What do you have to wear in Finland?
Regular clothes, but do notice that the winter is really long and cold in Finland, so wearing warm clothing is advised
Finland locates in northern Europe, Scandinavia, next to Sweden and Russia. In Northern Europe, Fennoscandia, between Sweden and Russia and north of Estonia.
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..
It is one of Europe's northernmost countries, and also one of Europe's largest producers of wood and timber. There are many famous things from Finland like, angry birds, no…kia, the sauna, sunrise avenue, HIM, kimi rÃ¤ikkÃ¶nen, teemu selÃ¤nne and many other famous bands, athletes etc.
\nRun naked in the Helsinki market square screaming "I'm a lemon".
\nDonald Duck never wears pants. Exept when he just showered, he then wears a towel.
Why not? I assume you mean "Why does Finland exist?," or, "How did Finland form?" Finland was formed by the Treaty of Versailes, which ended World War One. EDIT: No, Finland… wasn't formed by the Treaty of Versailles. Finland is an older nation which has been under the Swedish empire and later the Russian empire. Finland became independent from Russia (Finland had autonomy) in 1917-1918 (Yes, after WWI) through Finland's own effort. And without bloodshed. :)
They wear clothes.
Same clothes than in the other countries.
Well first of all Finland has four seasons that are very distinctive from one another. Summer can be warm and dry (dryness makes the heat over hotter). In July you can wear sh…ort and t-shirt. Winters can be cold and relentless, you should be prepared to dress lot of warm clothing, including mittens and a cap. Springs are usually bit warm and the ground is often wet. Fall can be cold, especially because of cold winds. So wear whatever you please, but be aware of the CURRENT weather and your own limitations.
Red beanie, red clothes, boots and white beard.
No they weren't, it's just an urban legend. Yes they did actually look it up.
You can get to Finland with a ferry from Tallinn, Stockholm or StPetersburg, take a plane to Helsinki or Rovaniemi, or via road fromRussia, Sweden or Norway.
Coats, mittens or gloves and scarves and some of them wear also beanies. The youngest ones often wear quilted trousers.
Normal clothes. Warm clothes during winter.
Depends where you are. Usually a plane might help the process of getting to a new country.