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Finnish Lakeland

A large part of the southern half of Finland consists of the Finnish Lakeland while northern Finland consist mostly of Lapland. The Finnish Lakeland area is roughly 400km across and dominated by green forests and sparkling blue lakes.

Finland is the most sparcely populated country in Europe with an average of 16 people per square-km. Most people in Finland (70%) live in cities and suburban areas which however only cover 5% of the Finlands land area. The rest of the country is very sparcely populated.

While Finland has the most forests in all of Europe, the Finnish Lakeland area is even greener and has the most forests in all of Finland. It also has thousands of lakes containing again thousands of small islands. In the Finnish Lakeland you can breathe the cleanest air in the world. The perfect place to relax and enjoy pure nature.