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Mean while in Finland... Me ollaan ihan tavallinen kansa! – 10 harrastusta suoraan Suomesta | Vivas

Mean while in Finland... Me ollaan ihan tavallinen kansa! – 10 harrastusta suoraan Suomesta | Vivas

Finnish Nightmares

Finnish Nightmares

I don't know about Australia and its winter but it is a fact that it snowed in northern Finland in 9th June 2016.

I don't know about Australia and its winter but it is a fact that it snowed in northern Finland in 9th June 2016.

Merenkurkku / Kvarken archipelago, Finland. Known for its unique geological situation. The seabed is one of world's fastest to rise up from the sea, 1 cm/year, after last ice age. It makes new islands outside Finland all the time. The fishermen have difficulties to navigate between those and a big part of the western coastline of Finland is moving far out to the sea. The mainland is increasing. Listed on the UNESCO Heritage List in both Sweden and Finland.

Merenkurkku / Kvarken archipelago, Finland. Known for its unique geological situation. The seabed is one of world's fastest to rise up from the sea, 1 cm/year, after last ice age. It makes new islands outside Finland all the time. The fishermen have difficulties to navigate between those and a big part of the western coastline of Finland is moving far out to the sea. The mainland is increasing. Listed on the UNESCO Heritage List in both Sweden and Finland.

And there's nothing sexy about it - you're supposed to wear your oldest, ugliest underwear. As long as you're comfy!

And there's nothing sexy about it - you're supposed to wear your oldest, ugliest underwear. As long as you're comfy!

Sibelius Monument in Helsinki, Finland

Sibelius Monument in Helsinki, Finland

fishing...

fishing...

1924: Paavo Nurmi, the "Flying Finn," wins Olympic gold medals in the 1,500 and 5,000 meters just an hour apart - and despite temps that climb above 100. These were the Games made famous by the movie, "Chariots of Fire," which won the Academy Award for best picture in 1982.

1924: Paavo Nurmi, the "Flying Finn," wins Olympic gold medals in the 1,500 and 5,000 meters just an hour apart - and despite temps that climb above 100. These were the Games made famous by the movie, "Chariots of Fire," which won the Academy Award for best picture in 1982.

In Finland we have black Friday...

In Finland we have black Friday...

Meanwhile, in Finland...

Meanwhile, in Finland...

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