I can't help but think of walking through the forest to get to the pond at the summer camp I attended for several years; the path through the forest also had planks over it, although that was more about uneven ground and mud than anything else.
Main Railway Station, Helsinki, Finland. Designed by Eliel Saarinen. The building was completed and opened for public on 5 March 1919
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Mökillä - Finnish carpets - traditionally woven from scraps of left-over material - 'trasmattor'
Over 8,000 crocheted afghans covered the steps of the Helsinki Cathedral in Finland. Often, Yarnbombing is done for charity or a cause. The Helsinki Cathedral yarnbombing installation was done in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the largest crocheted patchwork quilt in the world and then the quilts were donated.
Midsummer (21. june), the flag stays in the pole thru the whole nightless night.
A wooden Moorish villa "Rauhalinna", Savonlinna, Finland - built around the year 1900 (photo AN)
It's a summertime thing in Finland to wash your rag rugs outside by the lake // Maton pesulla