Finland Adam B. Kate R. Liandra R.https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world- factbook/graphics/flags/large/fi-lgflag.gif
Introduction• The country that we studied is Finland.• The capital of Finland is Helsinki.• The population is 5,200,000 people.• The country’s official languages are Finnish and Swedish.
Geography • Finland has several farmlands, plains and green hills. • Finland has fertile and rich soil. • Finland has a humid climate like mild summers and icy cold winters.http://i.infoplease.com/images/mfinland.gif
People• Winter sports are very popular in Finland. They play hockey, skiing, and also water sports and hiking.• In Finland they do a lot of the same jobs we do in America.• They do a variety of jobs like forest work, farming and other industries like tourism.
Food• Finns eat a lot of meat and fish, especially Reindeer Sausages.• Potatoes are the most famous veggie in all of Finland.• At home families make hearty soups, casseroles, and pies.• They love to drink milk and are avid coffee drinkers. http://adashofcinema.files.wordpress.com/2012/09/finland-plate-of-food-2.jpg
Interesting Facts• People in Finland read more than any other countries in Europe.• Finns love folk music, literature, and dancing.• They also like doing “Tango Dancing” to music.• Most Finns own a country side cottage without plumbing and electricity.
Bibliography• Finland." Peoples of Europe. Marshall Cavendish Digital, 2012. Web. 10 October 2012.<http://www.marshallcavendishdigital.com/artic ledisplay/22/4927/50485>.