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Summer day in Suomenlinna January 24, 2010

Posted by Kaisu in Helsinki.

Have you ever thought to visit Finland? Don’t you know what to do or where to go? Here is a one good piece of advice what you can do. It doesn’t matter whether summer or winter, you can visit Suomenlinna. Especially in the summer a historical maritime fortress is the most beautiful place in Helsinki. (more…)


WINTER IN HELSINKI January 24, 2010

Posted by KAJANNE in Helsinki, Weather.

This winter has been the coldest for the past few years. It has been freezing cold even here in Helsinki. We aren’t used to live in this low temperatures here in south. It has snowed too. It’s nice when the ground is covered with a few centimetres of snow, but it has snown much more then that. It’s not suprising that Finns are so depressed because of the dark and depressing winter season. And every time it snows more than was expected, Helsinki turns into a chaos. Buses are always delayed and nothing works on schedule.


Helsinki and its culture January 24, 2010

Posted by Santtu in Helsinki.

Helsinki is the capital of Finland and also the largest city in Finland. Its cultural varieties are admired all over the country.


Something for everyone January 17, 2010

Posted by Taru in Helsinki, Nature.

It’s pretty hard to think of something cool to say about Finland when you live here yourself. What would foreigners find interesting? Probably one of the first things to come to mind about our country is the nature. We do have 187,888 lakes after all. But speaking as someone who lives in our capital Helsinki, nature isn’t really that close to my life.