What started as a small store that sold mugs and T-shirts to a few fans quickly became a one-stop-shop for an international audience. Today, visitors can buy everything from kids and baby clothes to books, home accessories, socks, bags, phone covers, face masks and much more
The Finns penchant for salmon, oats and berries may be the reason they live to the seasoned age of 84. Of course, not all Finnish food is excellent for your health. But it’s great for your taste buds.
They’re famously Finnish and have been the candy of choice for many Finns for over a century. Yet many people don’t even consider them to be a sweet. We’re are, of course, talking about salmiakki, known in English as salty licorice.
The Finnish are famous for displaying as many feelings as an introverted Buddist monk, making it hard for visitors to know what makes them happy. With this in mind, we’ve put together five foolproof ways to make a Finnish person so full of glee that they may even show it.