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Kantele player Teppana Jänis. - Kalevalaseura 1916

Kantele player Teppana Jänis. - Kalevalaseura 1916

Folk costumes of Sakkola, Russia (Karelia)

Folk costumes of Sakkola, Russia (Karelia)

The Road to Karelia, 1894. Photo by I. K. Inha.

The Road to Karelia, 1894. Photo by I. K. Inha.

Lake Ladoga, Leningrad District, Karelia, Northwest of Russia. Just outside the outskirts of Saint Petersburg it is the largest lake in Europe, and the 14th largest freshwater lake by area in the world.

Lake Ladoga, Leningrad District, Karelia, Northwest of Russia. Just outside the outskirts of Saint Petersburg it is the largest lake in Europe, and the 14th largest freshwater lake by area in the world.

Photograph Карелия. Белые ночи by Ed Gordeev on 500px

Photograph Карелия. Белые ночи by Ed Gordeev on 500px

Young Finnish woman, ca. 1936 - Finland

Young Finnish woman, ca. 1936 - Finland

Мыс Красный, Валаам

Мыс Красный, Валаам

Karelia

Karelia

Церковь Андрея Первозванного на Вуоксе, п Васильево. Карелия

Церковь Андрея Первозванного на Вуоксе, п Васильево. Карелия


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Russia - Karelia

Russia - Karelia

A.O. Väisänen (Finnish, 1890-1969). The weeper Irinja Taronen. Professional mourners - weeping women - most commonly cried at weddings and funerals in Karelia, Finland.

A.O. Väisänen (Finnish, 1890-1969). The weeper Irinja Taronen. Professional mourners - weeping women - most commonly cried at weddings and funerals in Karelia, Finland.

Karelia, once Finland, now Russia

Karelia, once Finland, now Russia

Karelian linen, käspaikka, Finland

Karelian linen, käspaikka, Finland

Europe - Finland, Russia/Karelia, käspaikka

Europe - Finland, Russia/Karelia, käspaikka

SINGING THE KALEVALA  These two Finns are singing the Kalevala, the national epic of Finland. While singing they swing their bodies backward and forward. Often the singers sit facing each other astride the same bench instead of on opposite benches. It is customary to sing many poetical folk tales in this fashion.

SINGING THE KALEVALA These two Finns are singing the Kalevala, the national epic of Finland. While singing they swing their bodies backward and forward. Often the singers sit facing each other astride the same bench instead of on opposite benches. It is customary to sing many poetical folk tales in this fashion.

Долго будет Карелия сниться...

Долго будет Карелия сниться...

Sunrise in Karelia by finsky, via Flickr

Sunrise in Karelia by finsky, via Flickr

Elämänpuuaiheinen käspaikka teoksesta Leena Säppi: Käspaikka - muistiliinaEurope - Finland, Russia/Karelia, käspaikka

Elämänpuuaiheinen käspaikka teoksesta Leena Säppi: Käspaikka - muistiliinaEurope - Finland, Russia/Karelia, käspaikka

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