säännöll.toiminnan loppumisen.Topelius kuvaa "Päiväkirjoissaan", kuinka Lauantaiseuran iltojen aikana pääsi tutustumaan "Runebergin tyyneen huumoriin".Runeberg toimitti opett.työn ohella Borgå Tidning -lehteä 1838-39.Porvoon kymnaasin rehtorina hän toimi 1847-1850.

Edvard Isto: Hyökkäys (The Attack). A painter involving politicks. Twoheaded russian eagle attacking against Finland's autonomy in late 1800's, before Finland got independent in 1917.

Edvard Isto: Hyökkäys (The Attack). A painter involving politicks. Twoheaded russian eagle attacking against Finland's autonomy in late 1800's, before Finland got independent in 1917.

Mikael Agricola ( pronunciation  (c. 1510 – 9 April 1557) was a clergyman who became the de facto founder of written Finnish and a prominent proponent of the Protestant Reformation in Sweden including at the time Swedish territory Finland. He is often called the "father of the Finnish written language". Agricola was consecrated as the bishop of Turku (Åbo) in 1554, .translated the New Testament into Finnish.

Mikael Agricola ( pronunciation (c. 1510 – 9 April 1557) was a clergyman who became the de facto founder of written Finnish and a prominent proponent of the Protestant Reformation in Sweden including at the time Swedish territory Finland. He is often called the "father of the Finnish written language". Agricola was consecrated as the bishop of Turku (Åbo) in 1554, .translated the New Testament into Finnish.

Abckiria – Wikipedia

Abckiria – Wikipedia