A very interesting little museum, well worth a visit if you are in Karesuando. The entrance is 3 Euros ( includes a coffee and a homemade cake and the opportunity to talk to the very knowledgeable and friendly staff ).
“Vita Huset is a folk museum in a former policemen’s residence, with evocative photos depicting Finn civilians fleeing the retreating German forces in 1944, their cattle in tow. Dozens were rescued by Olga Raattamaa, a local from Kummavuopio depicted in one of the photos. She rowed the refugees across the river to safety in Sweden and they were then de-loused in this very building.” Lonely Planet