Finland By: Kendal Mills

General Carl Gustaf Mannerheim led his White camp to victory in the civil war that broke out after the declaration of independence.

My topic is about Finland. Finland is about the geography, history, government, economy, environment, Finns, their lifestyle, religion and language, arts, leisure, festivals, and food.

Finland is the northernmost country on the European continent.

After the Ice Age 40,000 years ago, the country's first settlers who moved into the Gulf of Finland.

Finland is important because Finland is one of the prettiest northernly countries. The bedrock beneath Finland is one of the oldest. Finland also has more lakes than any other countries. The Stone Age, The Bronze Age, and The Iron Age occupied along the coast of Finland. People should care about Finland because Finland's history is fascinating. Finland's government was independent nation compared to other European countries. Finland gets 4.5 million visitors in 2005. Finland was ranked first in the world in environment. Finns are seem to have blue/ bluish-grey eyes, fair skin and blonde hair. But there is dark-haired and dark eyed Finns as well. Finland's food is a variety of Russian and Swedish . The recipes are passed down from generation to generation.

Finland is a very interesting place. I've learned that Finland is one of the prettiest places in the Northerly countries. I've also learned that Finland is a land of thousands of lakes, and islands as well as acres of untouched forest.

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