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Topic - Pohjola

Pohjola or Pohja is a location in Finnish mythology, sometimes translated in English as Northland or Pohjoland. It is one of the two main polarities in the Finnish national epic, the Kalevala, along with Kaleva or Väinölä. Its name is derived from the word pohjoinen meaning the compass point north. Pohjoinen, for its part, may have a cognate in the word pohja (base, bottom). - Source: Wikipedia

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