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Mother Nature’s link with humankind feels stronger than ever in Finland. In this wild Nordic country, it’s traditional to jump into an icy lake and then bask in the heat of a sauna. It’s also a common practice to wrap your baby up in warm wool clothes and leave them outside for their nap. And whether you visit in winter to witness the Northern Lights or in June to celebrate Midsummer, there’s always something unique and intriguing to experience in Finland. Did we mention it’s also the home of Father Christmas?