File:Inha runonlaulajat.jpg

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English: Brothers Poavila and Triihvo Jamanen reciting traditional Finnish folk poetry in the village of Uhtua (Kalevala), present-day Republic of Karelia, Russia, 1894.
Suomi: Veljekset Poavila ja Tiihvo Jamanen runoavat Uhtuan kylässä nykyisen Karjalan tasavallan alueella.
Русский: Певцы карельского эпоса братья Поавила и Триихво Яманен из посёлка Ухта (Калевала, совр. Республика Карелия). Российская империя, 1894 год.
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current14:15, 23 March 2006Thumbnail for version as of 14:15, 23 March 20061,280 × 938 (333 KB)BishkekRocks (talk | contribs)Brothers Poavila and Triihvo Jamanen reciting traditional Finnish folk poetry Uhtua (Kalevala), present-day Republic of Karelia, Russia, 1894 Photographer: I. K. Inha (1865-1930) Category:Kalevala
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