Inari, Finland
Inari (Inari Sami: Aanaar, Northern Sami: Anár, Skolt Sami: Aanar, Swedish: Enare) is Finland's largest, sparsely populated municipality with four official languages, more than any oth...
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Saariselkä
Saariselkä (Northern Sami: Suoločielgi, literally islandback) is a village located in a mountainous area in northern Finland. It is a popular tourist destination, providing activities such as skii...
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Ivalo River
The Ivalo (Finnish: Ivalojoki, Northern Sami: Avviljohka, Inari Sami: Avveeljuuhâ) is a 180-kilometre (110 mi) long river that flows through upper Lapland into Lake Inari.The Ivalo st...
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Lemmenjoki River
The Lemmenjoki (Finnish: Lemmenjoki, Northern Sami: Leammi) is a river in the northern part of the Finnish province of Lapland. Some 80 kilometres long, it flows from Nautajänkä, via Lake Paat...
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Vätsäri Wilderness Area
The Vätsäri Wilderness Area (Finnish: Vätsärin erämaa, Swedish: Vätsäriområdet) is located along the northeastern shore of Lake Inari in Inari, northern Finland, stretching all the way to the ...
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Anni-Kristiina Juuso
Anni-Kristiina Juuso (Northern Sami: Ánne Risten Juuso, born 4 May 1979, Ivalo, Finland) is a Sámi actress, who played the leading female role in the movies The Cuckoo and The Kautokeino Rebellion...
Sevettijärvi
Sevettijärvi (Northern Sami: Čeavetjávri and Skolt Sami: Čeˊvetjäuˊrr) is a village in the municipality of Inari, Finland approximately 120 kilometres (75 mi) north of downtown Inari. Nää...
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Kaamanen
Kaamanen is a village in the municipality of Inari, Lapland.The village counts about 200 inhabitants, whose main sources of livelihood are reindeer husbandry and tourism. The area is extremely valuabl...
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Ivalo
Ivalo (Inari Sami: Avveel, Northern Sami: Avvil, Skolt Sami: Âˊvvel) is a village in the municipality of Inari, Lapland, Finland, located on the Ivalo River 20 kilometres (12 mi) sout...
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Kati-Claudia Fofonoff
Kati-Claudia Fofonoff (8 December 1947 in Ivalo – 12 June 2011) was an author and translator who wrote in Skolt Sámi and Finnish. Her books have also been translated into Northern Sami, Norwegian and ...
Inari Sami language
Inari Sámi (anarâškielâ) is a Uralic, Sami language spoken by the Inari Sami of Finland. It has approximately 300 speakers, the majority of whom are middle-aged or older and live in the municipality o...
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Siida (museum)
Siida is a museum located on Lake Inari in the village of Inari in Inari, Finland. It is home to the Sámi Museum and Northern Lapland Nature Centre. Siida arranges exhibitions on Sámi culture and the ...
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Urho Kekkonen National Park
Urho Kekkonen National Park (Finnish: Urho Kekkosen kansallispuisto) is a national park in Lapland, Finland, situated in area of municipalities of Savukoski, Sodankylä and Inari. Established in 19...
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Keväjärvi
Keväjärvi is a village in the municipality of Inari 13 km northeast of Ivalo and south of Lake Inari along Road 969 leading to Nellim, which used to lead all the way to Pechenga, when it was part...
Ezkimo
Mikko Mutenia, better known by his stage name Ezkimo, is a Finnish hip hop musician.
Amoc (rapper)
Amoc (Mikkâl Antti Morottaja) (born 1984 in Inari, Finland) is a Sámi musician. He is noted for rapping in the nearly extinct language of Inari Sámi. Amoc's stage name is an acronym for Aanaar Master ...
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Lisma
Lisma (Northern Sami: Lismá) is a small village in the municipality of Inari that is surrounded by the Lemmenjoki National Park. 25°28′40″E / 68.37083°N 25.47778°E / 68.370...
Inari (village)
Inari is a population centre in the municipality of Inari in Finland.
The village grew up along in a spot where the fast-flowing Juutua River empties into Lake Inari. As the centuries went by, the...
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Sajos
Sajos is a Sami cultural and administrative centre, located in Inari, Finland, which operates as a convention and event space. The building was completed in January 2012 and inaugurated in April 2012....
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Kuttura
Kuttura is a small village in the southwest corner of the municipality of Inari on the west bank of the Ivalo River next to the Hammastunturi Wilderness Area. At the end of 2005, 21 people lived in th...
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Tiina Sanila
Tiina Juulia Sanila-Aikio (born March 1983 in Inari, Finland) is a Skolt woman from Sevettijärvi, a village in Inari,who published the first full-length rock CD in Skolt Sami ever in 2005. The name of...
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Ivalo Airport
Ivalo Airport (IATA: IVL, ICAO: EFIV) is an airport in Ivalo, Inari, Finland. It is located 11 kilometres (7 mi) southwest from Ivalo, the municipal centre of Inari, and 25 kilometres (16...
Ellenvatn
Ellenvatn or Ellenvatnet (Kven: Ellijärvi) is a lake located Sør-Varanger Municipality in Finnmark county, Norway. The lake has an area of 10.93-square-kilometre (4.22 sq mi).The lake i...
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Lemmenjoki National Park
Lemmenjoki National Park (Finnish: Lemmenjoen kansallispuisto, Northern Sami: Leammi álbmotmeahcci) is situated in area of municipalities of Inari and Kittilä, Lapland, in Northern Finland. It...
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Lake Inari
Lake Inarijärvi (Finnish: Inarijärvi/Inarinjärvi, Northern Sami: Anárjávri, Inari Sami: Aanaarjävri, Skolt Sami: Aanarjäuˊrr, Swedish: Enare träsk, Norwegian: Enaresjøen) is th...
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