35 Fascinating Facts About Finland

January 16, 2017
Comments (11)
  1. Poppa Steve says:

    #15, 1994 was a crazy year.

  2. Nathaniel says:

    Fact number 15 has a typo. Unless Finland and the USSR actually were still fighting a world war in 1994.

    1. John says:

      No typo, as you said, the ussr, the country that did not exist at that time was fighting a world war, which ended 60 years earlier, against finland.

      1. Taurus says:

        As a native finnish man I can confirm that we were not in war with USSR in 1994. But in 1994 we had another kind of disaster when MS Estonia sank and 853 people lost their lives: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MS_Estonia#Sinking

    2. Admin says:

      Right. It has been corrected.

  3. John says:

    Poorly written, I do hope that the writer was not native finnish person, if so, shame on you for leaving out the facts behind these “facts”

  4. abu says:

    1994? Not possible. U meant 1939 or 1944 right?

  5. Tommy says:

    This is not good at all 😡😡😡😖😖😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😡😖😖😖😖😖😖😟😖😡😡😡

  6. Taisto Leinonen says:

    As an amazing respect to Finnish women, read this:
    As a super-egalitarian country, Finland was the first country on our generally non-egalitarian globe to grant full female suffrage in 1906 (sorry, New Zealand, you were left in the semifinals after a good start):

  7. A school student says:

    Fact number two can a Finnish person stay up all night or do they have to go to sleep for a certain time.

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