the people in Finland are called fins
People from Finland are called Finns, or Finnish people.
People from Finland are Finnish!
People in Finland are called Finnish or Finns. Population is 5,359,538.
The people from Finland are either called "Finns" or "Finnish".
People from Finland are Finnish and people from Iceland are Icelandic.
Finnish people are called "Finns".
It's the Finnish name. The same way Japanese people call Japan Nippon or German people call Germany Deutschland.
They are mostly called Finns.
Santa Claus is called Joulupukki in Finland.
Finnish or Finns
Finnish. (There are other nationalities living in Finland: Swedish, Lapp, and Russian)
In English they're called Finns or the Finnish.
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The people who originate from Lapland are called Saami or Sapmi. They come from an area that spreads across northern Norway, Sweden, Finland and Russia.
First people who came to Finland, were called "finns". So therefore, Finland is the "land of finns". Dont ask how the finns got their names. Also, in Finland, Finlands name is Suomi. And that doesent stand for anything. The whole name of Finland was actually made by others than finns.
The "Samí" also called "Lapps"
People from Finland are of Finnish nationality.
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 are 10000000 people theres quite alot i went there and asked people there names that's why hey by the why see ya
It is called joulupukkia in Finland
Yes, Finland is indeed a country. Actually, it is called the Republic of Finland.
I dont know, and I am Finn, aivan kauheeta, taytyy ottaa heti selville.
There is no specific term in english. An inhabitant of Helsinki is called "Helsinkiläinen" or "Hesalainen" by other people from Finland. The people of Helsinki call themselves "Stadilainen" and regard being called "Hesalainen" stupid.
It's called "joulu" in Finland and "jul" in Sweden and Norway.
The Gulf of Finland.
People who live in Finland are Finnish and are referred to as Finns.
About 30000 british people live in Finland.
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.
In southern Finland.
People from Finland are Finns, or Finnish.
Finland is called the land of a thousand lakes because it has about 187,888 lakes.
What are people called who live above the Arctic Circle in Scandinavian countries of Sweden Norway and Finland?
The Sami, who used to be known as the Lapps.
League of the Rural People of Finland was created in 1906.
Most were born in Finland but Finland has taken in some immigrants.
The current prime minister of Finland is Mari Kiviniemi.
Helsinki is the capital and largest city of Finland.
The population in Finland is about 5.3 million people.
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Yes, it is. (Though we Finns call our country Suomi.)
Yes, Bombardier is established in Finland in a city called Helsinki.
Finland has used euro since 2002.
the indigenous people of Norway is the Sami people. they lived in the artic area of Sápmi, which now is the northern part of Norway, Sweden, Finland and the Kola Penisula of Russia.
People in Finland communicate just like they do everywhere else, only in the Finnish language.
Finland has democracy. There are 200 people in the parliament.
lauri ylonen(the rasmus) is famous from Finland :)
Thanksgiving is not celebrated in Finland.
There are no oceans in Finland. Finland has lakes and there are so many lakes in Finland that it would take me forever to name them all but for instance one is called Längelmävesi. No oceans in Finland, just lakes.
They are called Finnish, Finns, and Finlanders.