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Business card holder made of birch bark

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Beresta is a unique environmentally friendly natural material used in Russian folk crafts. Currently, at the height of popularity are caskets, souvenirs, jewelry made from this amazing material.
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Beresta is a unique environmentally friendly natural material used in Russian folk crafts. Currently, at the height of popularity are caskets, souvenirs, jewelry made from this amazing material.

Russia is an amazing country with a rich history, original culture, ancient traditions, customs and talented people. Every nation that inhabits Russia has centuries-old traditions of manufacturing household items from various materials, depending on the geography of the people's craftsmen. For example, products from birch bark, which are an original kind of folk art, occupying a special place in the life of the peoples of Siberia and the Far East. In the old days, it was an indispensable material from which items of household goods and household utensils, toys, shoes, boats, fishing tackles, clothes were manufactured, and it was also widely used in building houses as insulators for dampness and for covering roofs. In addition, birch bark was used as a letter for writing, as evidenced by Novgorod diplomas.

Beresta is a unique environmentally friendly natural material used in Russian folk crafts. Currently, at the height of popularity are caskets, souvenirs, jewelry made from this amazing material.

Russia is an amazing country with a rich history, original culture, ancient traditions, customs and talented people. Every nation that inhabits Russia has centuries-old traditions of manufacturing household items from various materials, depending on the geography of the people's craftsmen. For example, products from birch bark, which are an original kind of folk art, occupying a special place in the life of the peoples of Siberia and the Far East. In the old days, it was an indispensable material from which items of household goods and household utensils, toys, shoes, boats, fishing tackles, clothes were manufactured, and it was also widely used in building houses as insulators for dampness and for covering roofs. In addition, birch bark was used as a letter for writing, as evidenced by Novgorod diplomas.

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