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Meet the Moomins

Moomin is probably the most known and adored Finnish icon, if not before, then right after Santa Claus.

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Restaurant Day

The Restaurant Day is a global phenomenon that sprouted from Finland in 2011 and keeps growing with more and more "street restaurants" taking part. Will you find the funniest instant restaurant of the day?

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Camping in the Finnish Archipelago

The world's largest archipelago, labyrinthine Archipelago Sea off Southwestern Finland, might just be the world's most beautiful setting for a low-budget camping holiday.

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Slow Food Finland

Long before the rise of the global Slow Food Movement in the 80s, Finns were promoting the importance of eating wild, natural and locally-produced foods. Join the Finns and go slow.

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Everyman's Rights - the right to roam

In Finland, nature is not only wild, it’s free. Finnish law states that anyone living in or visiting Finland has the right to roam the countryside, forage, fish with a line and rod, and enjoy the recreational use of natural areas, even on private property. We call this the "Everyman's Rights".

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8 ways to appreciate Finland

Sustainability is woven into the fabric of daily life in Finland - it is an integral element in everything from food and energy consumption to design and travel and the well-being of local communities.

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Meet the Moomins Restaurant Day Camping in the Finnish Archipelago Slow Food Finland Everyman's Rights - the right to roam 8 ways to appreciate Finland