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Elävää perintöä Suomessa

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Прянишников Общий-жертвенный-котел-в-престольный-праздник.jpg


denoting the mass said on the anniversary of the foundation of a church (or the parish) and in honour of the patron
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vanhojen tanssit

formal prom held in Finnish upper secondary schools to celebrate students entering their senior year
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rye bread

type of bread made with various proportions of flour from rye grain
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poor man statue

carved wooden statues placed outside Lutheran churches in Finland and in Sweden
Laihia municipal border sign 2017.jpg

Stinginess of the people in Laihia

cluster of tales, jokes and anecdotes related to people of Laihia

traditional fishing culture in the Torne River’s rapids

Finnish fishing tradition
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heavy metal

genre of rock music characterized by slack-tuned instruments, and unconventional changes of tonality (key) and time signature (metre)
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single-needle textile netting technique that predates knitting and crochet
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go trick-or-treating on Holy Saturday in western Finland

Finnish tradition before Easter celebration
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Communal work

providing manual labour to others, especially for major projects, with examples from around the world
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musical setting of a literary ballad; poetic and musical genre in the 18th and 19th centuries, popular with the Romantics and their later epigones
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Finnish paganism

polytheistic religion in Finland, Estonia, and Karelia prior to Christianisation.
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plot of land sub-divided into smaller parcels for individual, non-commercial gardening or growing of food plants
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music playschool

Finnish music school for children under school age

African music and dance in Finland

way of practicing music and dance
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