Suomalaisia kansallispukuja – Finnish national costumes Kokkola Etelä-Pohjanmaa – West-Finland Photo: Antero Pietilä Seurasaari-tuote

Suomalaisia kansallispukuja – Finnish national costumes Kokkola Etelä-Pohjanmaa – West-Finland Photo: Antero Pietilä Seurasaari-tuote

Sami man wearing traditional clothes at Easter Reindeer races. Kautokeino. Norway.

Sami man wearing traditional clothes at Easter Reindeer races. He looks like Kristoff!

Traditional Finnish folk costume, a woman´s dress representing the region of Lavansaari, part of the former Finland, today belonging to Russia.

Traditional Finnish folk costume, a woman´s dress representing the region of Lavansaari, part of the former Finland, today belonging to Russia.

Uudenkirkon naisen kansallispuku. Kuva © Suomen kansallispukuneuvosto, Timo Ripatti 1991

Traditional Finnish folk costume, a woman´s (woolen?) dress representing the region of Uusikirkko, part of the former Finland and today belonging to Russia.

The Sami people, also spelled Sámi or Saami, are the indigenous people inhabiting the Arctic area of Sápmi, which today encompasses parts of far northern Sweden, Norway, Finland, the Kola Peninsula of Russia, and the border area between south and middle Sweden and Norway.

The Sami Tribe or Saami Tribe are reindeer herders. Finland, Sweden, Norway, Russia and Lapland.

Haapajärven ja Reisjärven naisen kansallispuku. Kuva © Suomen kansallispukuneuvosto, Ulla Paakkunainen 1999

Dress from my family home region.

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