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Uneton Yö 19-08-2011, people dancing with Siilinjärvi folk dancers
Finland

Siilinjärven kansantanssijat ('kansantanssi' meaning folk dancing in English) directing a folk dance. The festival itself is called Uneton Yö (engl. 'sleepless night', site at http://www.unetonyo.fi/).

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