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Mustikka trifle | PippaloPrinsessa

Mustikka trifle | PippaloPrinsessa

Koskenkorva, known as "pocket warmer" in Finland. Technically it is not vodka because of a small amount of sugar there.

Koskenkorva, known as "pocket warmer" in Finland. Technically it is not vodka because of a small amount of sugar there.

Mau mau mau-kasta: Wienernougat-mansikkakakku

Mau mau mau-kasta: Wienernougat-mansikkakakku

Koffie- karamelmousse

Koffie- karamelmousse

What to buy in Helsinki? This Helsinki shopping guide presents 16 traditional Finnish products that will provide a great and lasting memory of Finland.

16 Must-Buy Finnish Products from Helsinki

What to buy in Helsinki? This Helsinki shopping guide presents 16 traditional Finnish products that will provide a great and lasting memory of Finland.

Runebergintorttuja. Runeberg cakes. Traditionally served in Finland on February 5th, birthday of national poet, J.L. Runeberg.

Traditionally served in Finland on February birthday of national poet, J.

kaikki halppiskahvit HYI!!!!

kaikki halppiskahvit HYI!!!!

IITTALA of Finland VOTIVE CANDLE HOLDER by TAPIO WIRKKALA

IITTALA of Finland VOTIVE CANDLE HOLDER by TAPIO WIRKKALA

Votive Candle Holders, Votive Candles, Glass Vase, Iittala, Marimekko, Saunas, Hygge, Finland, Scandinavian

Here is a Sami costume for children. Frock with belt and hat. Blue cap. Finnish design by Noitarumpu Rovaniemi, Finland. The suit is in very condition. However, missing loop on pewter buckle. Chest width 96 cm. Length back collar 56 cm apart. Sleeve length 36 cm. 5/5

Here is a Sami costume for children. Frock with belt and hat. Blue cap. Finnish design by Noitarumpu Rovaniemi, Finland. The suit is in very condition. However, missing loop on pewter buckle. Chest width 96 cm. Length back collar 56 cm apart. Sleeve length 36 cm. 5/5

Karelian pies... who would not love them?

Thin rye crust pasties filled with rice or potatoes and served topped with a chopped hard boiled egg and butter mix.

Church. Turku. Finland.

Church. Turku. Finland.

The Whooper swan is the national bird of Finland. It is a large Northern Hemisphere swan which breeds in subarctic Eurasia, further south than Bewick's swan in the taiga zone. Whooper swans pair for life, and their cygnets stay with them all winter; they are sometimes joined by offspring from previous years. Image courtesy of Visit Finland: www.visitfinland.com

Celebrating Finland’s natural assets - thisisFINLAND

Blueberrypie, photo by Helmut Rec, via Flickr

Blueberrypie, photo by Helmut Rec, via Flickr