Finland is not as cold as people think (especially in the summer!) and who cares anyway when the
Finnish welcome is so warm. Dive in to the local culture and it won't be long before you are
an expert on which are the finest Finnish vodkas and where exactly the reindeers do live.
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This stadium is the largest in Finland. Nowadays is mainly used for hosting sports events and big concerts. Although it was supposed to host the 1940 Olympics, which were cancelled, it did hosted an edition of the Olympics after all, in 1952.
Originally designed by Carl Ludvig Engel, Senate Square is today used for many events including concerts and snow boarding.
The Helsinki Stadium was built for the 1940 Olympic Games but was never used because the Olympics were cancelled due to WW2.
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