Kuksa - wooden mug from Lapland, Finland, filled with Lingonberries and Blueberries.

Kuksa - wooden mug from Lapland, Finland, filled with Lingonberries (puolukka) and Blueberries (mustikka).

Some Sami drum symbols

Some Sami drum symbols. [Drawings of Saami symbology used on ritual drums & possibly in prehistoric rock art in northern Eurasia.

Saami-style tools including needle case, knife holster and watercup - I love the idea of the belt with holes so you can lace things on

Saami-style tools including needle case, knife holster and watercup - I love the idea of the belt with holes so you can lace things on Finland

book - libro - scandinavian girl and boy - paper doll - finland | by sonobugiardo

Kansallispukuja, paperinuket - book - libro - scandinavian girl and boy - paper doll - finland

Reindeer, symbol of prosperity...never ask a Reindeer herder how many Reindeer they have..it's like asking how much money they have in their bank account!

Reindeer, symbol of prosperity.never ask a Reindeer herder how many Reindeer they have.it's like asking how much money they have in their bank account.

reinsdyr same lasso - Google-søk

Kuvahaun tulos haulle reinsdyr same lasso

"Kettu ja revontulet" (1.-2.lk) Alkuopettajat FB -sivustosta / Eeva Hiltunen

"Kettu ja revontulet" (1.-2.lk) Alkuopettajat FB -sivustosta / Eeva Hiltunen

Luirojärvi, Urho Kekkonen National Park, Lapland, Finland

Luirojärvi, Urho Kekkonen , (a previous President) National Park, Lapland, Finland

"Sami Hedgie" This is pretty crazy, I had to pin it. coloring page courtesy of Jan Brett - a children's book illustrator! Her page has a whole collection of coloring pages.

"Sami Hedgie" coloring page courtesy of Jan Brett - a children's book illustrator

Original people of the north. A story worth telling.  The Laplanders are Scandinavia's aboriginal people. They were nomads who wandered freely...

The Sami are Scandinavia's aboriginal people. They were nomads who wandered freely over all of Scandinavia with their reindeer herds. They brought their own culture, traditions and language. Today they live in Sweden, Norway, Finland and Russia.

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