What to see in Finland

What to see in Finland

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What to see in Finland

Have you ever dreamed of visiting the homeland of Santa Claus and the Snow Queen, seeing the northern lights and white nights? If your answer is "Yes", I suggest going on a short trip to one of the most amazing and fabulous countries - Finland. The homeland of Santa Claus attracts a huge number of tourists not only with a high standard of living, ideal highways and rich supermarkets, but also with natural heritage - mirror lakes, pristine nature and clean air. The beauty of a holiday in Finland is that when the leaves begin to turn yellow in Europe, here tourists are already skiing and snowboarding.

Santa Claus village. All over the world there is a popular belief that the birthplace of Santa Claus is in Lapland. For this reason, a residence for Yolupukka was built near the city of Rovaniemi. Near Santa's house, you can ride real reindeer and receive gifts from a magic fat man.

Cathedral of Turku. The incredibly beautiful Cathedral of Turku enchants with its ancient frescoes and stained glass windows from the late 17th and early 18th centuries. The tomb of the queen and other noble persons is treated with special honor in the cathedral. And if you are planning to visit mysterious and picturesque Germany.

Senate square. On the main square of Helsinki, which is called "Senate", you can see the monument to Alexander II, who gave the Finns autonomy. Also on the square are the main sights of the capital - the Cathedral, the National Library, the Presidential Palace, merchant mansions of the 18th century. Now there are souvenir shops, cafes and restaurants.
 
Amethyst Mine. Finland is home to the only active amethyst mine, Luosto. What pleases me is that the entrance to the mine is open to everyone. Everyone can go down into the depths of the earth and feel themselves in the role of an earner of jewelry. During the excursion, tourists can hear dozens of stories associated with amethyst.

Lake Saimaa. Lake Saimaa is not a simple body of water, it is a real labyrinth with islands, bays and channels. Dozens of Finnish villages are scattered along its coast, where you can book a house and spend time in harmony with nature. In addition, in Savonlinna on the shore of the lake you can walk around the medieval island castle, and in Linnansaari you can arrange a safari on the lake and watch the seals.

Ateneum Art Museum. The Ateneum is the country's main art museum. There are canvases by Finnish artists, as well as works by such masters as Isaac Levitan, Paul Cezanne, Ivan Shishkin, Edgar Degas, Marc Chagall, Vincent van Gogh and others.

Snowland. Snowland is a true ice city where everything, including the restaurant, nightclub and hotel, is made of clear ice.

Holidays in Finland will leave the most pleasant emotions about this fabulous and amazing country.

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