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The most important Finnish industrial products are paper , and steel products such as machines and electronics. Nokia the mobile company is originally a company of Finland, named after a small town called Nokia.
Finland has been top of the list of least corrupt countries on the Corruption Perceptions Index more times than any other country.
The people of Finland are called Finns. Most Finns speak Finnish as their mother tongue. About six percent of Finns have the Swedish language as their mother tongue.
Finns also study mandatory English and Swedish in school. Most Finns work either in services that is: Finns often like saunas and nature.
Many Finnish families have summer cottages , small houses where they go to relax on their summer holidays. The most important festivals that Finnish people celebrate are Midsummer and Christmas.
The most popular sports in Finland are ice hockey , skiing , track and field and association football soccer.
Finns have also won events in swimming , motor sports and gymnastics. There is a group of a few thousand Samis also called Lapps in the most northern part of Finland, called Lapland.
Most of the Samis live in Norway and Sweden. Many Sami people farm reindeers. Originally Samis were hunter-gatherers. In the past the Sami were nomads , but nowadays they live in regular houses.
Very few people in Finland are from other countries. Most of Finland is covered by pine forest. The swan , which was considered holy long ago, is the national bird of Finland.
Wood is the most important natural resource of Finland. It is estimated that up to one-third of all wood resources of the European Union are in Finland.
The national animal of Finland is the brown bear. The largest animal is the elk , a type of moose, which is a member of the deer family. There are hundreds of rivers and thousands of fresh water lakes.
Fishing is a popular sport. It is estimated there are almost , lakes in Finland. Many islands in the Baltic Sea belong to Finland, too.
Tourists from all over the world come to see the fells and the northern lights in Lapland. The highest mountain of Finland is Halti, which is meters high.
The largest lake is Saimaa, 4, square kilometres. The longest river of Finland is Tornionjoki. The largest river by watershed is Kemijoki, kilometres long.
The weather in Finland varies widely by season. Autumns are dark and rainy. Spring can be erratic, and the weather can change from frost to sunshine within a matter of days.
The famed Northern Lights are common in Lapland. People first came to Finland 10, years ago. That was just after an ice age , after a glacier that covered the ground had receded.
Some think the first people in Finland already spoke a language similar to the Finnish language that is spoken today.
It is known that an early form of the Finnish language was spoken in Finland in the Iron Age. The Iron Age in Finland was 2,— years ago.
The first residents in Finland hunted animals, as " hunter-gatherers ". Some people started to farm crops about 5, years ago.
Farming slowly became more and more popular and became the major way of life until the modern age. The ancient Finns were pagans.
The most important god of the Finnish pantheon was Ukko. He was a god of sky and thunder , much like Odin , another Scandinavian god-king.
Around a thousand years ago, when most of Europe was adopting Christianity, Finland also began following Christianity. During the Reformation of Christianity in the 16th century, most Finns became Protestants.
Some pagan practices still remain amongst the now Christian Finns, such as bear worship. From the Middle Ages Finland was a part of Sweden.
Then, in the year , Russia took Finland from Sweden. Finland was a part of Russia, but after a short period of time it became autonomous.
The Finns essentially controlled Finland, though the Tsar was in control officially. Finns could create their own laws and had their own currency, called the markka , their own stamps and own customs.
However, Finland did not have its own army. The Red Guards were formed. The Finnish Red Guards supported the Sveaborg Rebellion with a general strike, but the mutiny was quelled by loyal troops and ships of the Baltic Fleet within 60 hours.
On 6 December , Finland became independent, which meant that it no longer was a part of Russia. There was a communist revolution in Russia and after Russia was a part of the Soviet Union.
There were communists in Finland too, who tried to create a revolution in Finland. This attempt at revolution caused the Finnish civil war.
The communists lost the civil war, and Finland did not change its old capitalist system. Stalin , who was the leader of the Soviet Union, did not like having a capitalist country as its neighbour.
Stalin wanted Finland to become a communist state and be a part of the Soviet Union. The leaders of Finland refused: The Soviet Union sent many troops across the eastern border of Finland to try to make Finland join them, which resulted in the Winter War.
The Soviet Union eventually won, and took most of Karelia and other parts of Finland.