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  1. Welcome to the Museum of Finland Museum Entrance Finnish Flag Culture History Currency Location Curator’s Offices

  2. Curator’s Office Kyle Kissinger Having been a curator since 5:00 pm earlier today in Mrs. Anderson’s class, Kyle has sought to piece this museum together as quickly and efficiently as possible so that he can leave and grab some dinner before starving to death. Though curating museums is one of his hobbies, his true goal is to become an English secondary ed. Teacher. Place your picture here. Contact me at [Your linked email address] Return to Entry Note: Virtual museums were first introduced by educators at Keith Valley Middle School in Horsham, Pennsylvania. This template was designed by Dr. Christy Keeler. View the Educational Virtual Museums website for more information on this instructional technique.

  3. Location Room 1 Return to Entry

  4. Culture Room 2 Return to Entry

  5. History Room 3 Return to Entry

  6. Currency Room 4 Return to Entry

  7. Location Finland is located in the Fennoscandian region of Northern Europe. Return to Exhibit

  8. Culture Finland is known for its unique clash of architectural styles and musical diversity. The people of Finland are known to be quiet, but also warm and welcoming. Return to Exhibit

  9. History The area now known as Finland was, in the 12th century, a territory divided between Sweden, Russia, and Russia. However, it was not Until December 6th, 1917 that Finland gained independence. Return to Exhibit

  10. Currency Until 2002, the Finnish markka was Finland’s national currency. However, the country adopted the Euro, but citizens still in Possession of markka can exchange them for euros in any bank. Return to Exhibit

  11. Finnish Flag Finland gained their own flag when they gained independence. The white on the flag represents the snowy landscape of the country, while the blue cross represents the blue skies and many blue lakes. Return to Exhibit