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Karijoki, elonkorjuu

Karijoki, elonkorjuu

Karijoen ja Isojoen naisen kansallispuku. Kuva © Suomen kansallispukuneuvosto, Timo Ripatti 1990

Karijoen ja Isojoen naisen kansallispuku. Kuva © Suomen kansallispukuneuvosto, Timo Ripatti 1990

Susivuoren kivipelto Karijoki, South Ostrobothnia province of Western Finland. - Etelä-Pohjanmaa.

Susivuoren kivipelto Karijoki, South Ostrobothnia province of Western Finland. - Etelä-Pohjanmaa.

Karijoki: Isovihan muistomerkki kotiseutumuseon pihamaalla.

Karijoki: Isovihan muistomerkki kotiseutumuseon pihamaalla.

Peurajärvi Karijoki, South Ostrobothnia province of Western Finland. - Etelä-Pohjanmaa.

Peurajärvi Karijoki, South Ostrobothnia province of Western Finland. - Etelä-Pohjanmaa.

Karijoki Local History museum. South Ostrobothnia province of Western Finland. - Etelä-Pohjanmaa.

South Ostrobothnia province of Western Finland.

Karijoki: Isovihan muistomerkki

Karijoki: Isovihan muistomerkki

Prosin talo, Karijoki Finland.

Prosin talo, Karijoki Finland.

Ohriluoman silta Karijoki, Finland.

Ohriluoman silta Karijoki, Finland.

Family Skogslund from Karijoki, Finland, the summer 1901. From the Family album, owner Harri Blomberg.

Family Skogslund from Karijoki, Finland, the summer From the Family album, owner Harri Blomberg.

Municipality of Karijoki (Bötom), Finland, Area (185.76 Km²) #Karijoki  #Bötom #Finland (L20054)

Municipality of Karijoki (Bötom), Finland, Area Km²)

Karijoki

Karijoki

Karijoki, South Ostrobothnia province of Western Finland. - Etelä-Pohjanmaa.

Karijoki, South Ostrobothnia province of Western Finland.

Church and cemetery Karijoki, South Ostrobothnia province of Western Finland. - Etelä-Pohjanmaa.

Church and cemetery Karijoki, South Ostrobothnia province of Western Finland.

Wolf Cave is based on findings from the Nordic region's oldest residence. Finland's biggest rock are the people lived in the past 120 000 years ago. -Karijoki, South Ostrobothnia province of Western Finland. - Etelä-Pohjanmaa.

Wolf Cave is based on findings from the Nordic region's oldest residence. Finland's biggest rock are the people lived in the past 120 000 years ago. -Karijoki, South Ostrobothnia province of Western Finland.

Karijoki Local History Museum. - South Ostrobothnia province of Western, Finland.

- South Ostrobothnia province of Western, Finland.

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