Live casinos that are available for residents of FINLAND

Finland players have many options for live casinos. Finland has two casinos, the very small Arkipelag Hotel & Casino in Mariehamn and the Grand Casino Helsinki, which is the larger of the two with a total area of 29,000 square feet (2,694 square meters). With 32 table games and more than 300 slot machines and video poker games, the Grand Casino Helsinki also contains a restaurant and has a regular entertainment schedule.

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Finland, located in Northern Europe, is a Nordic country bordered by Norway to the north, Sweden to the west and Russia to the east, with Estonia situated across the Gulf of Finland, to the south of the country. Finland, the least densely populated of European Union member states, covers an area of 130 thousand square miles (338 thousand sq. km.) and has a population of 9.4 million people, with more than 14% born outside of Sweden. Around one million of the country's inhabitants live in the Greater Helsinki area, Helsinki also being the country's capital and largest city.

Geographically, Finland is dominated by lakes, forests, fens, islands, glaciers and islands, with much of the landscape formed back in the Ice Age. The predominant rock is granite, which characterizes much of the country's scenery.

Finland has two official languages, Finnish (the native language of 90% of the country's population) and Swedish, which is spoken in some areas, including parts of the coast in the south and west of the country. Sami is the recognized language of northern Lapland, while other Nordic spoken languages, sign languages and dialects may be used in certain contexts.

The Finnish economy, which is the world's 12th richest by GDP, had close trade links with Russia during the Cold War, but since the 1980s, its economy has been freed-up considerably, especially in the areas of finance and banking. Finland is a leading producer of timber and paper products, electronics, vehicles, machinery and chemicals, and also has a significant agriculture industry. Exports are centered on manufacturing, with typical exports including cars, telecoms equipment and paper/forestry products.

While Finland shares much of its cuisine with Sweden, potatoes are a key element of the Finnish diet, along with fish, meat, rye breads, mushrooms and root vegetables such as the turnip, as well as berries, . Hot dogs (including deer meat) are also a popular food, together with
Typical desserts include cinnamon rolls, whipped porridge served with berries, and 'Kiisseli', a set dessert-crème that can be made with various berries (including raspberries, blackberries and blackcurrants).

In the field of culture, Finland flourished in literature over several centuries through folk poetry (particularly from the Karelian culture) and other traditional poetry, with several distinguished modern writers emerging during the last century following Finland's independence. Several Finns have been prolific designers and architects, including Eliel Saarinen, who designed (among other things) Helsinki's acclaimed central railway station and Alvar Aalto, an architect who is also renowned internationally for his furniture design, textiles and glassware. Finnish music has always had a strong tradition of folk music, with the people of the Karelian culture responsible for several songs based on myth and legend and the Sami people of the north being known for their spiritual songs. More recently, Finland has produced a number of international rock bands, including 1980s glam rock band Hanoi Rocks (fronted by Michael Monroe, who is still touring internationally with a band of musicians) and Finnish metal bands including HIM, Nightwish, Apocalyptica, The Rasmus and Children of Bodom.


Finland's heavy metal band Lordi won the Eurovision Song Contest in 2006.

Famous Finns (recent and current) include Formula One racing drivers Mika Häkkinen and Kimi Räikkönen, the creator of Internet Relay Chat (IRC) Jarkko Oikarinen, ice hockey player Sean Bergenheim (Florida Panthers) and the Hollywood director and producer Renny Harlin.