Check out this list of 20 TRADITIONAL FOOD OF FINLAND and let me know which one you'd love to try if you visit this beautiful country – or pin this to read later!

20 Different Traditional Finnish Food You Must Try in Finland

Check out this list of 20 TRADITIONAL FOOD OF FINLAND and let me know which one you'd love to try if you visit this beautiful country – or pin this to read later!

Mökillä - Finnish carpets - traditionally woven from scraps of left-over material - 'trasmattor'

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.

Uudet perunat sillin kera, kesäherkku parhaimmillaan.  Finnish summer food - potatoes and herring.

Midsummer food - Finnish summer food - new potatoes and herring.

Loimulohi Glow Salmon #Finland A delicacy you should taste! :)

Loimulohta teeillassa

Loimulohi Glow Salmon A delicacy you should taste! :) Sirpa: My cousin just sent me a picture from Finland doing the exact same thing,,,,looks like it tastes fantastic!

Sauna rules...in a Finnish accent. ;-)  HA!  Read a humorous description at this site!  Here's part: "The Sauna (pronounced SOW-NAH), or "Really Hot Place Containing Naked People" is a Finnish invention that many nations (i.e. Russia) falsely claim to have invented (See liar). It was first invented in the year 1050 B.C (Before cookies)...Basically, the sauna is a room, with a stove covered in rocks, onto which you throw water...creates a mystical gas known as Löyly..."

Finnish sauna

The Sauna (pronounced SOW-NAH), or "Really Hot Place Containing Naked People" is a Finnish.

Real Finns say SAUNA (sow-nah)!...*It 's like fingernails on a chalkboard to hear people pronounce it wrong! It's Sau-na (like Maui's "au" sound.)

Other pinner said: Real Finns say SAUNA (sow-nah)!*It 's like fingernails on a chalkboard to hear people pronounce it wrong! It's Sau-na (like Maui's "au" sound.

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.

my meller: Happy Monday #15 Happiness is a place between too much and too little. ~ Finnish Proverb

my meller: Happy Monday Happiness is a place between too much and too…

Finland and its provinces - tell something unique about each area of Finland

VIP Finland Concierge is going to tell you and help you in Finland and its provinces

Bluebells, Kissankello(= catsbell :D) represents the Central Ostrobothnia province in Finland.

Summer bluebells bloom next to a red cottage in Finland's Central Ostrobothnia province.

Vispipuuro or pink porridge as it's known here... but we've ran out of lingon berries!

Vispipuuro or pink porridge as it's known here. but we've ran out of lingon berries!

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