Dual Aurora highway above Ersfjorden, nothern Norway. | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Some of the most beautiful sights have the strangest names. Behold: “Dual Aurora Highway” - here seen above Ersfjorden in Northern Norway. God makes beautiful things.

An epic winter adventure awaits in northern Norway, home of the Northern Lights. Combine nature’s most spectacular light show with the awe-inspiring beauty of this stunning land as you explore the Arctic wildlife, embark on adventures by dog sled and take a taste of the country’s deliciously diverse culinary culture.

Experience the unbelievable colours move across the Arctic sky. Find more aurora borealis information, such as the best time to see the northern lights and where.

Utsjoki (Ohcejohka)

Hello all, Today I will do an overview of the costumes of the Saami people. Previously they were called Lapps, but this is not wh.

Silba avvi - Saami belt with silver for a married woman, Gällivare, gällivarekolt Handarbete av/made by Eva Simma.

Silver belt for a married woman Gällivare, Sweden.

A short film [Swedish] about how to tie Saami shoe ribbons, made by Ájtte Svenskt Fjäll- och Samemuseum (Swedish Mountain and Saami museum) in Jokkmokk. Traditionally, made out of [animal] hides, nowadays braided/woven wool. Attach in shoe loops, wrap outwards. Tie closely around ankle to prevent snow and water from getting inside the shoe. Different areas make have different male/female ribbons. It is also common nowadays to stuff down ones pants into the shoes before tying the shoe…

A short film [Swedish] about how to tie Saami shoe ribbons, made by Ájtte Svenskt Fjäll- och Samemuseum (Swedish Mountain and Saami museum) in Jokkmokk. Traditionally, made out of [animal] hides, nowadays braided/woven wool. Attach in shoe loops, wrap outwards. Tie closely around ankle to prevent snow and water from getting inside the shoe. Different areas make have different male/female ribbons. It is also common nowadays to stuff down ones pants into the shoes before tying the shoe…

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