Finland has Europe's largest archipelago off the southwest coast. A quarter of the country lies north of the Arctic Circle. Finland is the most heavily forested country in Europe. The country shares a border with Russia to the east, measuring 1,269 km. Its other neighbors are Sweden and Norway.
Surface Area 338,424 km² of which 10% is water, 70% forests and 6% farmland.
Dimensions 1,160 km from South to North, 540 km from West to East.
Coastline 1,100 km
Lakes and islands 187,888 lakes and 179,584 islands.
Largest lake Saimaa (4,400 km²)
Some of the highest fells Halti (1,328 m), Saana (1,029 m), Pallas (807 m).
The wilderness often starts at our back yard here in Finland. We live in connection with the nature and are familiar with it´s features. The wilderness inspires us and gives possibilities to create.
Maybe that´s the reason why Finnish productions are made with such a uniquely wild touch?