Why Finnish babies sleep in cardboard boxes
For 75 years, Finland's expectant mothers have been given a box of baby clothes and bedding by the state. Some say it helped Finland achieve one of the world's lowest infant mortality rates.
I swim here once a week. This photo was taken without sunlight or moonlight. The only light was the ambient light that reflected from the clouds. "Ice swimming is swimming in a body of water with a frozen crust of ice, which requires cutting a hole in the ice. This may also be simulated by a pool of water at 0 °C, the temperature at which water freezes. Ice swimming is possible because the freezing of water releases heat, so that the water does not refreeze instantly."…
Night hiking in the Finnish Land of the Midnight Sun - thisisFINLAND
A late-night climb to the scenic summit of Luosto Fell, 100 kilometres north of the Arctic Circle in Finnish Lapland, is a great way to experience the phenomenon of the midnight sun.
Santa Claus and the magic of Christmas in Rovaniemi - Visit Rovaniemi
There’s no place like Rovaniemi, the Official Hometown of Santa Claus, for genuine Christmas experiences. See here for some Rovaniemi Christmas magic.