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How does Finland get its food?

  We have crops to grow our food. If you want some other kinds of foods too, farm animal industries are also located here. Meat: Only 0,1% or so contain salmonella. It's (MORE)

What is the size of Finland?

Its area is 338 424,38 km², it's length is 1160 km and it's about 540km wide. For the comparison, Finland fits about 40 times to Australia.
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What food do the have in Finland?

They eat generally like people in the U.S or Aus do. For breakfast, the Finnish would usually have a big helping of porridge. (Know I do). Typical foods include potatoes and f (MORE)

What continent is Finland on?

Europe and more closely Northern Europe along with other Nordic countries and the Baltic countries.
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Are there fjords in Finland?

If the answer needs to be yes or no, it would be most fair to say no. There are some narrow bays that are sometimes considered fjords, mostly in northern Finland. In southern (MORE)

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The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)
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What are facts about Finland?

Facts about Finland: . Finland has a humid and cool semi continental climate. The mostpopular sport is ice hockey. . Simo Häyhä, a Finnish sniper, killed 500 Russians (MORE)
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What is the length of Finland?

The length of Finland from its northernmost point to its southernmost point is 1,160 km, or 721 miles.
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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.
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When was Finland made?

It is really unclear where are the Finnish people from. If we have understood right the signs we have found from Karijoki's Susiluola (Wolf Cave), there have been Neandertals (MORE)