Finnish people mostly speak Finnish, Swedish, or Russian.

For anyone who has attempted to learn Finnish they will know that it is a formidable foe, an arduous linguistic beast to slay.

On December 6, 1917 Finland gained independence from Russia.

On December 1917 Finland gained independence from Russia.

Finns make a lot of art and are liked for their unique designs. They make glass like this, furniture, and also ceramics.

Finnish glass design will go on show in Tokyo, Osaka and Sapporo. The pieces come from the Finnish Glass Museum collection.

A lot of people don’t have a religion, but most people are Lutheran or some other type of catholicism.

A lot of people don’t have a religion, but most people are Lutheran or some other type of catholicism.

Men and Women are both 16-49  years of age in the military.

Men and Women are both years of age in the military.

There are 3 different kinds of Finnish defense forces(FDF), Army, Navy, and Air force.

There are 3 different kinds of Finnish defense forces(FDF), Army, Navy, and Air force.

Hockey is one of Finland's favorite sports, they like playing and watching.

Hockey is one of Finland's favorite sports, they like playing and watching.

Finns like to play Track and Field and other outdoor sports.

Finns like to play Track and Field and other outdoor sports.

Finland exports and imports can be for different needs like they import raw materials, energy, and parts for manufactured products and they export cell phones and cell phone parts.

Finland exports and imports can be for different needs like they import raw materials, energy, and parts for manufactured products and they export cell phones and cell phone parts.

The Kalevala was published in 1835 with old poems, songs, and chants and inspired many artists with themes from the book.

The Kalevala: Epic of the Finnish People: National Epic of Finland. Epic narrative poetry, originally published in Finnish in

Most FInnish people are Lutheran and this is a church they would go to.

Most FInnish people are Lutheran and this is a church they would go to.

The Finnish national anthem named Maame was created in 1848.

The Finnish national anthem named Maame was created in

The people of Finland use the Euro as currency.

15 years of Euro history the new currency of Europe. This is a resume of the the story of the new European money.

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