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https://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liiviläiset

Dialects of Latvian in Latvia. Varieties of the Livonian dialect (Lībiskais dialekts) are in blue, the Middle dialect (Vidus dialekts) in green, the Upper dialect (Augšzemnieku dialekts) in yellow

CUlture House of Livonians  https://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liiviläiset

CUlture House of Livonians https://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liiviläiset

https://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liiviläiset

https://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liiviläiset

Johannes Linnankoski

Johannes Linnankoski

The Finnic - i.e. Baltic Finnic - languages (In Finnish: Itämerensuomalaiset kielet - In Estonian: Läänemeresoome keeled) are a branch of the Uralic language family spoken by about 7 million people. Most linguistics agree that there are 7 distinct languages in the Finnic language branch: Finnish, Estonian, Karelian, Vepsian, Ingrian, Votian and Livonian.

The Finnic - i. Baltic Finnic - languages (In Finnish: Itämerensuomalaiset kielet - In Estonian: Läänemeresoome keeled) are a branch of the Uralic language family spoken by about

Antti Rannanjärvi & Antti Isotalo. One man's convicted knife fighter is an other man's freedom fighter.

Finnish gang members, Antti Rannanjarvi and Antti Isotalo

The Finnish Sahti - or the Estonian Koduõlu or Taluõlu - is an old Finnic home-brewed beer. It is made from a variety of grains - mostly barley with an addition of rye, wheat or oats. Tra...

The Finnish Sahti - or the Estonian Koduõlu or Taluõlu - is an old Finnic home-brewed beer. It is made from a variety of grains - mostly barley with an addition of rye, wheat or oats.

Old Finnish Tobacco, Made in Pietarsaari,

Old Finnish Tobacco, Made in Pietarsaari,

Valaam in winter

Valamo Monastery was the heart of the Orthodox Church in Finland. Now in Russia and known as Valaam, Valamo Monastery is a thriving religious community

Suistamolainen kanteleensoittaja Iivana Lösönen

The Finnish kantele played by Iivana Lösönen. - Also my grandma use to play her harp (harps, she got a few of them)

There are boat-symbols found in stone-age pethroglyphs in both Alta (Norway) and in Karelia (Russia), and in other Nordic areas that were populated by the first European hunter and gatherers.

*The Saami - Samisk - Sámi*: Aug 2008 There are boat-symbols found in stone-age pethroglyphs in both Alta (Norway) and in Karelia (Russia), and in other Nordic areas that were populated by the first European hunter and gatherers.