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The Poukkola Museum of Local Lore is a museum dedicated to the history and life of the Sevres of Finland in the 19th-20th centuries. there is a museum on the bank of the Kemijoki River, where at the end of the 19th century the Poukkola manor house was located. On the territory of the estate there are two sheds, a barn, a residential building. They were bought by the Local Heritage Association in 1957, and two years later, in 1959, a museum was opened.
In the Poukkola Museum, the atmosphere and life of northern Finland in the 19th-20th centuries are recreated, traditional crafts are represented here - fishing, reindeer husbandry, hunting. The barn hosts an exhibition of photographs illustrating the peculiarities of national crafts, the development of the food industry and the history of the city in general.
The museum is open for free visits only during the summer months.
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