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Metsäpeuran vasa / Finnish forest reindeer fawn

Metsäpeuran vasa / Finnish forest reindeer fawn

Ok, this one's a bobblehead. But it's pretty cool. We'll call it a mini-statue.

Urho is said to have chased the grasshoppers out of Finland, thus saving the grape crop. (legend originated in Northern Minnesota)

Untitled by Eduardo Lemos on 500px

Baby Pine Marten - a rare Scottish animal, but not so rare around Algys home! Check out those claws - in the adults they are vicious, and rip anything to shreds.

Ruff, Liminka, Finland. By Antero Topp

By Antero Topp

Sarja esittelee Suomen ja samalla koko maailman ensimmäisiä naiskansanedustajia.

13 of the 19 women elected to Eduskunta, Finnish Parliament in 1907 According to Irma Sulkunen, who has studied the history of women’s movements in Finland, the first formally organized civil associations started to emerge in Finland in the

Lehmä, kesä, laidun, auringonnousu...

Lehmä, kesä, laidun, auringonnousu...

It's not that suprising!! Cause we actually have a very high education level and stuff but everybody thinks that we're just a random country where's nothing else than woods.

It's not that suprising! Cause we actually have a very high education level and stuff but everybody thinks that we're just a random country where's nothing else than woods.

A refrescarse!!

" Just chillin' after doing my happy dance routine.bh Relaxation by Jesper Nielsen,

The original Finnish sheep breed Kainuunharmas / Kainuu Grey

The original Finnish sheep breed Kainuunharmas / Kainuu Grey

Renne in Lapponia finlandese

Renne in Lapponia finlandese

Santatelevision travel photo: Female reindeer in Lapland in Finland – female reindeer in Finnish Lapland – reindeer herding in Lapland

In Finland the freedom to roam and related rights are called "jokamiehenoikeus" in Finnish and "allemansrätten" in Swedish, literally translated "every man's rights", similar to other Nordic countries.    Everyone may walk, ski or cycle freely in the countryside where this does not harm the natural environment or the landowner, except in gardens or in the immediate vicinity of people's homes (yards). Fields and plantations, which may easily be harmed, may usually not be crossed except in the…

In Finland the freedom to roam and related rights are called "jokamiehenoikeus" in Finnish and "allemansrätten" in Swedish, literally translated "every man's rights", similar to other Nordic countries. Everyone may walk, ski or cycle freely in the countryside where this does not harm the natural environment or the landowner, except in gardens or in the immediate vicinity of people's homes (yards). Fields and plantations, which may easily be harmed, may usually not be crossed except in the…

A little squirrel, Seurasaari open-air museum, Finland by Giada Ciotola

A little squirrel, Seurasaari open-air museum, Finland by Giada Ciotola

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