12th century Seitas studied in Finland

A team of archaeologists from the University of Oulu in Finland is studying seitas, sacred places of the indigenous Sámi people, some dating to the 12th century.

The stone shrines, from Lapland, are usually surrounded by the bones of animals. Because few of the seitas still exist, one shrine, the Ukonkivi seita has been nominated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Just a small typo

It's University of Oulu actually - one of my friends has been working on those digs. 

Typo

Corrected in our article. Thanks!

Justin