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DNA OF LAKELAND

Taking a trip to Lakeland, the largest lake district in Europe, is like taking a trip into the heart of Finnish identity. Relaxing at a lakeside cottage is an essential part of our lifestyle.

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DNA OF LAPLAND

Contrasts are a key factor in the allure of Lapland, where 24-hour sunlight in the summer replaces the dark blue winter days.

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DNA OF ARCHIPELAGO

Finland’s coast boasts the world’s largest archipelago. In fact, there are far more islands than people. The constantly changing sea creates a unique sense of freedom.

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DNA OF HELSINKI

Helsinki, the capital of Finland, is a vibrant seaside city of beautiful islands and great green parks. The city’s rhythm is laid back yet refreshingly active at the same time.

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Finnish Extremes in Numbers1/11

500 000

summer cottages.

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188 000

lakes.

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Finns spend

79 days

a year at their summer cottages.

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Over

3 000 000

saunas. That's more than cars.

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179 000

islands.

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-51,5°C

the coldest temperature ever measured.

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+37,2°C

the warmest temperature ever measured.

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In the winter, the sun doesn’t
rise above the horizon for

52 days

in Lapland.

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In the summer, the midnight
sun doesn’t go down for

70 days.

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Over

70 %

of Finland is covered by forest.

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3400

metal bands.

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