It’s easy to think that Christmas was made especially for Finland when you visit a traditional Christmas market (slideshow).
We look at one of Finland’s most inspiring celebrations: Independence Day (Dec 6). Say it in Finnish: Itsenäisyyspäivä.
Two teens continue their father’s legacy at a frozen yogurt shop in Helsinki. Their ideas are as fresh as their product.
A brief tour of the cherished customs and events that Finns associate with Christmas.
Olavinlinna, site of the Savonlinna Opera Festival, is Finland's most famous medieval castle, but others are hidden away across the country.
As the Second World War wound down, Finland found its way out from between the superpowers.
We recount how the buildings around Senate Square, including the landmark Lutheran Cathedral, got their start.
Universal suffrage has been Finnish law since 1906, when Finland became the first European country to recognise women's right to vote.
More than 100 years ago, the Finnish Parliament became the first in the world to allow women to run for office.