Seventy years after the Winter War began, a new generation of Finnish historians offers fresh perspectives.
Our photographer discovers new ways to see Helsinki when he revisits locations immortalised 100 years ago by the renowned I.K. Inha.
Philosopher, scholar, journalist and politician Johan Vilhelm Snellman played a uniquely important role in forming the Finnish national identity.
Mannerheim, Finland's most famous military leader, helped his countrymen earn "their own independent lives within the family of free peoples."
A pioneering research project aims to shed light on parchment fragments that represent Finland's literary culture during the Middle Ages.
We recount the tale of Finland's eastern border, which has been drawn and redrawn many times.
As the Second World War wound down, Finland found its way out from between the superpowers.
We recount how the buildings around Senate Square, including the landmark Lutheran Cathedral, got their start.