Finland BY Anthony Guerrero

Physical Characteristic

IN Finland they have many amazing places like Halti use to be the border between Norway and Finland now it's a big rock.Finland is in the temperate zone 23.5 longitude and 66.5 latitude.

Population

In Finland there are 5,268,799 people most of them live in 5 major city's.

Helsinki is one of the most populated city's in Finland housing 558,457.

Espoo is another city that is populated with 256,760 people.

Tamere is also one of the most populated city's Finland with 202,687 people living in the area.

Vantaa is the 4th major city in Finland carry's 190,058 .

Turke is the 5th largest city in Finland having 175,945.

Economics

Finland is a developed country it's GDP per capita is 35,900 dollars it's life expectancy is 79.69 which means they live a long time.It's literacy rate is at 100% which means they get good education.

Culture

In Finland they mostly speak Finnish.The main religion is Christianity

Location

Finland is located in northern Europe in Scandinavia. Finland is in the northern and eastern hemispheres.

Cites

Britannica

The world HD

Safari

Credits:

Created with images by Free Grunge Textures - www.freestock.ca - "Finland Grunge Flag" • ADD - "south africa western cape hawston" • cfaobam - "Polarlicht-Reise 2013 - Tag05 - Halti-Safari - 011" • Miguel Virkkunen Carvalho - "Late Hours In Porvoo" • mjmalone - "Lots of People" • anneileino - "helsinki city finnish" • Jorge Lascar - "Helsingin rautatieasema (Helsinki Central railway station)" • Jorge Franganillo - "Tampere" • anneileino - "workman crane vantaa" • bsulunhat - "turkey turkish turk" • Rincewind42 - "A church of snow, Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival" • Quad Dimensional Pictures - "Hei Finland" • Miguel Virkkunen Carvalho - "Winterland Boulevard"

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