Explore Finland and more!

Explore related topics

Professori Fredrik Cygnaeus 1856 by Erik Johan Löfgren - Fredrik Cygnaeus (1807–1881) suomalaisuusliikkeen ”suuroriginelli”. Hän oli Helsingin yliopiston estetiikan ja nykyiskansain kirjallisuuden professori, valtioneuvos, historioitsija, runoilija, taide -ja kirjallisuuskritiikin uranuurtaja sekä monien kansallista kulttuuria edistävien järjestöjen aktiivinen jäsen.

Professori Fredrik Cygnaeus 1856 by Erik Johan Löfgren - Fredrik Cygnaeus (1807–1881) suomalaisuusliikkeen ”suuroriginelli”. Hän oli Helsingin yliopiston estetiikan ja nykyiskansain kirjallisuuden professori, valtioneuvos, historioitsija, runoilija, taide -ja kirjallisuuskritiikin uranuurtaja sekä monien kansallista kulttuuria edistävien järjestöjen aktiivinen jäsen.

Finland School Infographic~  Less homework, smaller classes, longer recess, and fewer tests.  Society respects teachers and provides free access to masters programs for educators.  The result?  More high school graduates, more college-bound students, and higher test scores... than any other country!

There's no homework in Finland

Funny pictures about Why there's no homework in Finland. Oh, and cool pics about Why there's no homework in Finland. Also, Why there's no homework in Finland.

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.

Alles ist relativ... keine Angst vor deutscher Grammatik - es gibt Schlimmeres !

Conjugation

makes me all the more impressed with the fact that my dad learned rudimentary Finnish in his

The terms Finns and Finnish people (Finnish: suomalaiset, Finland-Swedish: finnar (ethnic Finns), finländare (citizens of Finland)) are used in English to mean "a native or inhabitant of Finland". They are also used to refer to the ethnic group historically associated with Finland or Fennoscandia, and they are only used in that sense here. Linguistically, Finnish, spoken by most Finns, is part of the Uralic language family and is most closely related to other Finnic languages such as…

The terms Finns and Finnish people (Finnish: suomalaiset, Finland-Swedish: finnar (ethnic Finns), finländare (citizens of Finland)) are used in English to mean "a native or inhabitant of Finland". They are also used to refer to the ethnic group historically associated with Finland or Fennoscandia, and they are only used in that sense here. Linguistically, Finnish, spoken by most Finns, is part of the Uralic language family and is most closely related to other Finnic languages such as…

A product of an ongoing collaboration by photographers Karoline Hjorth and Riita Ikonen, Eyes as Big as Plates depicts elder locals portraying characters and scenes from Finnish folklore. The subjects of the wearable art project were chosen for the personal experience and relationships they could infuse to the famous local myths. The project has been…

Beautiful Finnish Folklore Photo Series "Eyes As Big As Plates"

Look at the wonderful life lines in her face! She is beautiful! Eyes as Big as Plates # Agnes II © Karoline Hjorth & Riitta Ikonen

26 Comics Of Finnish Nightmares Even Non-Finns Can Relate To (By Karoliina Korhonen)

26 Comics Of Finnish Nightmares Even Non-Finns Can Relate To (By Karoliina Korhonen)

26 Comics Of Finnish Nightmares Even Non-Finns Can Relate To (By Karoliina Korhonen) This is so funny!

Now I know why I've always love tee-pees!  Lapland Traditional Costumes, Finland

Lapland Traditional Costumes, Finland - beautiful woven bands in the costumes. My peeps!

How Babies are Made. And that is the story of how Sweden became a daddy. Just in case you can’t tell, no he didn’t marry Sister Finland. He is just a responsible gentleman who knows he got himself into this, so he is not even going to try to walk out on his obligations as a father. And yes, little FennoSwede believes himself to be quite awesome despite his parents. Fenno-swedes are Finns who live in Finland, but speak Swedish, and they are often seen as more rich, snobbish and annoyingly…

Webcomic: And that is the story of how Sweden became a daddy. Just in case you can’t tell, no he didn’t marry Sister Finland.

Suomen kieli on rikas kieli. Finska språket är ett rikt språk.

I don't know how accurate the cultural translation is, but to avoid all the conjugations, simple is good. And every Finn I met was pretty conservative with words.

As a Finn, this is accurate

As a Finn, this is accurate.

Funny pictures about How they refer to your romantic partner. Oh, and cool pics about How they refer to your romantic partner. Also, How they refer to your romantic partner.

Finland's an all-around badass. Including some of the best snipers in the world are from finland....

Don’t Mess With Finland

Scandinavia and the World  Humon @ DeviantArt

Finland and Iceland (and Germany)! The joke behind this is that everybody agrees that Sweden, Norway and Denmark make up Scandinavia, but some say that Finland and Icelan.

A guide to Finnish customs and manners - thisisFINLAND: Life & society   OMG  there I am  2nd from the left!

A guide to Finnish customs and manners - thisisFINLAND: Life & society OMG there I am from the left!

A Finn is a person of few words (just like the people in Noord-Brabant, the Netherlands *grin*)

Hahaha fun language to try even when I actually know I"m gonna fail so badly!

Finland is technically not a Scandinavian country, but it is indeed a Nordic country with historic ties to Sweden and a sizeable Swedish-speaking population. It also gives the Scandinavian countries a run for their money in the global rankings. Finland scores in the top 10 for reported happiness, is one of the most egalitarian countries, and […]

Finland is technically not a Scandinavian country, but it is indeed a Nordic country with historic ties to Sweden and a sizeable Swedish-speaking population. It also gives the Scandinavian countries a run for their money in the global rankings.

Pinterest
Search