Az előadások a következő témára: "History and culture of Finland. History Sweden lost it’s position as a great power in the 18th century and the pressure of Russia increased."— Előadás másolata:
History and culture of Finland
History Sweden lost it’s position as a great power in the 18th century and the pressure of Russia increased.
Finland became an autonomous Grand Duchy in the Russian Empire in 1809.
On 6 December 1917, the Parliament approved the Declaration of Independence.
Finland joined the European Union in 1995, and the Eurozone in 1999.
Curiosities - Traditions Sauna The traditional sauna is a wooden building where the bathers sit on benches splashing water on hot stones of a stove and gently beating themselves with leafy birch whisks.
Santa Claus The real Santa Claus lives in Finland, in Sápmi.
Mämmi is a traditional Finnish Easter dessert.
Linking points with Hungary Finnish and Hungarian languages are related languages belonging to the Finno-Ugric language family.
Twin towns Espoo – Esztergom Helsinki – Budapest Mikkeli – Békéscsaba Kajaani – Nyíregyháza Kemi- Székesfehérvár Kokkola – Hatvan Kuopio – Győr Lahti – Pécs
Oulu – Siófok Tampere – Miskolc Turku – Szeged Ylöjärvi – Balatonföldvár Jyväskylä - Debrecen