capital of Finland

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the capital and largest city of Finland

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The conference, originally planned to take place in Helsinki, capital of Finland, late this month as agreed by the 2010 NPT Review Conference, was called off by the United States on November 23.
HELSINKI is the capital of Finland and offers a relaxed and laid-back vibe, the ideal place for chilling out for a few hours.
Next port is Helsinki, the attractive capital of Finland, which also offers great cultural stimulus in its museums and galleries, alongside tempting street cafes and bars.
Helsinki, the capital of Finland, is now filled with design.
He is trained in the Kaustinen tradition, which originated in the fiddle capital of Finland.
The capital of Finland has now been chosen as "World Design Capital 2012" by the International Council of Societies of Industrial Design, said Peltonen, adding the Finnish capital has become increasingly more multicultural.
I loved using the running machine watching the fiords go past as we sailed out of Oslo, or the little islands of the archipelago as we steamed in to Turku, the pretty former capital of Finland.
The Birmingham Wholesale Traders Association found that other cities, particularly the capital of Finland Helsinki, are envious of their set-up at the international wholesalers' conference in Shenzen, China.
One lucky reader will win a three-night trip for a family of four to the capital of Finland.
By the eighteenth century, this small town near Turku, the old Swedish capital of Finland, was already a recognized resort.
That honour now befalls Helsinki, capital of Finland since 1812, which today will become the only city in the world to have hosted the world athletics championships twice.
A number of Finnish farmers have reportedly taken part in a demonstration by the Central Union of Agricultural Producers and Forest Owners (MTK) in Helsinki, the capital of Finland.