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Sauna, a place where leave your troubles and sorrow behind, and get out purified and renewed - both physically and spiritually. That's the answer on the riddle why it's crucial in the Finnish culture: life has to get on but to do that heavy luggage has to be left behind | Sauna - Read as if you're Finn.

Sauna - Read as if you're Finn. I grew up listening to people speaking this way.

You know you're Finnish when 80C (180F) in sauna is chilly,  but 20C (70F) outside is freaking hot.

You know you're Finnish when in sauna is chilly, but outside is freaking hot. Yeah yestarday was like and i vent outside (yeah i really steped out of the house) it was so hot

Santatelevision video: Learn easy Finnish with Santa Claus in Lapland Finland - discover nice words in Finnish with Father Christmas at Arctic Circle

Santatelevision video: Learn easy Finnish with Santa Claus in Lapland Finland - discover nice words in Finnish with Father Christmas at Arctic Circle

Sauna rules...in a Finnish accent. ;-)  HA!  Read a humorous description at this site!  Here's part: "The Sauna (pronounced SOW-NAH), or "Really Hot Place Containing Naked People" is a Finnish invention that many nations (i.e. Russia) falsely claim to have invented (See liar). It was first invented in the year 1050 B.C (Before cookies)...Basically, the sauna is a room, with a stove covered in rocks, onto which you throw water...creates a mystical gas known as Löyly..."

Finnish sauna

The Sauna (pronounced SOW-NAH), or "Really Hot Place Containing Naked People" is a Finnish.

Sápmi, the land of the Sami .. the area the Sami call their land Sápmi and it is quite a large area; about the size of Sweden, but spread out over Sweden, Norway, Finland and Russian Kola Peninsula. The Sami inhabited the region long before the concept of national borders existed. Most experts agree that the Sami culture can be traced back to around 2000 to 2500 years.

Sápmi The Sami call their land Sápmi and it is quite a large area; about the size of Sweden, but spread out over Sweden, Norway, Finland and Russian Kola Peninsula. Most experts agree that the Sami culture can be traced back to around 2000 to 2500 years.

Sauna makkara-sauna sausage. When you take a break from the heat of the sauna, it's typical to have a drink and something to eat. People often grill sausages and eat them before going into the sauna for another round.

- usually grilled, roasted over coals or open fire, steamed (called höyrymakkara) or cooked on sauna heating stones.

Sauna Rules - as spoken in our native Finnish tongue

Sauna Rules - as spoken in our native Finnish tongue [Real life. Dempsey Sands Dempsey Sands-Lee Scroggins remember reading it over and over and over again every week?

Willkommen in Helsinki | Webfail - Fail Bilder und Fail Videos

Willkommen in Helsinki

A sign by the airport in Helsinki, Finland [x-post r/europe] : funny

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