The Komi people come from European Russia’s extreme north. They are indigenous to the Komi Republic and further north, towards the Arctic White Sea.

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The Sami, whose name is believed to come from the Baltic word *žēmē, meaning 'land, have long lived upon the plains of northern Europe. Travel through the deep valleys and across the great fjords of Sápmi, which spans the north of Norway, Sweden, Finland, and the Murmansk Oblast of Russia.

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The Hutsuls are an Ukrainian ethnographic group usually inhabiting the western parts of the country, more precisely the Ivano-Frankivsk, Chernivtsi and Zakarpattya regions. Some communities today live in Romania.

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Till today the origin of the Boykos people's is unclear. Currently, the community inhabits the High Beskyd, the Gorgany Mountains, and most villages can be found in the Middle Carpathian Depression. In general, Boykos differ from area to area in dialect, dress, folk architecture, and customs.

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