History and Geography of Finland
Currency and Government in Finland
Tourism and Cities in Finland
Language and Religion in Finland
The Finnish Flag
-The national symbol of Finland is a lion.
- On Palm Sunday (the week before Easter), children go around to people's houses dressed as Easter witches reciting charms and recieving money and sweets.
-Reindeer steak and salmon are traditional specialties.
-The national instrument of Finland is the kantele, which is a stringed instrument played by strumming or plucking.
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