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Ultima Thule by Iittala, Finland- classic Finnish glassware. My souvenir from Finland I think! Kosta Boda, Monochrom, Glass Ceramic, Marimekko, Glass Design, Helsinki, Scandinavian Design, Glass Art, Design Inspiration
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The Gift Chalet, Specializing in everything Scandinavian!

Specializing in everything Scandinavian, From Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark and more! Gourmet foods and candies too!

Suomi Finland (by MsMoney). This is my country. I´ve been to most of the places mentioned here. On this map you can see where our capital Helsinki is situated. <<< Lappeenranta is like my other home. Its cool place Helsinki, Finnish Language, Finland Travel, Lapland Finland, Pub, Voyage Europe, Thinking Day, European History, Travel Posters
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Nathan Hewlett - In 1924 in the Summer Olympics, Paavo Nurmi wins 5 golds in Athletics (track and field). Nurmi was undefeated at distances from 800 m upwards for 121 races. Also at this time the first Winter Olympic Games were held. Olympic Winners, Olympic Flame, Long Distance Running, Olympic Gold Medals, Team Events, Summer Olympics, World Records, Track And Field, Courses

Finland

Finland was one of the most successful countries at the Olympic Games before World War II. At the 1924 Summer Olympics, Finland, a nation of only 3.2 million people at the time, placed second in the medal count behind the U.S.A. Perhaps most significantly, Finnish long-distance runners dominated the Olympics during the 1920s–30s. Paavo Nurmi won a total of nine Olympic gold medals between 1920 and 1928 and set 22 official world records between 1921 and 1931.

Old-growth forest Finland Beautiful World, Beautiful Places, Beautiful Pictures, Nature Plants, Flowers Nature, Mushroom Fungi, Countries Around The World, Secret Places, Great Places
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In Northern Europe: Suomi - Finland Helsinki, Hidden Garden, White Lilies, First Humans, Baltic Sea, Travel Memories, Lake District, Denmark, Norway
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Finnish liquorice, best in the world. Especially the salty-sweet type, salmiakki, salt liquorice (also known as salmiak or salmiac). It's strong, salty and SO GOOD! And the Finns make it best :-D Finland Facts, Finland Food, Native Country, My Christmas List, People Art, Sweet And Salty, Sweet Life, Ice Cream, Europe

Viikkokysely: Kuinka paljon syöt karkkia viikossa, keskimäärin?

Hanna-Maria Seppala of the Finnish Olympic swimming team carries her country's flag during the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium on July 27 2012 in London England. Finland Flag, Olympic Swimming, Girls World, Summer Olympics, My Heritage, Track And Field, Opening Ceremony, Olympic Games, Helsinki
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Hanna-Maria Seppala Photostream

Hanna-Maria Seppala Photos - Hanna-Maria Seppala of the Finland Olympic swimming team carries her country's flag during the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games at the Olympic Stadium on July 27, 2012 in London, England. - 2012 Olympic Games - Opening Ceremony

Tarja Halonen, current President of Finland and the first female to hold the office. Meeting her is one of my favorite memories.

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Tasavallan presidentti Tarja Halonen emännöi toiseksi viimeistä itsenäisyyspäivän juhlavastaanottoaan asussa, joka on nähty jo monasti aiemminkin.

COM: Business Travel Tips for Finland The interview on ‘Business Travel Tips for Finland’ is a brief snapshot of conversation guidelines for Finland, tips for communicating in Finland, and strategies for doing. Oh The Places You'll Go, Places To Travel, Places Ive Been, Countries Around The World, Around The Worlds, Finland Country, We Are The World, World Cultures, Helsinki
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Moomin House - at Moomin Theme Park in Naantali, Finland. Moomin Park is based on the Moomin books by Tove Jansson.

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Helsinki Senate Square, Finland (by phototouring)

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Helsinki Senate Square, Finland (by phototouring) - Helsinki Senate Square, Finland (by phototouring)

Finland Location: Europe Status: UN Member Country Capital City: Helsinki (Helsingfors) Main Cities: Tampere, Turku, Espoo Population: Area: Currency: 1 euro = 100 cents Languages: Finnish, Swedish Religions: Protestant Helsinki, Washburn University, Finland Flag, Night Shadow, The Good Witch, Cities, Flags Of The World, National Championship, Creative Writing
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Finnish Flags (Finland) from The World Flag Database

Geographical and political facts, flags and ensigns of Finland

Finnish players observe a minute of silence in memory of legendary Finnish defenceman Pekka Marjamäki who died of a heart attack, at the beginning of the Group H game France vs Finland in the 2012 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championships in Helsinki, Finland, on May 10, 2012. Marjamäki represented Finland in ten World Championships and twice in the Olympics, and wore the blue and white national team sweater 251 times. He was voted into the World Championship 1975 All-Star Team and named the…

Afrikan tähti(= Star of Africa) - Popular Finnish Board Game from 1951 and still going strong. Good luck with your hunt for diamond, beware of the robbers!

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Afrikan tähti <3