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eBook Finland: Facts and figures ePub

by Jyrki Leskinen

  • ISBN: 9511053914
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Jyrki Leskinen
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Otava; 2nd edition (1979)
  • Pages: 239
  • ePub book: 1370 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1250 kb
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The total area of Finland is 338,144 km, making it the 8th largest country in Europe after Russia, Ukraine, France, Spain, Sweden, Norway and Germany.

The total area of Finland is 338,144 km, making it the 8th largest country in Europe after Russia, Ukraine, France, Spain, Sweden, Norway and Germany. Of this, 10% is water and 69% forest – there are 188,000 lakes in Finland, and 98,050 islands on those lakes. It is home to . million people, making it the most sparsely populated country in the European Union

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Juha Pekka Leskinen (born 26 February 1954) is a Finnish former competitive figure skater. He represented Finland at the 1976 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck and finished 13th overall. He won the Finnish national title three times (1970, 1971, 1975).

Facts about Finland which from the air looks like an intricate green and blue jigsaw puzzle. 1. The first inhabitants of Finland were the Sami (Lapp) people who were there when the first Finnish speakers migrated in during the first millennium . The Lapps moved north into the section that is today known as Lapland. 2. Today the Republic of Finland is located on a peninsula geographically within the region of Scandinavia, but Finland is actually part of Fenland instead.

Finland is a unique mixture of East and West. Whether you enjoy urban culture and design, or wish to spot a bear in the wild, both are possible in Finland. The society features safety and equality with a democratic and transparent political system. World class education

Finland is a unique mixture of East and West. World class education. Being consistently ranked no. 1 in world education is a Finnish success story and no mere coincidence. Top among the Erasmus students, as well as ranked no. 1 and no. 2 among international students in the world in 2015 and 2014, Finland’s education system provides proven results and global career opportunities

Ten fun facts about Finland. Fact 1: Finland has over 188000 lakes with 98000 islands. Fact 7: Donald Duck comics were banned in Finland because Donald Duck doesn’t wear pants

Ten fun facts about Finland. Fact 2: Finland have a wife carring championship. Fact 3: Mobile comapny Nokia was founded in Finland. Fact 4: Finland is the only country in the world which broadcasts news in Latin. Fact 7: Donald Duck comics were banned in Finland because Donald Duck doesn’t wear pants. Fact 8: Santa Claus has his office in the North of Finland. Fact 9: Finland is the seventh largest country in Europe, in terms of area.

Finland is a European country, situated in the northern part of the continent. Spread over an area of approximately 338,144 sq km (130,558 sq miles), it boasts the distinction of being the seventh largest country in Europe. Spread over an area of approximately 338,144 sq km (130,558 sq miles), it boasts the distinction of being the seventh largest country in Europe

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Finland is a Nordic country found in Northern Europe For a place that cold, they have some warm-hearted people

Finland is a Nordic country found in Northern Europe. It is not as well-known as its Scandinavian neighbours, but it has a colorful history and is full of culture. The country has some laws that are considered quirky, and others that make it seem the most sensible country in the world. So, there it is, proof that Finland is at times down right crazy, yet probably the best place to live ever. What's not to like? For a place that cold, they have some warm-hearted people. Check out these 14 fun and quirky facts about the Land of the Thousand Lakes. National Failure Day.