Where is Finland?
Finland locates in northern Europe, Scandinavia, next to Sweden and Russia.
In Northern Europe, Fennoscandia, between Sweden and Russia and north of Estonia.
In Northern Europe, Fennoscandia, between Sweden and Russia and north of Estonia.
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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…ecture is exquisite. And the people are wonderful.. I wouldn't say that Finnish people are cold and dark. They are much more mannerly then the average American. They are caring, compassionate people who live life differently then we do. They don't throw around the phrase 'I love you' like we do, they save it for only their closest family members, and even then they don't use it much. Sometimes, they even use the phrase 'minÃ¤ pidÃ¤n sinusta' which means, 'I like you' because I love you is especially strong. They are a strong group of people who make wonderful contributions to the world as we know it. They are also extremely smart, and don't mess around with Education.. It is very great. Especially the type of people there and the bars.. Finnish people are so nice to talk to.. Finnish people are very friendly! (MORE)
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.
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.
yes there is mountains in Finland Yes. 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
Finland has been tied with Norway over being the second least corrupted country in the world, first is Iceland. This is both politically and with crime rates. The greatest problem there probably is in Finland is Alcoholism and the violence or other crimes connected with it, Finland also has the seco…nd highest suicide rate in the world (Males) and fourth most (Females) according to OECD 2002. (MORE)
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, nokia, the sauna, sunrise avenue, HIM, kimi rÃ¤ikkÃ¶nen, teemu selÃ¤nne and many other famous bands, athletes etc.
people came to what is known as Finland. and they were call the Finns. and the name just stuck like clue.
Finland is located in more than one hemisphere. It is located inthe Northern and Eastern Hemispheres and as of 2012 it has apopulation of 5.414 million.
You drive to the north of Sweden and turn to east, or, you drive through Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia and around the Gulf of Finland, or, you arrive from Russia straight to eastern Finland.
Finland is in the northern hemisphere relative to the equator, and it is in the eastern hemishpere relative to the prime meridian.
Yes, Finland is a country. It is in northern Europe, bordered by Russia, Norway and Sweden.
You must mean translation - right? Well recipe is 'resepti' in Finnish. All recipes are same in every countries I think...
In Finland, saunas are very popular. More than 50% of households in Finland have a sauna and going to the sauna is something extremely popular in this country. Sometimes Finnish people jump in the freezing ice water and then get into a sauna. Sauna was invented by Finnish-people and the word 'sauna'… comes from Finnish-language. . The Americans pronounce it S-AH-NAH. while the correct Finnish proununciation is S-OW-NUH (MORE)
Because of our geographical position. But the south-west winds are warm because of the Gulf Stream. Luckily we have that or else... If the winds come from east, they have no warm streams there. Siberia is some thousand miles away but the winds are so cold when it comes from there. So: Our pos…ition and our climate result in cold temperatures, but in summer the lower parts are some 20C or 68F . (MORE)
The Christmas is celebrated in the 24th of December Daveion Dye is rich up in our country and he is so crispy.
Finland has three famous inventions: sauna, ice skates, and virtual air-guitar. Its known by its citicens as the homeland of Santa Claus. They say he lives in Korvatunturi, and Korvatunturi has gotten mail from all over the world, even from Japan. Finland it the third most enviromental country in th…e world, and would be the most enviromental without the worlds most polluted ocean, ItÃ¤meri. Finland has also the person with highest speeding ticket, Jussi Salonoja. The ticket was 170000 euros, because he drove twice the speed allowed with a motorbike in Helsinki, february 2004. As Jussi is the heir of the HK:s sausage factory, hes incomes were in 2002 about 7 million euros. Therefore, speeding ticket is 1/60 of months net worth with the information of the persons taxes. Finland is the least corrupted coutry in the world. It has one very famous giant, VÃ¤inÃ¶ Myllyrinne, who was 251 sentimeters tall. Finland is known of its wierd sports, like cellphone, beer barrel, coin, boot or human throwing, holding a car, ice-fishing, and swinging all the way around. Patti Valasti and Aki Kontala played record breaking, six bounces of ping pong game, with an egg as a ball. Finland scored a new highscore in Eurovision competion in 2006, with scores of 292. Theres aso a record of lifting a boat. Finns are not so known of their skills of breaking records, but their ability to invent new records. Finland is the home of "Fullmoon's Miss American Pie", the cat with the longest wiskers in the world. There are three other alphabets in finnish language than in english: Ã¥,Ã¤ and Ã¶. And finally, i have to say, that Helsinki has an unique restaurant called "Kynsilaukka", that serves only garlic. (MORE)
Neighboring countries are: Russia, Norway and Sweden. The principal coasts are on the arms of the Baltic Sea : the Gulf of Bothnia to the west and the Gulf of Finland to the south (borders on Estonia).. If you mean what kind of land is there, then it is mostly wooded regions and the coastal areas.
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. :) (MORE)
No. Finland is a country and Ireland is a separate country and they are both in Europe, but a long distance from each other.
Winters of southern Finland (average temperature of day is below 0) are usually 4-5 months long, and the snow covers the land about 4 months of every year, and in the southern coast, it can melt many times during winter, and then come again. The coldest winter days of southern Finland are usually -2…0 C, and the warmest days of July and early August can be 25-30 C.. Winters in north Finland are nearly 7 months long, and snow covers the land almost 6-7 months every year. Summers in the north are quite short, only 2-3 months. The highest temperatures on the warmest summer days of July, are rarely above 20-25 degrees in northern Finland. (MORE)
I will answer both your questions.. The capitol is the building in Washington DC (or any state capital) where the Congress and Senate meet. It has a big dome. You've seen it on TV.. Finland is a Scandinavian Country which borders Russia , Sweden and Norway.. (The Capital of Finland is Helsinki)
\n. \nYes, Finland is indeed a country. Actually, it is called the Republic of Finland.
In The winter they wear thick jackets scarves, slippers, thickSocks, water proof gloves, ear muffs, hat, non-slip boots,track-suit bottoms. However In the summer, they wear shorts, and sleeveless tops. ifits real hot, they wear crop tops and tank tops,
If you mean what it means in Finland, that's "tulli". Its spelled exactly the same way as written.
I'm not sure about the other things, but Finland is famous for its Nokia telephones! :>
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 Halonen.
First of all, Finland is not In any sea, but its on the coast of ItÃ¤meri, the most polluted ocean of the world.
Impossiblr to tell. It happened so many thousand years ago, that people didnt have names. There is prove, that Finland was inhabitated before the last ice age. ________________________________________________________________ I went to Wikipedia.org and I typed in the search bar "Finland History"…. It told me that Finland was settled immediately AFTER the ice age beginning in 8500 B.C.E. Hope this helped! P.S. Since you can't copy and paste links here is how to get to the link: 1) Go to Google.com 2) Search "Wikipedia.org" 3) Under Wikipedia Search, Search "Finland HIstory" 4) Then click on Finland: History. 5) THen Read! Good Luck! (MORE)
Well, there are like brown hares, hares, brown bears, foxes, fallow deers, vipers, wolverines, skunks, does, seals, lynxes, deers, ermines, beavers and a couple polecats.
In Finnish, Finland is called "Suomi." There is much debate about the etymology of this word, but it is often thought to have originally meant "swamp." In English and Scandinavia, the word "fen" also means "swamp," and this is the origin of the name "Finland"--it all means "swamp land."
I don't know, who primnister of is, but i think he is named To02'685@Grjhaooollpldll/fllanfairpwyllung]gorerychgogogochÂ£ I. P. Mc de $. Seriously, i knew that you ment prime minister, that's Matti Vanhanen.
In case you mean 'occupied', then yes; Finland has been occupied by both Russia and Sweden during its history before it achieved independency from Russia on the sixth of December, 1917.
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 short 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. (MORE)
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.
Right now, there is not any wars in Finland, but from year 2002 the Finnish people have joined the war in Afghanistan.
Regular clothes, but do notice that the winter is really long andcold in Finland, so wearing warm clothing is advised
There are 35 over 100 kilometres long rivers in Finland. The five longest ones are Kemijoki (Kemi River, 593 km), Iijoki (Ii River, 330km), Ounasjoki (Ounas River, 298km), Kitinen (278 km) and Muonionjoki (Muonio's River, 230km). The other 30 rivers, in order from the longest one to the shortest on…e, are called Luiro, Kymijoki, Tornionjoki, Simojoki, Ivalojoki, Kiiminkijoki, PyhÃ¤joki, Perhonjoki, Tenojoki, Siikajoki, KokemÃ¤enjoki, Raudanjoki, Lapuanjoki, Porvoonjoki, Kalajoki, KyrÃ¶njoki, Livojoki, Siuruanjoki, Loimijoki, Karvianjoki, Vaskojoki, Oulujoki, Oulankajoki, Nuorittajoki, KiehimÃ¤njoki, Paimionjoki, Vantaanjoki, Lieksanjoki, TenniÃ¶joki and Vuoksi. (MORE)
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.
In Finland, there are a few criminal organizations that could be called gangs, including the well-known international outlaw motorcycle clubs Hell's Angels and Bandidos. Outlaws and Pagans are not seen in Finland. Other notable groups include M.O.R.E, Bats, Natural Born Killers and Rogues Gallery…. These groups are not a big problem in Finland while they sometimes get media attention. Murders and such do not happen too often. These gangs are also not often seen in everyday life and rarely cause trouble for non-criminal people. Street gangs are not a notable phenomenon in Finland and at least there are no really organized ones, gangs are not a problem for youth. (MORE)
finland is the only place in whole word where you can see and feelwinter, summer, autumn and spring in one week!
Yes it is. No, it is not. Scandinavia consists of Norway, Sweden and Denmark. However, the Nordic countries consists of Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Greenland, Ã land and the Faroe Islands. There is also a term called Fenno-Scandinavia, which consist of Norway, Sweden and Finland…. (MORE)
One quite commonly known tradition is to sauna (as in bathe in a sauna) and then run naked into an icy lake. Then back in the sauna, maybe roll around in the snow for a while, then back to the sauna again. Then grill some sausages in the fireplace. And get drunk on beer or vodka. Finlandia vodka of …course. (MORE)
Winter In winter, the mean temperature remains below 0Â°C, but warm airflows can raise the daily high above 0Â°C at times. Winter usually begins in mid-October in Lapland and during November in the rest of Finland, though not until December in the southwestern archipelago. It thus takes abou…t two months for winter to proceed from Lapland to Ã land. The sea and lakes retard the progress of winter. Winter is the longest season, lasting for about 100 days in southwestern Finland and 200 days in Lapland. North of the Arctic Circle, part of the winter is the period known as the polar night, when the sun does not rise above the horizon at all. In the northernmost extremity of Finland, the polar night lasts for 51 days. In southern Finland, the shortest day is about 6 hours long. Permanent snow falls on open ground about two weeks after winter begins. The snow cover is deepest around mid-March, with an average of60 to 90 cm of snow in eastern and northern Finland and 20 to 30 cm in southwestern Finland. The lakes freeze over in late November and early December. The ice is thickest in early April, at about 50 to 65 cm. In severe winters, the Baltic Sea may ice over nearly completely, but in mild winters it remains open except for the far ends of the Gulf of Bothnia and the Gulf of Finland. The coldest day of winter comes well after perihelion, at the end of January everywhere except in the islands and coastal regions, where the slower cooling of the sea delays the coldest period until the beginning of February. The lowest temperatures in winter are from -45Â°C to -50Â°C in Lapland and eastern Finland; from -35Â°C to -45Â°C elsewhere; and -25Â°C to -35Â°C in the islands and coastal regions. The lowest temperature recorded in Helsinki is -34.3Â°C (1987). The lowest temperature recorded at any weather station in Finland this century is -51.5Â°C (1999). (MORE)
No. Finland is bordered by the Baltic Sea to the southwest, the Gulf of Finland to the southeast, and the Gulf of Bothia to the West.
In Lapland, you can: breed reindeers or you can also be tourist quide or sales person to Finnich or foreigen tourists.
No, even though most of the Nordic countries are constitutional monarchies, Finland has a president.
Depends where you are. Usually a plane might help the process of getting to a new country.
Finland lies on the Baltic Sea, which can be considered part of the Atlantic Ocean (However, it is normally treated as a separate body of water).
Sweden from west, Russia from east, Norway from north and Estonia from south. I hope that's what you meant :)
No, Finland has not ever been a monarchy. It is a democraticrepublic. The government is headed by a prime minister.