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Savusauna

Savusauna

Kelo Sauna - Hotel Rosa - Alpe di Siusi

Kelo Sauna - Hotel Rosa - Alpe di Siusi

SunSauna, savusauna, käsintehty laude, smoke sauna, finnish handcrafted

SunSauna, savusauna, käsintehty laude, smoke sauna, finnish handcrafted

sauna

sauna

Традиционная финская дымная сауна (savusauna). Фото: timopuhakka

Традиционная финская дымная сауна (savusauna). Фото: timopuhakka

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smoked sauna

smoked sauna

savusauna - Поиск в Google

savusauna - Поиск в Google

savusauna - Поиск в Google

savusauna - Поиск в Google

Pihapiirin ulkopuolelle jäänyt saunarakennus aiottiin purkaa pois, mutta päätettiinkin kunnostaa. Kaksi alinta hirsikerrosta piti uusia. Lahonnut sisäpanelointi purettiin. Muhkeat lauteet veisti Mikko. Tuikkukruunu antaa saunaan tunnelmallisen valon.

Pihapiirin ulkopuolelle jäänyt saunarakennus aiottiin purkaa pois, mutta päätettiinkin kunnostaa. Kaksi alinta hirsikerrosta piti uusia. Lahonnut sisäpanelointi purettiin. Muhkeat lauteet veisti Mikko. Tuikkukruunu antaa saunaan tunnelmallisen valon.

A modern master's sauna  Famed Finnish architect Alvar Aalto's 1954 savusauna is traditional in form, with subtle modernist touches: the logs are tapered to create the gently pitched roof, and the footprint isn't square, but trapezoidal.

A modern master's sauna Famed Finnish architect Alvar Aalto's 1954 savusauna is traditional in form, with subtle modernist touches: the logs are tapered to create the gently pitched roof, and the footprint isn't square, but trapezoidal.

Huliswood, savusauna

Huliswood, savusauna

Tulikivi sauna

Tulikivi sauna

Bannik is the bathhouse (banya) spirit in Slavic mythology.  The third firing (or fourth, depending on tradition) was reserved for the Bannik, and, given his inclination to invite demons and forest spirits to share his bath, no Christian images were allowed lest they offend the occupants. If disturbed by an intruder while washing, the Bannik might pour boiling water over him, or even strangle him.

Bannik is the bathhouse (banya) spirit in Slavic mythology. The third firing (or fourth, depending on tradition) was reserved for the Bannik, and, given his inclination to invite demons and forest spirits to share his bath, no Christian images were allowed lest they offend the occupants. If disturbed by an intruder while washing, the Bannik might pour boiling water over him, or even strangle him.