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  • Finland
    Images of Finland

  • Finland in WW II

  • Celebrating Midsummer in Finland
    Midsummer is a traditional feast in Finland. It dates back to pagan times and it is still celebrated the same way as it was hundreds of years ago. Midsummer Bonfire Sauna

  • Female politicians in Finland
    female politicians; Finland

  • Suomenlinna, "The Castle of Finland"
    A spectacular island fortress off the coast of Helsinki (and more or less opposite Tallinn)

  • Finland in the Past
    Some main facts about Finnish history. An example of culture heritage from the Stone Age, the Swedish Era and the Russian Era. One example of a house built in very Finnish style.

  • Finland - The Land of Forests
    Finland is known as a land of forests. Finland lives of its forests. Forests are used as an inspiration in poems, songs, arts and crafts. forests, crafts, rya

  • Celebrating Christmas in Finland
    Christmas, Santa Claus

  • A propos d'écoles/About schools (Finland)
    Tableau descriptif de différents systèmes scolaires

  • Finland today - a mosaic of languages?
    Finland has long been inhabited by several languages, which have highly contributed to its cultural and identity framework

  • Ovidius in Finnish!
    The story of Europe in Finnish language

  • The Finnish Forest
    Forests can be seen as one of the Finnish icons.

  • Some of the Finnish icons
    The background of our icons (continuing).

  • Some of the Finnish icons: Eliel Saarinen
    Eliel Saarinen, a Finnish architect.

  • Some of the Finnish Icons: Jean Sibelius
    Jean Sibelius (1865-1957), Finland´s greatest Composer.

  • Some of the Finnish icons: Emil Wikström
    Emil Wikström, a Finnish sculptor.

  • Sailing the Baltic Sea near the Finnish coast
    Sailing the Baltic Sea near the Finnish coast - from west to east.

  • Kalevala - the Finnish National Epic
    Painting "The Aino Triptych" by Akseli Gallen-Kallela (1891) based on the Kalevala's poem "The Fate of Aino".

  • A Finnish folk tale about Hölmölä village
    The thinking of Hölmölä people is slow, but it’s not so very dangerous, because they are very hard working and fair people.

  • Some history about the Finnish peasants and tenant farmers
    In every society there have been times, when the wagons of life have become too hard and heavy for a single group of persons to pull. In Finland this can also be seen in the history of peasants and tenant farmers. There are two clear events that reflect this.

  • Turku - an important part of Finnish history
    Turku was capital of Finland during the period of Swedish reign which lasted about 700 years. castle, cathedral, culture, wall paintings

  • The Finnish forest in paintings of the 1800’s and early 1900’s.
    The Finnish forest was first discovered by authors, but in 1800's it also became a subject of the painters.

  • A Finnish literature classic about 1453 in Constantinople - Mika Waltari
    Johannes Angelos ( translated as The Dark Angel), a novel by Mika Waltari.

  • Fading borders? – the history of the borders of Finland and Europe today
    Finland, borders, Europe

  • School days in our school in Valkeala, Finland/ L
    How our schooldays are like here in another country./A quoi ressemblent les jours d'école ici, dans un autre pays.

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