Featuring meatballs, karjalanpiirakka, and smörgåsbords.
Let’s stop by IKEA for some meatballs and beer!
Did I mention it’s FREE and a gift from their government?! BRB moving to Finland.
Is there anything better than a sauna?
They sound weird but taste amazing.
And they’re modelled by some seriously glam women.
Rovio Entertainment’s Angry Bird franchise is coming to preschool and kindergarten classrooms around the world.
They’re being released later this year, to general awe.
Mother Nature is alive and well. These beautiful parks were recommended by Quora users.
Female hockey players make significantly less money than men. Finland’s goalie, Noora Räty, says she will be forced into retirement if she can’t play on a professional competitive team.
Cheeky trip to IKEA, anyone?
Sometimes you just HAVE to knit.
BRB, booking tickets to Helsinki.
That’s what happens in subzero temperatures. Via Niccoló Bonfadini.
You won’t find anywhere more beautiful at this time of year.
A Finnish kayaker came to the rescue of an injured owl he found floating in a lake, then took a really great picture.
Inspiration overload. All images courtesy of Helsinki-based blog Hel Looks.
Minnie is a 4-year-old Russian blue cat who lives in Finland. She’ll break your heart with how beautiful her eyes are.
Having A Face brings the countryside to life.
They have so much to teach us.
Some, however, may be turned on by it. New, via Sweden.
“I only want to live in peace and plant
potatoes and dream!” The magical Moominvalley of Tove Jansson’s imagination contains all you need to know for life.
Finnish dance-pop powerhouse Bogart Co. win a lifetime supply of mousse.
Imagine looking up at the Northern Lights from a cozy hotel room 250 km above the Arctic Circle.
For a child, monsters can be real.
Okay, not exactly a bird, but bird-ish. Terry Richardson shot these photos of her in Finland.
The world’s first Angry Birds-themed amusement park recently opened in Finland. Here’s a look inside the park, which features 12 rides, an adventure course, games, and places to eat.
It’s like “Miller Time”, except for smart people.
Breakfast found rising in gorge. A gentleman in Finland was reportedly rather tympääntynyt (Finnish for “grossed the eff out”) when he discovered this little bugger wriggling around in his hamburger. Yes, it was alive. Yes, he took pictures. Yes, he got a refund, according to the report from a Finnish TV and radio outlet. No, I haven’t the foggiest what kind of weird Hollandaise-slathered McBurger that is.