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Most of the 5.4 million people, who live in Finland, are based in the southern region of the country. It is the eighth largest European country and is governed from a parliament based in the capitol city Helsinki. Finland was originally part of Sweden, and became autonomous Grand Dutchy in the Russian Empire and gained full independence in after the Russian revolution. It is one of the Nordic northern European countries.

Finland has one of the world’s highest ranking educational systems, and is also peaceful and economically competitive. Due to the high amount of forests, there is a lot of paper and timber processing factories. Sending parcels or documents to Finland is easy, as it is part of the European Union. It has a free trade agreement with other European Union member countries. This allows parcels to be imported into the country, without incurring any import or customs charges. It trades at 60% of its industrial output with European Union members.

The weather in Finland varies greatly according to the season. It is characterised by warm summer months and very cold freezing winter months. It is close enough to the Gulf Stream to be warmed by it. The winter typically lasts for roughly 100 days and is snow typically covers the landscape between November and April each year. In winter the temperature can fall to as low as -30 degrees. A quarter of Finland lies within the Arctic Circle and midnight sun can be seen more often the further north a person travels. Over 75% or over 4,000,000 of the population are members of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland, making it one of the largest churches in the world.

Finland is famous for its landscape of thousands of lakes, and sailing is one of the national past-times. There is a lot of tourism to Finland. They have grossed over 6.7 billion euros in 2005, with a 5% increase over the previous year. Much of this comes from increase cruises, throughout the Baltic region. Many tourists send their luggage and bags through us to save money on the cost of excess baggage from the airlines. There are a lot of winter sports played in Finland, with skiing and ice hockey two of the most popular. Finland has enjoyed a lot of success in the Olympic Games and has won more medals per capita than any other country in the history of the games.