Where does the story of the Sámi, Finland’s indigenous people, begin? Take a look at their origins and way of life.
Delve into the meanings of Finnish surnames, starting with the suffix –nen. And can Mr Wolf live beside the Littlepigs?
Once upon a time, New York had two Finnish neighbourhoods – Finntowns. We talk to a couple who used to live in one.
We visit the Finnish Language Office to see how new words enter Finnish – and how Finnish words travel the world.
We recount the tale of Finland's eastern border, which has been drawn and redrawn many times.
The banner showing "the blue of our lakes and the white snow of our winters" was made official shortly after independence in 1918.
As the Second World War wound down, Finland found its way out from between the superpowers.
Find out more about the Finnish national anthem, which was first sung in Swedish.