More than 70% of Finland is covered by forest.
Finland is known as the land of a thousand lakes, yet there are actually more than 180,000 thousand lakes in Finland.
Helsinki is the sixth most liveable city in Europe in 2018. The report compares living conditions in 140 cities across the categories stability, crime, education and access to healthcare. Globally, the Finnish capital is the 16th most liveable city. Source: …
“Facts about Finland” brochure in Czech
Finnish extreme arctic know-how in one episode. Video by Tekes featuring the Dudesons Watch on YouTube
Finnish forest Machine Rodeo. Some positive anarchy into Finnish innovations. Video by Tekes featuring the Dudesons Watch on YouTube
A brief glance into the most functional and fun country in the world, that looks for practical solutions and delivers innovations to both industries and to the everyday life of people
A brief glance into a society that values wellbeing and fresh air, pure water, green forests, clean energy and clean technology
General video of Finland presented through music
Video of Finland presented through Finnish facts
Finland is the most forested country in Europe. Forests account for as much as three quarters of Finland’s surface. And it is growing, thanks to our ecologically, socially and economically sustainable forestry. The forests are the Finns’ soul and bread. …
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