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Finnish easter

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  • 1. Easter, a.k.a.PÄÄSIÄINEN PÅSK
  • 2. In Finland 77,2% of people aremembers of the Lutheran church.
  • 3. Unlike in Spain, in Finland you will notsee the religious side of Easter on thestreets. There are no parades similar tothose of Semana Santa in Spain.During Easter church attendancegrows. Religious proceedings are notreally too different, as Finns it is aChristian holiday.
  • 4. Finnish Easter cuisine MÄMMI
  • 5. EASTERLAMB
  • 6. UUNIJUUSTO (“OVEN CHEESE”)
  • 7. Finnish Easter customs VIRPOMINEN
  • 8. RAIRUOHO (“RYEGRASS”)
  • 9. PÄÄSIÄISKOKKO (“Easter bonfire”)
  • 10. Hyvää pääsiäistä!God påsk!Happy Easter!Feliz Semana Santa!

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