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Officially the Republic of Finland, this Nordic country is located in the Fennoscandian region of Northern Europe. With a total area of 130,596 sq mi, it is the eight biggest country in Europe. Finland is also the most sparsely populated nation in the European Union.

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No: fighting the Soviet Union twice during WW II, Finland lost about 93,000 soldiers but retained her independence.
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DFW -> MIA This 1,104 mile flight from Dallas, Texas to Miami, Florida will take you about 2 hours and 36 minutes (including 15 minutes taxi time to/from the gates).
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Apparently ice hockey is the most popular kind of sports in Finland. Finland reached real success in it. It has one of the strongest hockey national teams in Europe. Football isn't as popular there as in other Europian countries, though it still has audience.
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Pesäpallo, a game similar to Baseball (the name is basically same in Finnish)
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No, Finland is an indipendent state, member of EU and UN. it was occupied yes it was occupied because the Germans took it over mines is right because my teacher said
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The Gulf of Bothnia, which is the northern arm of the Baltic Sea. In Finnish: Pohjanlahti In Swedish: Bottniska viken
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In the Midwestern United States, the land is flat and consists of prairies. The major land use of the Midwest is agriculture and growth.
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Sauna is a traditional Finnish invention
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Finland locates in northern Europe, Scandinavia, next to Sweden and Russia. In Northern Europe, Fennoscandia, between Sweden and Russia and north of Estonia.
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The capital of Finland is Helsinki, or Helsingfors in Swedish, Finland's second national language.Helsinki
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The capitol of Finland is Helsinki.
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Answer I'm not sure about per capita Income, but the per capita Gross Domestic Product (GDP) is $35,300 (2007 est.) (CIA- The World FActbook).
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At a national level, Grant Duchy of Finland(1883) was first to declare universal suffrage and allow anyone to participate in politic, women included, although it was a autonymous part of Russian Empire at that stage. The first independent country to give women the right to vote in national elections…
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People's Republic of China (since 1949)Cuba (Cuban Revolution in 1959, socialist state declared in 1961)Laos (since 1975)Vietnam (since 1976)North Korea (since 1948); Korean Worker's party
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Wealthiest nations in Europe are 1.Germany - $3.352 trillion 2.France - $2.676 trillion 3.Great Britain - $2.183 trillion
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It's language :D
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Finland was a significant part of both Russia and Sweden, provided tar and lumber for the British navy, gained independence in 1917, fought against the Soviets with the Germans in WW2 and developed mobile phones to name a few milestones.
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In Southern Finland.
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Sauli Väinämö Niinistö is the President of Finland. He became president on 2012 Mar 1. Niinistö is the leader of the National Coalition party. He was previously Speaker of the Parliament from 2007 April 24 to 2011 April 27.
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Baltic Sea.
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Philippines! no not the Philppines the Philippines only have 7000 islands Indonesia has the most islands they have over 17,000 Canada, has islands consisting of 36,563 islands in the Canadian Arctic.
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Pennsylvania was the first state to give women the right to vote.
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The telephone country code for Finland is +358, and you must drop the trunk prefix 0 from the Finnish domestic telephone number. If you are calling on a mobile phone, just enter the number in international format, beginning with the plus symbol. Otherwise, replace the plus symbol with the appropriat…
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It is one of the most beautiful places in the world. The summers are 70 degrees F + and are perfect, and the sun shines through the trees so beautiful. The winters are cold, but I will never forget the first time I looked out the window and saw the light hitting the snow, its so gorgeous. The archit…
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Pesäpallo (a fast moving bat and ball sport) is the national sport of Finland, In terms of attendance and television viewing, the popular sports in Finland are ice hockey, Formula One racing, and harness racing. Popular recreational sports include Floorball, running, skiing, and nordic walking.
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tarja kaarin haloaen
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almost 10000 years ago, when people who were after that called finns, started to move in the area, witch was in that time, a small area witch had lots of islands. after that, Finland has never been completely empy, altough people have moven in and out.
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Good morning in Finnish is "Hyvää huomenta."
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Generally speaking, YES. More specifically, the national flag does, but the military flag (shown above) also contains a crowned lion on a red field, the right forepaw replaced with an armoured hand brandishing a sword, trampling on a saber with the hindpaws. This flag naturally contains more color…
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The Gulf of Bothnia, an arm of the Baltic Sea, lies between Sweden and Finland. Finnish: Pohjanlahti Swedish: Bottniska viken
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It would take about 3 hours.
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Sauna, Nokia telephones, 187,888 lakes.
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it looks like a blue cross with white background, same as England's but the line that is vertical it is more slighty to the left
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As of 2009, there are an estimated 24,000 Muslims living in Finland.
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No, I do not even think he even considered it. Not even when his, by then, allied Russia started the war. He was too busy taking over Denmark and Norway by then. And he 'negotiated' troops and materials to be transferred over (the eledgeby 'neutral') Sweden's soil. --- Also, Finland was at war wit…
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Baltic Sea.
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Sweden. In Sweden there is 221.800 islands that are bigger then 25 square meters. According to the statistic central agency of Sweden. It may also be Canada. Having a coastline nearly four times longer then any other country and thousands of bays, there are thousands upon thousands of islands that…
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Finnish, Swedish and Sami.
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Gulf of Finland (in finnish; Suomenlahti)
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I travel to Finland frequently. From NYC it is usually 7-8 hours depending on Jet Stream. JFK always takes off late, so I usually try to fly from Newark-much less hassle since they dropped the one-way from Boston. Then, St Pete is 1 hour by plane.
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They are called Finns or Finnish people.
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"moikka" or "heihei" (Causal) "Näkemiin" sounds more serious.
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Semi-presidential Republic.Finland is pretty much has a republic government some matters are decided by the president of Finland but not all of them.
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because you can
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From the wikipedia article: "An elf is a creature of Germanic Mythology. The elves were originally thought of as a race of minor nature and fertility gods, who are often pictured as youthful-seeming men and women of great beauty living in forests and underground places and caves, or in wells and s…
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Halti, 1 365 m.
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He asks "Onkos täällä kilttejä lapsia?"In English it woulb be "Are there any wellbehaving children here?"
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There are many different greetings in South Sudan because there are many different tribes...I only know some of the greetings from the Nuer tribe.Malay Mi goa (mahlay megwah) is the general greeting meaning 'good hello' I thinkMalay Mi Deet is one although I do not remember what it meansMalay Mi Jom…
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timber, iron ore, copper, lead, zinc, chromite, nickel, gold, silver, and limestone
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You mean who find Finland? Well, if you mean it, the finnish people came after the ice age. When in Norway,Sweden, Denmark and Iceland were the vikings, in Finland were the sami and the finnish people. The Christianity came at 1200 when the swedish pope came (his name was Henrik)
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Blue cross on white background.
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The inland northern portion of Finland is called Upland Finland. It contains the Kilpisjarvi area of the Keel Ridge and reaches elevations of about 1000 meters.
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Finland is east of Sweden. But note that their land border lies up in the arctic (perfectly normal road crossing) as for the most part they are separated by the Gulf of Bothnia. Unless you fly, the boat from say Stockholm (Sweden) to Turku (Finland) is an overnight journey.
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There is a sparsely-populated district in southeast Saskatchewan (a Canadian province) called New Finland. "New Finland" is also the local pronunciation of Newfoundland, which is in Canada. It has, in fact, nothing to do with Finland, Europe.
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He rides a sleigh pulled by reindeers - Petteri Punakuono (Rudolph the Red-Nose Reindeer) in the front!
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4 mill
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they sit around bombing people and kids
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about 56 000
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Pesapallo
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In the 2nd of April 2010 it was counted 5 356 907. It included 2 596 787 men and 2 703 697 women, so the population is about 5,3 millions or 5,35 millions.
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Helsinki.
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Linda brava- violinist
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they eat shark fin soup
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Lutheran National Church 84.2% Greek Orthodox 1.1% Other Christian 1.1% Other 0.1% None 13.5%
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Finland's national flag is white and blue, but the military flag (shown above) also contains a crowned lion on a red field, the right forepaw replaced with an armoured hand brandishing a sword, trampling on a saber with the hindpaws. This flag naturally contains more colors than just blue and white.
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The Gulf of Bothnia lies eastward of Sweden.
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yes there is mountains in FinlandYes. The highest mountain in Finland is called "Halti", which is 1324 meters above sea level. This is wrong there are no Finland and Switzerland makes good chooclate and chesse
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The most popular sports in Finland are football, automobile racing, and ice hockey. Also popular are skiing, ski jumping, and cycling.
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Church On The Rocks - Helsinki Finlandia Hall - Helsinki Helsinki Cathedral - Helsinki Helsinki Opera House - Helsinki Helsinki University Botanical Garden - Helsinki Helsinki University Library - Helsinki Helsinki University Library - Helsinki Kauppatori Market - Helsinki Sibelius Monument …
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cheese In a restaurant in Finland the menu seems to be almost entirely salmon or reindeer, in various different guises. Food exported from Finland seems to be mostly pickled raw fish or cheese.
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Ville valo, The dudesons, Lordi, Hanoi Rocks, 69 Eyes
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Just about same clothes what people wear in USA and everywhere else... Not really any exceptional clothes what Finns would wear, just normal stuff what you get from stores..
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Finnish 92% Swedish 6% Sami 2% The majority of Finnish people speak Finnish as their first language, but there's a minority of about 4% of the population who speak Swedish as their first language.
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The currency of Finland is the Euro (symbol: €). Before 2002, the Finnish national currency was the markka.
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The Baltic Sea and The Gulf of Bothnia
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Most of Finland has a subarctic climate but the southern part has a humid continental climate. Temperatures are comparatively mild for its latitude because of the moderating influence of the North Atlantic Current, Baltic Sea, and more than 60,000 lakes. Finland has four very distinct seasons, but …
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The gulf of Bothnia.
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Keke Rosberg is straight.
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79.3 million people visited France in 2008. For the list of 10 top visited places in the world, visit wikipedia.
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Sweden is located in Europe It is east of the Scandinavian Peninsula.idk
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Finnish, also in school's, we study English and Swedish.
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There is a cross that is blue and the rest is white. So the colours on the finish flag are blue and white
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There is a sauna in almost every home in Finland. There are approximately 2.5 million saunas in Finland, according to http://www.divapor.com/ .
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There's no official national anthem in Finland but the inofficial anthem is *Maamme' or Vårt Land in swedish (Finland is a bilangual coutry and offcial languages are finnish and swedish.) It means 'Our Land' in english.
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Finland is a country with a high standard of living and a rich European culture. It has two official languages, so in some areas (particulary the Ålands) you can live with Swedish, if learning Finnish is too difficult for you. Besides, many people understand English. There are many Russian immigran…
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There are many differend traditional costumes in Finland. National Dresses or Kansallispuvut in finnish are widely presented in a nice web page. Link can be found below this text under 'Related Links'. Unfortunately it's only in finnish but here ase some translations you might need: - Maakunnittai…
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Finland has a highly industrialized, largely free-market economy with per capita output roughly that of the UK, France, Germany, and Italy. Its key economic sector is manufacturing - principally the wood, metals, engineering, telecommunications, and electronics industries. Trade is important; export…
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The Markka was the currency of Finland before 2002. Since then Finland has used the Euro (€). Markka is the Finnish spelling of Mark, it was sometimes called the Finnish Mark.
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Potatoes.
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The economical in Finland is the 3rd best in Europe.
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