Finland is an amazing country, but according to restaurateur, author and Helsinki native Marc Aulén, these 12 things could make it even better.
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Finnish Americans make up just a tiny slice of the American pie, at only 0.2% of the population. And yet, there are tons of talented celebrities and influential Americans who can claim Finnish heritage.…
Ancestral health Global cooling around the last modern ice age, 2.5 million years ago, meant early humans found fruits and vegetables scarcer to find and helped bring about the adaption of hunting and…
Mark Twain said, “The human race has only one really effective weapon and that is laughter.” Finnish vigilantes, Soldiers of Odin saw it in action Saturday.
Cool cartoon Finnish Nightmares is in the final of the SoMe Awards. To celebrate Karoliina Korhonen shared some fab facts with us about marvellous Matti.
When the sea freezes it sometimes creates a magical phenomenon called sea smoke. These Helsinki photographers captured that moment from ship and shore.
Finlandia University helps artists explore their Finnish heritage through art with the Contemporary Finnish American Artist Series.
Santa Claus has something of a dark past. The jolly and generous old man of Christmas that we all know and love wasn’t always so jolly—especially in Finland. The Santa who is most recognizable…
Photographer Miemo Penttinen's sci-fi inspired photography really is out of this world. Discover how he makes his incredible pictures and how you can too.
You can learn a lot with a little travel. What does living in Kathmandu, Nepal have to teach about the good and bad of living in Finland?
Sauna is a big part of Finnish identity, even in wartime. Finnish soldiers during WWII had a few spectacular sauna tricks up their sleeve.