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See more on en.wikipedia.org · Text under CC-BY-SA licenseThe Republic of Finland is a parliamentary democracy in Europe.See more on countries.fandom.com · Text under CC-BY-SA licenseFinnish belongs to the Uralic languagegroup. In Finland, approximately 4.9 million people speak Finnish as theirfirst language, and more than 0.5 million people speak it as a second language.Finnish is also spoken in Sweden, Norway, Eastern Karelia and Ingria (inRussia), and even in the USA and Australia. The Finnish spoken in Finlandcomprises several dialects. Writte…See more on kotus.fi1. Alvar Aalto, architect 2. Markku Alen, 1978 World Rally Champion 3. Valtteri Bottas, current Formula One driver 4. The Dudesons, also known as Duudsonit, a four-man stunt group with several TV shows and a movie. Close friends with the Jackass crew 5. Akseli Gallen-Kallela, artist 6. Marcus Gronholm, 2000/02 World Rally Champion 7. Mika Häkkinen, 1998 and 1999 Formul…See more on kids.kiddle.coThe economy of Finland has a per capita output equal to that of other European economies such as those of France, Germany, Belgium, or the UK. The largest sector of the economy is the service sector at 66% of GDP, followed by manufacturing and refining at 31%. Primary production represents 2.9%. With respect to foreign trade, the key economic sector is manufacturing. The l…See more on en.wikipedia.org · Text under CC-BY-SA licenseThe most important sectors of Finland’s economy in 2016 were public administration, defence, education, human health and social work activities (21.3%), industry (20.2%) and wholesale and retail trade, transport, accommodation and food services (15.9%).Intra-EU trade accounts for 59% of Finland’s exports (Germany 13%, Sweden 10% and the Netherlands 7%), while outside the E…See more on europa.euFinland has a mixed economy. Free market controls a lot of production and sales of goods, but public sector is involved in services. In 2013, taxes were 44% of gross national product. This is 4th largest in Europe, after Denmark, France and Belgium.In 2014 services were 70% of the gross national product.The largest company in 2014 was oil refinery Neste Oil. Second largest was N…See more on kids.kiddle.coFinland has a highly industrialized, free-market economy with a per capita output equal to that of other western economies such as France, Germany, Sweden, or the U.K. The largest sector of the economy is services (65.5%), followed by manufacturing and refining (31.6%). Primary production is at 2.9%.The Finnish economy had made enormous strides since the severe reces…See more on countries.fandom.com · Text under CC-BY-SA licenseSee moreNew content will be added above the current area of focus upon selectionSee lessPrehistoryIf the archeological finds from Wolf Cave are the result of Neanderthals' activities, the first people inhabited Finland approximately 120,000–130,000 years ago. The area that is now Finland was settled in, at the latest, around 8,500 BC during the Stone Age towards the end of thSwedish eraAs a result of the crusades and the colonisation of some Finnish coastal areas with Christian Swedish population during the Middle Ages, Finland gradually became part of the kingdom of Sweden and the sphere of influence of the Catholic Church. Due to the Swedish conquest, the …See more on en.wikipedia.org · Text under CC-BY-SA licensePeople first came to Finland 10,000 years ago. That was just after an ice age, after a glacier that covered the ground had receded.Some think the first people in Finland already spoke a language that is related to Finnish that is spoken today. It is known for sure that an early form of the Finnish language was spoken in Finland in the Iron Age. (The Iron Age in Finland was 2,500–800 years …See more on kids.kiddle.coFinland's nearly 700-year association with the Kingdom of Sweden began in 1154 with the introduction of Christianity by Sweden's King Eric. During the ensuing centuries, Finland played an important role in the political life of the Swedish-Finnish realm, and Finnish soldiers often predominated in Swedish armies. Finns also formed a significant proportion of the first "Swedis…See more on countries.fandom.com · Text under CC-BY-SA licenseSee moreNew content will be added above the current area of focus upon selectionSee lessConstitutionThe Constitution of Finland defines the political system; Finland is a parliamentary republic within the framework of a representative democracy. The Prime Minister is the country's most powerful person. The current version of the constitution was enacted on 1 March 2000, and wasPresidentThe head of state of Finland is President of the Republic of Finland. Finland has had for most of its independence a semi-presidential system, but in the last few decades the powers of the President have been diminished. In constitution amendments, which came into effect in 1991 See more on en.wikipedia.org · Text under CC-BY-SA licenseFinland is a parliamentary republic with a head of government - the prime minister - and a head of state - the president. The central government is based in Helsinki and the local governments in the 311 municipalities (towns and cities). The country is divided into 19 regions and 70 sub-regions. The smallest region, Åland, is an autonomous archipelago in the south-west. The north…See more on europa.euFinland's proportional representation system encourages a multitude of political parties and has resulted in many coalition governments. Political activity by communists was legalized in 1944, and although four major parties have dominated the postwar political arena, none now has a majority position. In March 2007 parliamentary elections, the Center Party (Keskusta), traditiona…See more on countries.fandom.com · Text under CC-BY-SA licenseSee moreNew content will be added above the current area of focus upon selectionSee lessLiteratureWritten Finnish could be said to have existed since Mikael Agricola translated the New Testament into Finnish during the Protestant Reformation, but few notable works of literature were written until the 19th century and the beginning of a Finnish national Romantic Movement. ThisVisual arts, design, and architectureThe visual arts in Finland started to form their individual characteristics in the 19th century, when Romantic nationalism was rising in autonomic Finland. The best known of Finnish painters, Akseli Gallen-Kallela, started painting in a naturalist style, but moved to national romSee more on en.wikipedia.org · Text under CC-BY-SA licenseThe people of Finland are called Finns. Most Finns speak Finnish as their mother tongue; 6% of Finns have the Swedish language as their mother tongue. Finns also study mandatory English and Swedish in school. Most Finns work either in services (that is: shops, banks, offices or businesses) or in factories. Finns often like saunas and nature. Many Finnish families have sum…See more on kids.kiddle.coPopulation by ethnic background in 2017 Finnish Other European Asian African Other The population of Finland is currently about 5.5 million inhabitants and is aging with the birth rate at 10.42 births per 1,000 population per year, or a fertility rate of 1.49 children born per woman, one of the lowest in the world, below the replacement rate of 2.1, it remains considerably below the …See more on en.wikipedia.org · Text under CC-BY-SA licenseThe origins of the Finnish people are still a matter of conjecture, although many scholars argue that their original home was in what is now west-central Siberia. The Finns arrived in their present territory thousands of years ago, pushing the indigenous Lapps into the more remote northern regions. Finnish and Lappish--the language of Finland's small Lapp minority--both are Finno-Ug…See more on countries.fandom.com · Text under CC-BY-SA licenseMore than 150 different first languages are spoken in Finland. The official languages (national languages) of Finland are Finnish and Swedish. In addition to Finnish and Swedish, there are other languages in Finland whose users rights are laid down in law. The Saami languages are the languages of the indigenous population of Finland. Finnish Romani, Finnish sign language, Finl…See more on kotus.fiIn addition to Finnish and Swedish, Finland has also some other domestic languages. Sami languages are the indigenous languages of Finland. Three Sami languages are spoken here. They belong in the group of Finno-Ugric languages. The Romani language spoken in Finland is an Indo-European language. Finland also has its own sign language. You can find out more about …See more on infofinland.fiFinland has a mixed presidential/parliamentary system with executive powers divided between the president, who has primary responsibility for national security and foreign affairs, and the prime minister, who has primary responsibility for all other areas, including EU issues. Under the constitution that took effect in March 2000, the established practice for managing foreign policy i…See more on countries.fandom.com · Text under CC-BY-SA licenseSwedish is an Indo-European language and amember of the North Germanic branch of the language family. Globally,approximately 9 million people speak Swedish as their first language; Finlandhas approximately 296,000 Swedish-speakers. Finland Swedish is a regionalvariant of Swedish. One purpose of the guidance on Finland Swedish is toprevent it from becoming too dif…See more on kotus.fithisisFINLAND

(7 days ago) OverviewFinnishEconomyHistoryPoliticsCultureDemographicsLanguagesGovernmentSwedishFinland, officially the Republic of Finland, is a Nordic country in Northern Europe bordering the Baltic Sea, Gulf of Bothnia, and Gulf of Finland, between Sweden to the west, Russia to the east, Estonia to the south, and north-eastern Norway to the north. The capital and largest city is Helsinki. Other major cities are Espoo, Tampere, Vantaa, Oulu, Turku, Jyväskylä, Lahti and Kuo…See more on en.wikipedia.org · Text under CC-BY-SA licenseThe Republic of Finland is a parliamentary democracy in Europe.See more on countries.fandom.com · Text under CC-BY-SA licenseFinnish belongs to the Uralic languagegroup. In Finland, approximately 4.9 million people speak Finnish as theirfirst language, and more than 0.5 million people speak it as a second language.Finnish is also spoken in Sweden, Norway, Eastern Karelia and Ingria (inRussia), and even in the USA and Australia. The Finnish spoken in Finlandcomprises several dialects. Writte…See more on kotus.fi1. Alvar Aalto, architect 2. Markku Alen, 1978 World Rally Champion 3. Valtteri Bottas, current Formula One driver 4. The Dudesons, also known as Duudsonit, a four-man stunt group with several TV shows and a movie. Close friends with the Jackass crew 5. Akseli Gallen-Kallela, artist 6. Marcus Gronholm, 2000/02 World Rally Champion 7. Mika Häkkinen, 1998 and 1999 Formul…See more on kids.kiddle.coThe economy of Finland has a per capita output equal to that of other European economies such as those of France, Germany, Belgium, or the UK. The largest sector of the economy is the service sector at 66% of GDP, followed by manufacturing and refining at 31%. Primary production represents 2.9%. With respect to foreign trade, the key economic sector is manufacturing. The l…See more on en.wikipedia.org · Text under CC-BY-SA licenseThe most important sectors of Finland’s economy in 2016 were public administration, defence, education, human health and social work activities (21.3%), industry (20.2%) and wholesale and retail trade, transport, accommodation and food services (15.9%).Intra-EU trade accounts for 59% of Finland’s exports (Germany 13%, Sweden 10% and the Netherlands 7%), while outside the E…See more on europa.euFinland has a mixed economy. Free market controls a lot of production and sales of goods, but public sector is involved in services. In 2013, taxes were 44% of gross national product. This is 4th largest in Europe, after Denmark, France and Belgium.In 2014 services were 70% of the gross national product.The largest company in 2014 was oil refinery Neste Oil. Second largest was N…See more on kids.kiddle.coFinland has a highly industrialized, free-market economy with a per capita output equal to that of other western economies such as France, Germany, Sweden, or the U.K. The largest sector of the economy is services (65.5%), followed by manufacturing and refining (31.6%). Primary production is at 2.9%.The Finnish economy had made enormous strides since the severe reces…See more on countries.fandom.com · Text under CC-BY-SA licenseSee moreNew content will be added above the current area of focus upon selectionSee lessPrehistoryIf the archeological finds from Wolf Cave are the result of Neanderthals' activities, the first people inhabited Finland approximately 120,000–130,000 years ago. The area that is now Finland was settled in, at the latest, around 8,500 BC during the Stone Age towards the end of thSwedish eraAs a result of the crusades and the colonisation of some Finnish coastal areas with Christian Swedish population during the Middle Ages, Finland gradually became part of the kingdom of Sweden and the sphere of influence of the Catholic Church. Due to the Swedish conquest, the …See more on en.wikipedia.org · Text under CC-BY-SA licensePeople first came to Finland 10,000 years ago. That was just after an ice age, after a glacier that covered the ground had receded.Some think the first people in Finland already spoke a language that is related to Finnish that is spoken today. It is known for sure that an early form of the Finnish language was spoken in Finland in the Iron Age. (The Iron Age in Finland was 2,500–800 years …See more on kids.kiddle.coFinland's nearly 700-year association with the Kingdom of Sweden began in 1154 with the introduction of Christianity by Sweden's King Eric. During the ensuing centuries, Finland played an important role in the political life of the Swedish-Finnish realm, and Finnish soldiers often predominated in Swedish armies. Finns also formed a significant proportion of the first "Swedis…See more on countries.fandom.com · Text under CC-BY-SA licenseSee moreNew content will be added above the current area of focus upon selectionSee lessConstitutionThe Constitution of Finland defines the political system; Finland is a parliamentary republic within the framework of a representative democracy. The Prime Minister is the country's most powerful person. The current version of the constitution was enacted on 1 March 2000, and wasPresidentThe head of state of Finland is President of the Republic of Finland. Finland has had for most of its independence a semi-presidential system, but in the last few decades the powers of the President have been diminished. In constitution amendments, which came into effect in 1991 See more on en.wikipedia.org · Text under CC-BY-SA licenseFinland is a parliamentary republic with a head of government - the prime minister - and a head of state - the president. The central government is based in Helsinki and the local governments in the 311 municipalities (towns and cities). The country is divided into 19 regions and 70 sub-regions. The smallest region, Åland, is an autonomous archipelago in the south-west. The north…See more on europa.euFinland's proportional representation system encourages a multitude of political parties and has resulted in many coalition governments. Political activity by communists was legalized in 1944, and although four major parties have dominated the postwar political arena, none now has a majority position. In March 2007 parliamentary elections, the Center Party (Keskusta), traditiona…See more on countries.fandom.com · Text under CC-BY-SA licenseSee moreNew content will be added above the current area of focus upon selectionSee lessLiteratureWritten Finnish could be said to have existed since Mikael Agricola translated the New Testament into Finnish during the Protestant Reformation, but few notable works of literature were written until the 19th century and the beginning of a Finnish national Romantic Movement. ThisVisual arts, design, and architectureThe visual arts in Finland started to form their individual characteristics in the 19th century, when Romantic nationalism was rising in autonomic Finland. The best known of Finnish painters, Akseli Gallen-Kallela, started painting in a naturalist style, but moved to national romSee more on en.wikipedia.org · Text under CC-BY-SA licenseThe people of Finland are called Finns. Most Finns speak Finnish as their mother tongue; 6% of Finns have the Swedish language as their mother tongue. Finns also study mandatory English and Swedish in school. Most Finns work either in services (that is: shops, banks, offices or businesses) or in factories. Finns often like saunas and nature. Many Finnish families have sum…See more on kids.kiddle.coPopulation by ethnic background in 2017 Finnish Other European Asian African Other The population of Finland is currently about 5.5 million inhabitants and is aging with the birth rate at 10.42 births per 1,000 population per year, or a fertility rate of 1.49 children born per woman, one of the lowest in the world, below the replacement rate of 2.1, it remains considerably below the …See more on en.wikipedia.org · Text under CC-BY-SA licenseThe origins of the Finnish people are still a matter of conjecture, although many scholars argue that their original home was in what is now west-central Siberia. The Finns arrived in their present territory thousands of years ago, pushing the indigenous Lapps into the more remote northern regions. Finnish and Lappish--the language of Finland's small Lapp minority--both are Finno-Ug…See more on countries.fandom.com · Text under CC-BY-SA licenseMore than 150 different first languages are spoken in Finland. The official languages (national languages) of Finland are Finnish and Swedish. In addition to Finnish and Swedish, there are other languages in Finland whose users rights are laid down in law. The Saami languages are the languages of the indigenous population of Finland. Finnish Romani, Finnish sign language, Finl…See more on kotus.fiIn addition to Finnish and Swedish, Finland has also some other domestic languages. Sami languages are the indigenous languages of Finland. Three Sami languages are spoken here. They belong in the group of Finno-Ugric languages. The Romani language spoken in Finland is an Indo-European language. Finland also has its own sign language. You can find out more about …See more on infofinland.fiFinland has a mixed presidential/parliamentary system with executive powers divided between the president, who has primary responsibility for national security and foreign affairs, and the prime minister, who has primary responsibility for all other areas, including EU issues. Under the constitution that took effect in March 2000, the established practice for managing foreign policy i…See more on countries.fandom.com · Text under CC-BY-SA licenseSwedish is an Indo-European language and amember of the North Germanic branch of the language family. Globally,approximately 9 million people speak Swedish as their first language; Finlandhas approximately 296,000 Swedish-speakers. Finland Swedish is a regionalvariant of Swedish. One purpose of the guidance on Finland Swedish is toprevent it from becoming too dif…See more on kotus.fithisisFINLANDhttps://finland.fiWebThe website Run in Finland lists the country’s most exciting international running events for you and your friends. Tagged in Environment Finland Fun Helsinki Sports Webpick. …

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Your Official Finland Travel Guide

(9 days ago) WebA stunning labyrinth of lakes, islands, and forests. There's no scene more Finnish than a cosy cottage by a lake surrounded by emerald green forests. Explore Lakeland. Credits:: Mikko Nikkinen.

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Tourism Guide Finland - Traveling in Finland Discovering …

(5 days ago) WebFinland has it all. From the incredible scattering of islands in Europe’s largest archipelago, to the hilly countryside of Finnish Lapland, the landscape of Finland is a pristine …

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Frontpage Study in Finland

(Just Now) WebFinland's world-leading higher education system offers more than 500 English-taught bachelor's and master's degree programmes in 13 universities and 22 universities of applied sciences (UAS). The …

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Finland - The World Factbook - Central Intelligence Agency

(7 days ago) WebFinland was a province and then a grand duchy under Sweden from the 12th to the 19th centuries, and an autonomous grand duchy of Russia after 1809. It …

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(4 days ago) WebFinland’s Independence Day will be celebrated with a reception hosted by President Sauli Niinistö and Mrs. Jenni Haukio on Tuesday, December 6, 2022, at the Presidential …

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The Finland Shop - Ecological Finnish design from an …

(7 days ago) WebThe Finland Shop is an online store for products made in Finland. Here you will find carefully selected Finnish design products from home decor to accessories. We promise top service and prompt delivery. Appreciate …

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(5 days ago) Web1.12.2022 14.36. At its plenary session on 1 December 2022, the Government confirmed the national objectives for organising healthcare and social …

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About the Government - Valtioneuvosto

(9 days ago) WebGovernment is a concept with several meanings. It may refer narrowly to the Government composed of the Prime Minister and the other ministers. It may also mean the broader …

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Your Official Finland Travel Guide

(2 days ago) WebHere are a few of those special Finnish moments. Cherish the cold. Cleanse body and soul with a chilly dip. Rejuvenate in a sauna. Relax and find peace like a Finn. See your first …

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Finland - United States Department of State

(6 days ago) WebThe United States severed diplomatic relations with Finland in 1944 during World War II, when Finland and Nazi Germany fought as co-belligerents against the USSR. U.S.-Finland diplomatic relations were …

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(4 days ago) WebDevelopment of conscription service. On 5 March 2020, the Government appointed a parliamentary committee to examine the development of general conscription and the …

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Home Education Finland

(2 days ago) WebEducation Finland is a governmental cluster programme supporting the best education providers in their growth on the international market. The programme is coordinated by …

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EnterFinland : Home page

(3 days ago) WebUse Enter Finland for Employers to follow your employee’s residence permit application, to submit documents or to pay the processing fee on behalf of your employee. You are a …

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Home Maahanmuuttovirasto

(4 days ago) WebFinnish Immigration Service to establish new reception centres on 29 November Press release 29.11.2022 10.53 A record number of international students move to Finland in …

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Study and work info - thisisFINLAND

(Just Now) WebStudy in Finland is a good starting point for prospective university students interested in English-taught degree studies in Finland. The Study Info portal contains info about studies offered in English in Finland. …

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Home - Presidentti

(Just Now) WebPresident Niinistö on a state visit to Iceland: The Nordic brand is strong. President of the Republic of Finland Sauli Niinistö and his spouse Jenni Haukio, made a …

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Is it easy to find a job in Finland?

They don’t pay much, though. The only industry where you can find a relatively well paid job in Finland, is IT, so you should have skills for coding. If you are skilfull in Finnish (or Swedish, in Swedish-speaking areas), it is easier to find a job in your own industry. Still not easy, but easier.

Is Finland a real thing?

More seriously, yes Finland is a real country. It's a rather ´young´ country and nation compared to some other, but no-one can doubt that Finland is a real, legitimate country. I wrote a little bit about the process of formation of Finland's state and nation on another post ( Lyonel Perabo's answer to How was Finland Formed? ) bu Continue Reading

Can I visit Finland now?

Vaccinated travelers from all countries (including the United States) are now permitted to enter Finland.

Is Finland open to tourism?

Finland. Open – with restrictions. Finland first reopened for tourism to EU countries mid-2020, but due to second and third waves through Europe, has been closed for most of 2021. As of November 2021, vaccinated tourists are allowed to enter Finland without tests or quarantine, with the exception of Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Mozambique ...