Lapland (Finnish: Lappi; Northern Sami: Sápmi; Swedish: Lappland, Latin: Lapponia, Russian: Лапландия, Laplandiya) is the largest and northernmost region of Finland. The municipalities in the region cooperate in a Regional Council.
The blue light of twilight, metres and metres of snow, and extreme frost – this is what the heart of winter is made of. In January, when the sun finally rises after its long retreat, the days quickly grow longer.
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Oct 05, 2012 · Answer 1 of 6: We are planning our trip to Scandinavia for May 2013. Coming from West Norway we plan to go from Trondheim to Umea and then cross to Vaasa to follow through Finland. We have to balance time and costs. Is it worth to go up to Rovaniemi or we can have
Finland is committed to support Kenya in its transition towards a democratic, responsible and equitable society. Kenya is Finland’s only long-term partner country in Africa that is not a least-developed country.
Nov 27, 2007 · Lets not forget we are going to Finland, and to be more precise, Lapland, where apart from tourism, Rendeer herding is their biggest business. For century’s these people have been doing the same thing.
Lapland is the Wild North of Finland. Outside cities wilderness – with half-wild reindeer – is everywhere. Even by the roads the distances between villages are long and villages on the map may be home only to a few families, some even uninhabited part of the year.
What is the best time to visit Lapland and Kakslauttanen? All the seasons have their special flavor. The magical Midnight Sun in the summer, the magnificent autumn colours Ruska in the autumn and blazingly white snow under Aurora Borealis and Kaamos light performance in the winter. All the seasons are so different, so why not experience …
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