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The first version of The Kalevala (called The Old Kalevala) was published in 1835. The version most commonly known today was first published in 1849 and consists of 22,795 verses, divided into fifty songs (Finnish: runot).[4] The title can be interpreted as "The land of Kaleva" or "Kalevia".

The Athenaeum - Aino Myth, Triptych (Akseli Gallen-Kallela - )

Kansallisgalleria - Taidekokoelmat - Kalevalan ahoilla

Kansallisgalleria - Taidekokoelmat - Kalevalan ahoilla

Akseli Gallen-Kallela (Finnish, 1865-1931) - Girl from Ruovesi (Tyttö Ruovedeltä), 1895

Akseli Gallen-Kallela (Finnish, - Girl from Ruovesi (Tyttö Ruovedeltä), 1895

The Athenaeum -GALLEN-KALLELA, Akseli Finnish (1865-1931)_Kullervo Rides to War- 1899

Akseli Gallén-Kallela: Kullervon sotaanlähtö (Kullervo Marches to War),

Kalevala runot 3-4: Väinämöinen laulaa joukahaisen suohon Open ideat: Kalevalan päivä 28.2.

Kalevala runot 3-4: Väinämöinen laulaa joukahaisen suohon Open ideat: Kalevalan päivä 28.2.

Kalevala is full of different kind of characters and heroes. All of them have shaped Finnish nationality.

Kalevala is full of different kind of characters and heroes. All of them have shaped Finnish nationality.

Erilaiset Kalevalat

Erilaiset Kalevalat

Akseli Gallen-Kallela: Palokärki, 1892-94

The Great Black Woodpecker, Akseli Gallen-Kallela Finnish, Oil on canvas, 145 x 90 cm Private Collection

Jean Sibelius - Finland's Colorful Composer, Finland composers, composers with synesthesia, music synesthesia, classical music

Jean Sibelius - Finland's Colorful Composer, Finland composers, composers with synesthesia, music synesthesia, classical music.

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