Ice flowers in Finland...

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Viikki nature reserve area - Viikin luonnonsuojelualue in the city of Helsinki, Finland

~~~It' s so peaceful c: Viikki nature reserve area - Viikin luonnonsuojelualue in the city of Helsinki, Finland

Mattopyykillä! Rugs washed in the lake.

Mökillä - Finnish carpets - traditionally woven from scraps of left-over material called 'trasmattor'. My grandmother and some of her Finnish neighbors had a loom in a garage and they used to make rugs like these.

"Punatulkku" by Matti Suopajärvi (http://www.flickr.com/photos/mattisj/2287998287/) (bullfinches)

The Eurasian Bullfinch - (Pyrrhula pyrrhula) . So pretty, I wish they lived in the USA!

Finnish children being evacuated to Sweden - Winter War - photo in Turku

Finnish children being evacuated to Sweden - Winter War - photo in Turku - Finland

5 erikoista nähtävyyttä Suomen luonnossa, joiden olemassaolosta et tiennyt | Vivas

Balancing Kummakivi Stone: Kummakivi means "strange rock." It's a very rare nature phenomenon in the southern Valtola Savoni, Finland. The giant monolith is balancing on another rock surrounded by forest.

Käsivarren Lapissa tajuaa, että Suomi on jotain ihan muuta kuin Helsinki.

Käsivarren Lapissa tajuaa, että Suomi on jotain ihan muuta kuin Helsinki.

Finnish people evacueted quickly from their villages in Carelia, summer 1944. photo from War Archives (SA)

Finnish people evacueted quickly from their villages in Carelia, summer photo from War Archives (SA) Finland

During WW II some 70,000 Finnish children (Finnish: sotalapset) were evacuated from Finland to Scandinavia, chiefly to Sweden. Most were evacuated during the Continuation War to ease the situation for their parents who set out to rebuild their homes in the re-conquered Karelia returning from the evacuation of Finnish Karelia. The first surge of evacuees arrived, however, during the Winter War when the Finns had reasons to fear a humanitarian catastrophe following the expected Soviet…

During WW II some Finnish children (Finnish: sotalapset) were evacuated…

mattopyykkiä laiturilla

Mökillä - Finnish carpets - traditionally woven from scraps of left-over material called 'trasmattor'. My grandmother and some of her Finnish neighbors had a loom in a garage and they used to make rugs like these.

The Finnish Horse Plays an Important Role in Our National History

The Finnish Horse Plays an Important Role in Our National History - Finland

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