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    Uudenvuoden tina ... Finnish lead pouring to make predictions for the new year

    Finland for Winter Sports – Vintagraph

    Top 10 New Year’s Traditions: Germany & Finland, Step 1: Melting the lead. Photo by mas_at

    Pulla.

    Finnish Midsummer bonfire

    Finnish illustration

    Finnish summer

    Avantouinti---Finnish for ice swimming

    New Year's Eve in Barcelona. Photo by Luisa

    Finnish birch forest

    finnish textiles

    London Eye fireworks for New Year's Eve. Photo by Natesh Ramasamy

    A sauna path, no matter is it summer or winter, after sauna to swim in the ice cold lake Finnish style.

    Milky Way and Finnish Forest

    Finnish is easy ;-)

    Happy New Year on the Las Vegas Strip. Photo by InSapphoWeTrust

    Finnish summer

    The reasons why I'm learning Finnish, and it's not why you might think!

    The Finnish pavilion at the 1900 World’s Fair in Paris. It was designed by the great Finnish architect Eliel Saarinen. The painter Akseli Gallen-Kallela made the frescoes in the entrance hall (destroyed at the end of exposure and partly repainted in the 1920s in the lobby of the National Museum in Helsinki). The pavilion, designed in true Finnish art nouveau style, was a plea for Finland then under Russian rule. It raised awareness of the aspirations of the Finnish people to independence.

    New Year's Eve fireworks over the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin. Photo by iStock

    New Years Eve in Helsinki, Finland.