What effects does the climate of Finland have on Finland?
Well I went to Finland, In the winter, And we had a fire which has smoke, which causes environment issues. We had also buying more cotton clothes which kills any animal with wool, such as a sheep. In the summer time it gets really hot, we have bbq's which does the same as a fire.
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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.
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 i…nfluence of the North Atlantic Current, Baltic Sea, and more than 60,000 lakes. Finland has four very distinct seasons, but on average the winter is really dominant and year is really cold and dark all over the country. From November to March, and sometimes even till April, the thermometer is often below zero Celsius and -20 Celsius is nothing special during February. In SodankylÃ¤ (in Lappi) has had -40 degree Celsius and below several times in the last 10 years. The summer is really short, lasting about 2-3 months and is usually at 15-25 Celsius depending on the location. Finland has three main kinds of weather, the coastal weather and the inland weather and the north weather. The coastal weather (especially the area between Vaasa-Turku-Helsinki) is a lot windier and warmer than the inland and the north weather (pretty much everything north from Oulu) is a lot colder and darker for longer period of time.
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.
Cold all the time and only warm in the fall
\nRun naked in the Helsinki market square screaming "I'm a lemon".
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. :)
I am sorry to inform you that Finland is not a person, rather Finland is a Country located in nothern Europe between Russia and Sweden. Current president of Finland is Tarja H…alonen.
Yes, most Finns speak good English
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.
Yes, it is. (Though we Finns call our country Suomi.)
Depends where you are. Usually a plane might help the process of getting to a new country.