Finnish national costumes

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Bag of the Jalasjärvi dress. Finland.
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Bag of the Jalasjärvi dress. Finland.

Suomussalmi, Finland
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Suomussalmi, Finland

Veteli, Finland
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Veteli, Finland

A young Laplander wears a traditionally handcrafted, furlined hat and embroidered sweater to protect against Arctic weather in northern Rovaniemi, Finland.

A young Laplander wears a traditionally handcrafted, furlined hat and embroidered sweater to protect against Arctic weather in northern Rovaniemi, Finland.

Kuhmoinen, Finland
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Kuhmoinen, Finland

Akaa, Finland
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Akaa, Finland

Kurikka, Finland
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Kurikka, Finland

Tammela, Finland
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Tammela, Finland

Käkisalmi. Carelia
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Käkisalmi. Carelia

Räisälä. Carelia
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Räisälä. Carelia

Viipuri, Karelia
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Viipuri, Karelia

Häme, Finland

Häme, Finland

Kaukola, Carelia
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Kaukola, Carelia

Among the early arrivals at the temple dedication was Paivi Haikkola, but unlike others in their tweeds and black wools, she wore a traditional Finnish folk costume with red trim. She explained, “My grandmother joined the Church in 1950 and this belonged to her. I wanted to bring her with me to the temple today because of what it would have meant to her. She never would have dreamed that there would be a temple here.” Paivi is a third generation Finnish Church member on both sides of her…
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Among the early arrivals at the temple dedication was Paivi Haikkola, but unlike others in their tweeds and black wools, she wore a traditional Finnish folk costume with red trim. She explained, “My grandmother joined the Church in 1950 and this belonged to her. I wanted to bring her with me to the temple today because of what it would have meant to her. She never would have dreamed that there would be a temple here.” Paivi is a third generation Finnish Church member on both sides of her…

Jalasjärvi, Finland
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Jalasjärvi, Finland

Askola, Finland

Askola, Finland