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Finland also called Finnish

officially the Republic of Finland, is a Nordic country situated in the Fennoscandian region of northern EuropeSource: Wikipedia

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Ahven class minesweeper also called Finnish minesweeper Ahven

The Ahven class minesweepers was a series of six minesweepers of the Finnish NavySource: Wikipedia

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130 53 TK also called 130 TK is a Finnish stationary

The caliber is 130 mm. 130 53 TK is the main weapon of the Finnish coastal artillerySource: Wikipedia

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Mandatory Swedish also called Mandatory Finnish

Swedish is a mandatory school subject for Finnish-speaking pupils from the 7th through 9th grade (13/14 to 15/16-year-olds)Source: Wikipedia

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Lutheranism also called Finnish priests

a major branch of Western Christianity that identifies with the teachings of the sixteenth-century German reformer Martin LutherSource: Wikipedia

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Monarchy of Finland also called Finnish Royal Family

In 1742, following the Russian occupation of Finland in the Russo-Swedish War (1741–1743) and vague promises of making the country independent, the four estates gathered in Turku and decided to ask the Empress Elisabeth if the then Duke Peter of HoSource: Wikipedia

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Finnish mythology

that of the Finnish people, has many features shared with fellow Finnic Estonian mythology and its non-Finnic neighbours, the Balts and the ScandinaviansSource: Wikipedia

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Ingrian Finns also called Ingrian Finnish

were the Finnish rural peasant population of Ingria (now the central part of Leningrad Oblast)Source: Wikipedia

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Nuoli class motor gunboat also called Finnish motor gunboat Nuoli 1

The Nuoli class motor gunboats was a series of thirteen fast attack craft (gun) of the Finnish NavySource: Wikipedia

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Finnish gunboat Uusimaa

Uusimaa was a gun boat that served in the Finnish Navy during World War IISource: Wikipedia

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Finnish motor torpedo boat Hurja

The name Hurja ("Wild") have been used for several vessels of the Finnish NavySource: Wikipedia

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Finnish Meteorological Institute

has investigated air quality processes and air pollution prevention techniques since the early 1970sSource: Wikipedia

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East Finnish

culture and dialect are chiefly vested in the Savonians and the KareliansSource: Wikipedia

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Finnish passport

Aside from serving as proof of Finnish nationality, they facilitate the process of securing assistance from Finnish consular officials abroad or other EU-members in case a Finnish consular is absent, if neededSource: Wikipedia

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Finnish People's Democratic League

a Finnish political organisation with the aim of uniting those left of the Finnish Social Democratic PartySource: Wikipedia

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Moscow Armistice also called Finnish war reparations to the Soviet Union

Finland and the Soviet Union signed the Moscow Armistice on September 19, 1944, ending the Continuation WarSource: Wikipedia

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Finnish exonyms

Below is a list of Finnish language exonyms for the Ingria region of RussiaSource: Wikipedia

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Finnish Footballer of the Year

There are two different Finnish Player of the Year Awards in FinlandSource: Wikipedia

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Finnish Institute of Marine Research

a research institute founded in 1918 that is subordinate to the Ministry of Transport and CommunicationsSource: Wikipedia

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Finnish type amyloidosis

a form of amyloidosis associated with gelsolinSource: Wikipedia

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Finnish Border Guard

After the Second World War, the Border Guards were placed on all Finnish bordersSource: Wikipedia

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Breads of Finland also called Finnish rye bread

bread is a very important food, served with almost every meal with many different types produced domesticallySource: Wikipedia

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