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    • SUOMI FINLAND
    • Finland is in the northern Europe.
    • Finland is 1160 kilometres long. Finland is 260 kilometres wide at the narrowest point.
    • There are 5,2 million inhabitants in Finland. The surface area is 338 145 km ². 10 % of Finland‘s surface area is water and only 3 % is build-up land. South and Middle Finland is low-lying ground and in the north of Finland there are lots of arctic hills. There are 55 000 lakes in Finland. Finland's official languages are Finnish and Swedish.
    • Helsinki is the capital of Finland. 1/5 of the Finnish inhabitants (about 1 000 000) live in the metropolitan area. Helsinki Cathedral Railway station Air photo of Helsinki The amusement park Linnanmäki
    • Modern art museum Kiasma Opera house Finlandia House
    • Presidential residence Parliament House Temppeliaukio Church Art museum Ateneum
    • In the Northern Finland, at the arctic circle, lives Santa Claus. He gets over 700 000 letters every year from children all over the world.
    • If you go to the north from the arctic circle in the summer time, you can see the midnight sun. In the winter time there is a period of darkness, when the sun doesn ‘t rise for about two months . Midnight sun Period of darkness
    • Finland has four seasons. SPRING
    • SUMMER
    • AUTUMN
    • WINTER