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In Finland the freedom to roam and related rights are called "jokamiehenoikeus" in Finnish and "allemansrätten" in Swedish, literally translated "every man's rights", similar to other Nordic countries.    Everyone may walk, ski or cycle freely in the countryside where this does not harm the natural environment or the landowner, except in gardens or in the immediate vicinity of people's homes (yards). Fields and plantations, which may easily be harmed, may usually not be crossed except in the…

In Finland the freedom to roam and related rights are called "jokamiehenoikeus" in Finnish and "allemansrätten" in Swedish, literally translated "every man's rights", similar to other Nordic countries. Everyone may walk, ski or cycle freely in the countryside where this does not harm the natural environment or the landowner, except in gardens or in the immediate vicinity of people's homes (yards). Fields and plantations, which may easily be harmed, may usually not be crossed except in the…

Finnish people live near by the pure nature..and we love to do picnics in the lake or seaside... there is water where ever you go...

Finnish people live near by the pure nature.and we love to do picnics in the lake or seaside.

http://cabinporn.com/post/18675176170/a-hut-for-hikers-near-the-salamajärvi-national

Cabin Porn

Cabins - cabinporn website is amazing. This cabin is in Finland.

Vaasa, Finland at Christmas Eve 2015 | Photo by Christian Nylund / yle.fi

The Gulf of Bothnia seen from Vaasa, Finland at Christmas Eve 2015

Illustration from Punch, the British humour magazine by E H Shepard, who was the illustrator of Winnie the Pooh. Published in 1940 depicting the Winter War.  If there was such a thing as a Finnish Viking, this one might do to defend against the invading Russians.

Illustration from Punch, the British humour magazine by E H Shepard, who was the illustrator of Winnie the Pooh. Published in 1940 depicting the Winter War. If there was such a thing as a Finnish Viking, this one might do to defend against the.

Finnish Culture Magnet Tile (Finnish Roots) - GermanGiftOutlet.com - 1

Finnish Culture Magnet Tile (Finnish Roots)

A unique gift for someone with European roots. This charming quality decorative magnetic tile features the saying: "I've Got Finnish Roots"! - Approximate Dimensions (Length x Width x Height):

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