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Aland Archipelago

Glorious Åland Archipelago is a geopolitical anomaly: it is Finnish owned and Swedish speaking, but it has its own parliament, flies its own blue, gold, and red flag, issues its…

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Helsinki

Finland’s capital since 1812, Helsinki is called the “White City of the North,” a reference to the gleaming white Neoclassical buildings commissioned by its Russian rulers in the 19th century.…

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Karelia

If you’re looking for wilderness, powerful history, and even the Finnish soul, your search starts here. Densely forested and gloriously remote, the region is a paradise for nature lovers. Bears,…

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Lakeland

Most of Finland could be dubbed lake land, but around here it seems there’s more aqua than terra firma. Reflecting the sky and forests as clearly as a mirror, the…

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Lapland

Lapland casts a powerful spell. There's something lonely and intangible here that makes it magical. The midnight sun, the Sámi peoples, the aurora borealis (Northern Lights), and roaming reindeer are…

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Oulo, Kainuu & Koillismaa

Stretching across Finland’s from the Gulf of Bothnia to the long Russian border, this broad swath of territory takes in both Oulu's technology sector and brown bears patrolling the eastern…

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Tampere, Pirkanmaa & Häme

Modern cities and traditional settlements exist side by side in this historically replete region. Here, you can explore Finland’s rural past at ancient wooden churches, learn about its unsettled history…

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Turku & the South Coast

Anchoring the country's southwest is Finland's former capital, Turku. This striking seafaring city stretches along the broad Aurajoki from its Gothic cathedral to its medieval castle and vibrant harbor. Turku…

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West Coast

Stretching for more than 300 miles, Finland's west coast harbors a cache of historic wooden towns such as Jakobstad, Kokkola and UNESCO-protected Rauma, founded at the height of the Swedish…

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