Finnish mark before euro

Finnish mark bills before Finland converted to the Euro

Finnish shaman. .Many cultures all round the palnet had/ have a shamanic tradition

Need to explore this link: Finnish shaman.Many cultures all round the palnet had/ have a shamanic tradition

A bestseller in Finland, the English-language version of Sander’s book draws on interviews with both Finnish and Russian veterans of the war, in addition to a bountiful archive of articles from both the Western and Finnish press. (not my caption).

The Hundred Day Winter War: Finland's Gallant Stand against the Soviet Army (Modern War Studies (Hardcover))

Jean Sibelius with his wife Aino and the previous President of Finland, Mannerheim, in Sibelius' 70th birthday reception. #Mannerheim #Sibelius

Jean Sibelius with his wife Aino and the previous President of Finland, Mannerheim, in Sibelius' birthday reception.

Kauppatori Helsinki 1910  Ester Stockmann, Berta Fazer and Karl Stockmann - photo credti: Helsingin kaupunginmuseo

Kauppatori Helsinki Ester Stockmann, Berta Fazer and Karl Stockmann, photo…

Baron Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim (4 June 1867 – 27 January 1951) One of the greatest political military leaders of the 20th century. With utmost political diplomacy coupled with military shewdness he was almost single handledly responsible for ensuring freedom and independence for Finland not just at one time but three times! *** Mannerheim's birthday, 4 June, is celebrated as the Flag Day of the Finnish Defence Forces. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Gustaf_Emil_Mannerheim

Marshall of Finland. He led Finland to Independence, and kept the country free and unoccupied in World War II. He was also the sixth President of Finland, and is considered by some to be the greatest Finn of all time.

A 13 year old member of the "White Guards". - Finnish Civil War (click for more Civil Guard and Red Guard photos)

The Suojeluskuntas in the – the Finnish Civil Guard - Suojeluskunta Boy Unit Member

Taking care of the gaslight Konstantininkatu Helsinki 1907 (Photo Signe Brander) Meritullinkatu was Konstantininkatu during the years 1820-1928, named for Grand Duke Konstantin Pavlovich Romanov Helsingin kaupunginmuseo

Taking care of the gaslight Konstantininkatu Helsinki 1907 (Photo Signe Brander) Meritullinkatu was Konstantininkatu during the years named for Grand Duke Konstantin Pavlovich Romanov Helsingin kaupunginmuseo

During World War II some 70,000 Finnish children (Finnish: sotalapset, the 'war children' Swedish: krigsbarn) were evacuated from Finland, chiefly to Sweden, but also to Norway and Denmark.

During World War II some Finnish children (Finnish: sotalapset, the 'war children' Swedish: krigsbarn) were evacuated from Finland, chiefly to Sweden, but also to Norway and Denmark.

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