12 Strange Places Found In Finland Video

 
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From Santa Claus' chill spot, to bizarre sculpture gardens, these are 12 Strange Places Found in Finland !

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6. Moomin World
So if you come to Finland and you really aren’t too familiar with the Moomin Books written by the Swedish author Tove Jansson and stumbled upon this theme park, you might think you lost your mind! This wacky place, located in Naantali, Finland on an island, it’s not your average amusement park. It doesn’t have any rides, it’s just sort of a fantasy playground for kids. You’ll definitely come across some strange characters like Hemulen, like we see in this photo, this witch woman, or Sniff the dog. The main character seems to be this giant white hippopotamus thing which can be seen throughout the park. If any of our Finnish subscribers out there know what it is, please let us know in the comment section!

5. Kemi Snow Castle
Finland has so much so, that they can actually build a castle out of it! You’d only be able to see this one when the snow isn’t melted but each year its reconstructed and it’s make you think you’re walking into a fortress of ice! This can be found in Lapland, near the arctic circle, in a small coastal town called Kemi. It was first built in 1995 and it was such a hit, that they’ve continued the tradition ever since. It can even reach 30 feet high and have 20,000 square meters of interior space. Other artists will decorate the castle with beautiful ice sculptures

4. The Lapland Forests
While discovering the mysterious land of Lapland, you might begin to think you’re in some kind of real life Dr. Suess book but that’s not the case! The most Northern region of Lapland is well known for their cartoon like snow trees like we see in this photo. The harsh weather here, turns the trees from being green to completely white especially during winter. The mysterious beauty of these forests becomes an attraction for snow loving tourist. Residents in Finland enjoy very few regulations on where they are allowed to hike or camp! The trees here get this way from icy residue, when water droplets from fog, turn to ice. Due to its northern location in the arctic circle, you’ll find that it makes a beautiful location to witness the aurore borealis where the skies are painted with beautiful colors

3. Sami Parliament of Finland
After seeing the last one you must have thought to yourself that no one could really live that far north in such inhospitable climates, with snow just everywhere! We’ll think again. The Sami people are Europe's only indigenous people and they’ve been living here for over 10,000 years! They inhabit the most northern parts of Finland's neighbors as well. While some have adapted to modern technology and adopted Finish as their language, some still live a traditional lifestyle. This included a steady diet of reindeer meat and herding this animal! In order to add a little extra protein to their diet, they actually add reindeer tongue to their coffee! They’ve adapted to the harsh environment and rely on the reindeer’s fur to stay warm! Coming across a Sami settlement would be a pretty strange place if you’re able to find one and they certainly have more survival skills than you! One of their permanent buildings is their parliament, where leaders of this tribe pass laws.

2. Kakslauttanen
Feel like getting away for a little bit in one of the coldest places on earth? Might as do it in style at the Kakslauttanen Arctic Resort and get there, the cool way, by dogsled. Seems like the perfect place to chill right? These igloo like pods allow for a unique experience year round and allow you to stay somewhat warm while you’re checking out the northern lights! This is located just south of Finland’s northernmost fishing village, but right in the middle of the forest! From an aerial vantage point, it almost appears as though some UFO’s have landed are making a hideout in the isolated forests in Finland. You can also witness some of lapland’s crazy snow covered tree’s from the comfort of your bed!

1.Santa Claus Village
The entire time you thought Santa was actually living on the North Pole, this was actually a coverup for his true location! That’s right! In Finnish, he goes by the name Joulupukki, which literally translates to “Christmas goat”. Santa Claus actually lives in Finland and you can visit him, his elves and reindeer in Finland. Santa Claus village is located about 4 miles from Rovaniemi. In fact, when you were a kid and you sent a letter to Santa Claus, it actually ended up right here in Northern Finland at Santa’s main post office. Each year, over a half million letters arrive here. In case you need to get an ipad next year and want to put in your request early, here’s his address. Christmas in Finland is like no other place and if you come here, you’re sure to have a very holly jolly time!
Santa Claus' Main Post Office
Tähtikuja 1
96930 Arctic Circle, FINLAND
Duration: 08 Minute, 30 Second
Rating: 4.3 - Very Good
Definition: HD
Published: 9 Month Ago
Author: American Eye

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