Onerva Komulainen

Onerva Komulainen

Onerva Komulainen
Muita ideoita: Onerva
Tasavallan presidentti Sauli Niinistö ja rouva Jenni Haukio. Copyright: MTV Oy

Tasavallan presidentti Sauli Niinistö ja rouva Jenni Haukio. Copyright: MTV Oy

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Martta Wendelin

Martta Wendelin

Antique Suomi Finland patriotic flag pretty lady patriotic postcard

Antique Suomi Finland patriotic flag pretty lady patriotic postcard

Kullervo’s Curse- Akseli Gallen-Kallela (1899)

Kullervo’s Curse- Akseli Gallen-Kallela (1899)

Harvinainen postikortti 1900-luvun alusta. Suomi-neito ja leijonalippu sekä Suomen vaakuna. Oikeassa kulmassa topeliaaninen, sinivalkoinen lippu.

Harvinainen postikortti 1900-luvun alusta. Suomi-neito ja leijonalippu sekä Suomen vaakuna. Oikeassa kulmassa topeliaaninen, sinivalkoinen lippu.

Suomi-neito

Suomi-neito

Emese's Dream, the legend of the conception of Prince Álmos, is one of the earliest known tales from Hungarian history ( dated 820-997). Emese was impregnated by a turul bird, who appeared to her in a dream & told her that from her womb a great river would begin & flow out over strange lands. Dream interpreters said this meant that she would give birth to a son who would lead his people, & that her descendants would be glorious kings. Álmos' name comes from the Hungarian word álom (dream).

Emese's Dream, the legend of the conception of Prince Álmos, is one of the earliest known tales from Hungarian history ( dated 820-997). Emese was impregnated by a turul bird, who appeared to her in a dream & told her that from her womb a great river would begin & flow out over strange lands. Dream interpreters said this meant that she would give birth to a son who would lead his people, & that her descendants would be glorious kings. Álmos' name comes from the Hungarian word álom (dream).

Finland’s resistance to Russification took many forms. It can even be seen in postal history.  This postcard depicts a Finnish woman with a lion on her breast and Lex, the Finnish law at her side. It also illustrates with subtle symbolism the rising sun, a clear reference to Japan, who defeated the Russians in the Japanese/Russian war in 1904-05.

Finland’s resistance to Russification took many forms. It can even be seen in postal history. This postcard depicts a Finnish woman with a lion on her breast and Lex, the Finnish law at her side. It also illustrates with subtle symbolism the rising sun, a clear reference to Japan, who defeated the Russians in the Japanese/Russian war in 1904-05.