Officially the Republic of Finland, this Nordic country is located in the Fennoscandian region of Northern Europe. With a total area of 130,596 sq mi, it is the eight biggest country in Europe. Finland is also the most sparsely populated nation in the European Union.
Which country was the first to give women the right to vote?
At a national level, Grant Duchy of Finland(1883) was first to declare universal suffrage and allow anyone to participate in politic, women included, although it was a autonymous part of Russian Empire at that stage. The first independent country to give women the right to vote in national elections (not local or provincial) was New Zealand in 1893. Previous bills or amendments only narrowly failed in New Zealands parliament as early as 1878. Places with similar status which granted women the vote include Wyoming Territory (1869). Other possible contenders for first "country" to grant female suffrage include the Corsican Republic(1769), the Isle of Man (1881), the Pitcairn Islands(1838), Franceville(1889), but some of these had brief existences as independent states and others were not clearly independent. Sweden was first one to allow women to participate in elections in 1718, but only to guild members and only on local elections. Of currently existing independent countries, New Zealand was the first to give women the right to vote in 1893 when it was a self-governing British colony. Similarly, the colony of South Australia enacted legislation giving women the vote in 1894. Places with similar status which granted women the vote include Wyoming Territory (1869). Other possible contenders for first "country" to grant female suffrage include the Corsican Republic, the Isle of Man (1881), the Pitcairn Islands, and Franceville, but some of these had brief existences as independent states and others were not clearly independent.
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How do you say Miss you too in finnish?
"Minullakin on ikävä sinua" would be a standard language phrase. A spoken language phrase could be for example "mullakin on sua ikävä". This kind of a conversation 1: I miss you 2: Miss you too would be in a standard Finnish 1: Minulla on ikävä sinua / Ikävöin sinua 2: Minullakin on sinua ikävä / Minäkin ikävöin sinua and in the spoken Finnish 1: Mulla on sua ikävä 2: Mullakin sua
How do you say 'goodbye and take care' in Finnish?
What happened to Denmark Norway and Finland during World War 2?
Denmark and Norway were occupied by Nazi Germany in 1940 and remained so until liberated in 1945. Finland was attacked by the Soviet Union before Russia and Germany went to war and, although she put up a good fight, was forced to make concessions to the Soviets and had to maintain a careful neutrality for the rest of the war. Even thought Finland "won" the continuation war, peace treaty made Soviet Union winner because Finland was fighting with German