Finnish Lapland is as close as reality gets to those who dream of a winter wonderland. Contrasts are a key factor in the allure of Lapland where 24-hour sunlight in the summer replaces the dark winter days. The hustle and bustle of towns and ski resorts is just minutes away from the peace and quiet of the wild wilderness.
The geography of Finland is characterized by its northern position, its ubiquitous landscapes of intermingled boreal forests and lakes and its low population density. Finland can be divided into three areas: archipelagoes and coastal lowlands, a slightly higher central lake plateau and uplands to north and northeast. Finland is the northernmost country in the European Union.
Some facts about Finland:
Total area: 338,145 sq.km Coastline: 1250 km Forest covers 30 % of the land area.
Average temperature (Helsinki area): July is +17°C, in January – -5°C.
International relations: member of EU and Schengen area.
Population: 5, 4 million
Ethnic groups: Finns 93.4%, Swedes 5.6%, Russians 0.5%, Estonians 0.3%
Religion: Evangelical Lutheran 70,9 %, Russian Orthodox 1,1 %, In practice society is fairly secularized.
Currency: Euro (EUR)
Time zone: EET (UTC+2)
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