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Finland, officially the Republic of Finland is a country in Northern Europe bordering the Baltic Sea, Gulf of Bothnia, and Gulf of Finland, between Norway to the north, Sweden to the northwest, and Russia to the east. Finland is a Nordic country and is situated in the geographical region of Fennoscandia. The capital and by far the largest city is Helsinki.
Quick Facts
Capital Helsinki
Government Republic
Currency Euro (EUR)
Area 338,424 sq km
Population 5,517,887 ( 2018 estimate.)
Language Finnish
Callingcode +358
Tld .fi
Timezone UTC +2
Electricity 230V/50Hz (European plug)





Sunrise Kindergarten activities I came to Finland in September 2004 to manage Sunrise Kindergarten in Espoo, Finland. And I remember there were only 4 children. The kindergarten was on the brink of closing down. It had only one teacher who did almost everything there. During the first 4½ years, the school had a lot of ups and down, hardships and most especially lack of public support. ..→


Sunrise Kindergarten ( Finland - WWD) Our kindergarten has been in operation since 1996, for children from 2 to 6 years old. Close to the forest, the environment motivates the children to explore nature, find different forest animals and plants, go for hiking, and play creative games and many more! The school is open from 07:45 ..→


Master Unit and Land


Ananda Shyamala ( Finland) The Nuutajärvi Manor (Swedish Notsjö Gård) is a manor in Urjala, Pirkanmaa. The manor is located in the village of Nuutajärvi of the same name and in an urban area near the Nuutajärvi glass factory. The manor is surrounded by a large English-style park and leads to long birch trees towards the village of the glass factory.

In 2011, specialty doctor ..→



SSAC Helsinki ( Finland - ASD) Have you ever felt the exhilaration of being in tune with yourself and your environment during sports or in the outdoors? Do you enjoy sports no matter if your team wins or looses? Do you work on yourself to attain inner harmony and oneness? If the answer is yes, you have reached the right place.

We want to encourage “life education” to kids, ..→

Marga History

Finland: What is happening & Why


Finland’s schools ditch traditional classrooms for open-plan learning (November 2018, Finland) Welcome to the school which has ditched traditional classrooms in favour of open-plan learning. It’s part of a wider schools refurbishment programme in Finland that’s set to take place over the next 10 years, in order to improve building ..→


700 homeless youth in Helsinki (21 June 2017, Finland) Affordable housing is hard to find for young people and homelessness among under-25s is a growing concern, says Miki Mielonen, project manager for the youth department of the city council and founder of Homes that Fit. "Official figures suggest there are about 700 homeless people under 25 in Helsinki but the ..→