by Kathleen Cusack | Jul 26, 2018
The intricately carved castles that I came across in Lappeenranta are nothing short of amazing.
by Kathleen Cusack | Jul 4, 2018
The meticulous excavations, which began in October last year, have now uncovered the cellars and lower levels of two medieval houses as well as part of a street.
by Editorial Team | Jul 1, 2018
This year the organizers wanted to highlight the diversity of their LGBTIQ community and make room for voices often left unheard or silenced in the society.
by Editorial Team | Jun 12, 2018
Here are some of the highlights of the day.
by Editorial Team | Jun 11, 2018
This year, there will be a record number of Pride events arranged across the country.
by Editorial Team | Jun 6, 2018
The portrait has been moved to the museum from the Presidential Room of the Government Palace.
by Editorial Team | May 26, 2018
The title signifies the empty shell that remains when a person is forced to censure her- or himself when forced to move to another country due to discrimination.
by Tony Öhberg | May 16, 2018
Over 150 cherry trees are in full bloom.
by Editorial Team | May 10, 2018
The campaign also spotlights Finland’s position at the center of the global heavy metal community: Finland has more metal bands per capita than any other country.
by Tony Öhberg | May 4, 2018
100 Finnish artists contributed to the portrait.
by Emilee Jackson | Apr 26, 2018
Throughout eight thematic sections, Barbie’s evolution can be viewed over the past 59 years.
by Tony Öhberg | Apr 25, 2018
Prince Daniel of Sweden arrived to study the Finnish government's national program, Finnish Schools on the Move, that aims to increase physical activity among the children.
by Richard Bedhall | Apr 20, 2018
We visited the Helsinki Coffee Festival, which takes place over the weekend.
by Tony Öhberg | Apr 18, 2018
President Donald Trump's face stands tall at Narinkkatori.
by Tony Öhberg | Mar 29, 2018
The main prize includes an overnight in one of Clarion Hotel Helsinki’s suites.
by Tony Öhberg | Feb 23, 2018
A visit to this fine hotel taught us great things of the proud nation.
by Editorial Team | Feb 23, 2018
Lohja will host the world’s first Ice Carousel Festival and Ice Carousel Championships on February 23-24.
by Paulina Bouzas | Feb 20, 2018
A delayed train would lead to a lost flight at the Helsinki Airport. According to VR, they work daily to improve punctuality. But was that really true?
by Tony Öhberg | Feb 15, 2018
Chinese New Year celebrations took over the Helsinki center.
View the highlights of "penkkarit" in the Helsinki center.
by Paulina Bouzas | Feb 14, 2018
The main difference between celebrating a “friendship day” in Finland and in Mexico is perhaps that in Mexico friendship day is every day.
by Richard Bedhall | Feb 10, 2018
It’s important to know that asking for a rubber in Britain gets you an eraser but it’s a condom in the US.
by Richard Bedhall | Jan 23, 2018
The pandas may well be sleeping when on view in their new enclosure that opens to the public on February 17, 2018.
by Shashank Mane | Jan 11, 2018
Lower pay would allow immigrants greater opportunities to integrate, improve productivity and become employed, the economists say.
by Richard Bedhall | Jan 8, 2018
Overall a great inspirational and entertaining walk around the district of Kaartinkaupunki.
by Tony Öhberg | Jan 5, 2018
It's the end of Christmas time, and it affects the services and public transport.