Just an evening walk in a small village in northeastern Korsholm, 25 km from Vaasa.
One of the easternmost sights in all Finland, a classic ironworks site only 3 km from the modern Russian border. Established in 1849, converted into a sawmill in 1907 and operated until the 1970s. A great museum and a nice quiet remote corner of North Karelia.
The "true" northernmost point of Europe in North Norway, a cape jutting 1.5 km farther north than the famous Nordkapp (North Cape), quite close to it but requiring a 9.5 km hike in one direction through spectacular Arctic wilderness.
A town of about 5300 in Central Ostrobothnia, notable for Lestijoki valley views and being the birthplace of Oskari Tokoi, the first Social Democrat prime minister in the world.
A small town in North Karelia, at the northern end of the great Pielinen lake. Famous for being one of the very few old wooden towns inland, away from the coast, and for some memories of Orthodox Karelia, including Bomba, the famous copy of a huge Karelian house.
The longest forestry narrow-gauge railway in the history of Finland, up to 68 km at its longest, in inland Central Ostrobothnia. Operated in 1920-1961 and dismantled long ago, but even now some traces of it survive, including the original track bed and even two small museum trains (non-moving).
A great example of a traditional Finnish border stone, from 1819, originally at the border of Lohtaja and Viitasaari parishes, and now Lestijärvi and Kinnula municipalities.
The village of Inari in Upper Lapland, the center of Sámi culture in Finland on the shores of the great Inarijärvi lake, and Inari Hiking Area surrounding it, with some Fell Lapland nature that could be seen already fairly close to the village.
The biggest battle of the Finnish War of 1808-1809, which decided the outcome of the war (entire Finland to be ceded from Sweden to Russia), and monuments and sights related to the battle in the town of Oravais.
A minor industrial town in Central Finland, rather young and mostly lacking major sights. There is some nice-looking paper industry in the twin town of Jämsänkoski; nearby is the Himos ski resort. A niced quiet place nonetheless.
One of the most impressive fell ravines in Lapland, with its walls up to 220 meters high, and a small waterfall where Sami people were baptized centuries ago at the end of it. Quite easily accessible too.
The biggest nature destination in Seinäjoki, a rather big and very beautiful bog immediately north of the city.
An industrial dam at a former major waterfall, mentioned even in Kalevala, in a small industrial town. A few times a year floodgates are opened and the waterfall briefly looks almost the same as in the old days.
A small and fairly ordinary town in the east of Satakunta region.
Railway station on the Hyvinkää-Karis line, long in use only by freight traffic, and a museum train from Hyvinkää visiting there.
A very beautiful fell massif in Sompio Strict Nature Reserve, close by the first Sami village of Finland on the way to the north.
A section of a large hiking route in Kangasala near Tampere (and the person after whom the route is named).
A beutiful free-flowing waterfall, rare for South Finland.
Old Tavastian church village with some preserved older streets and houses.
Funny flea market owned by some religious organization in Hauho village
Medieval, 16th century stone churches near Hämeenlinna.
A private memorial to all the war casualties of Finland.
One of the first reinforced concrete bridges in Finland, from 1916
An art object village, built in the middle of a bog by one man.