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In pictures: The Seto people
Accepted by the Setos

Ain and Segre Raal bought their farm in Setomaa three years ago.

Although non-Setos, they and their daughter have been accepted by the community and are involved in its daily life.

"I want and hope to be a Seto. I hope that the Seto people will remain Setos, that they understand how rich they are with their culture," Segre says.

Ain agrees: "Yes, so that they love their culture and they keep it alive and give it to their children."

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