Karelia CBC project
InterActive History is a project funded by the Karelia CBC programme and its purpose is to create new, interactive ways to visit museums. In Ilomantsi, the project explores Ilomantsi's rune-singing tradition and the world of rune singers. Through the project, the Rune Singer's Village mobile guide as well as the interactive multimedia presentation about rune-singing tradition in the Rune Singer's House were created and implemented.
The Karelia CBC Programme is funded by the European Union, Finland and Russia. Partnering organizations in Finland's InterActive History project are Ilomantsi Museum Foundation, Outokumpu Mining Museum and North Karelian Museum. In Russian Karelia there are also the Petrozavodsk's National Museum of the Republic of Karelia and the museums of Aunus and Kurkijoki.
With the help of Parppeinvaara Rune Singer's Village mobile guide, you can learn about the Rune Singer's Village on site or wherever you are. The mobile guide showcases the history of Parppeinvaara and the Rune Singer's Village from the perspective of the rune-singing tradition.
How to use it?
Open the mobile guide from the link: tarinasoitin.fi/runokyla
Mobile guide is available in English, Finnish and Russian.