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Christmas in Finland By Marcus and Evan. To say M erry Christmas in Finland is Hyvaa Joulua!. In Finland they speak Swedish. The population in Finland is 5,448,025.Thats a lot. The average in December is 3 faranhight. .

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Christmas in Finland

By Marcus and Evan

To say Merry Christmas in Finland isHyvaa Joulua!

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In Finland they speak Swedish

The population in Finland is 5,448,025.Thats a lot. The average in December is 3 faranhight.

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Some celebrations are they give out cookies and milk. They also celebrate the coming of Jesus! Christmas takes place on December 24th.They give the cookies to Santa Clause. They put up mangers when Jesus is coming.

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Some important characters are Santa, elf, reindeer, and Jesus! They call Santa Clause, Santa Clause. They call the reindeer, reindeer in their language. They are important because they are the main thing of the celebration.

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Some of the gifts in Finland that they give out are umbrellas, scarves pens, and bags. The children get the most presents.

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Food that they celebrate in Finland. They ate salted salmon, pasty, liver casserole, potato casserole, glogg, , Christmas tarts, Ginger cookies, cinnamon buns, Finnish doughnuts, and strawberry snow.

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Other interesting info. For Finland

People gather to listen to the annual proclamation of Christmas peace in Turku. On the balcony of Brinkkala house, the town clerk reads the proclamation to the assembled crowd.

The Brinkkala house right here.