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Sculptures of Helsinki #6

Lifting Power was unveiled in 1962 to commemorate 50 years of the Cable Factory, the statue is 4 meters high including the stone pedestal. Enjoy Lifting Power during winter and summer, notice the addition of the tie around his neck. 32 more words


Euro trip - Helsinki

Next stop Finland.

After ‘stalking’(according to Charmain) our tour guide for the day nicknamed ‘Die Rooikop’ (The redhead), we met up with the lovely Kathrin. 628 more words

Finland tests giving every citizen a universal basic income | Business News | News | The Independent

Finland is pushing ahead with a plan to test the effects of paying a basic income as it seeks to protect state finances and move more people into the labour market. 66 more words

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Fizz A Flip for Luonnotar the Water Mother

Today is the feast day of Luonnotar or Ilmatar the Finnish creator-goddess, who inspired the tone-poem by Sibelius.

 According to Finnish legend, in the beginning, there was only the Goddess Luonnotar. 363 more words


And the best workplace in Europe is in Finland ...

There is a ranking of the best workplaces in Europe, established by a research company called Great Place to Work®. And for the 1st time, a Finnish company is the European leader in the category “Best small and medium workplaces”. 6,001 more words