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Published: 00:46 am,Sunday 22 March 2020
A number of large Finnish foundations, the Ministry of Education and Culture, and Arts Promotion Centre Finland are working together to grant swift assistance to arts and culture professionals who have been hard hit by the coronavirus outbreak.
Funding totalling approximately EUR 1.5 million will be apportioned during April
Published: 01:43 am,Friday 20 March 2020
The City of Helsinki on Thursday decided to support shuttered cultural activities, continue school lunches, and stream entertainment following the stalemate situation in the fields due to coronavirus outbreak.
The city has decided to establish an express fund for people and organisations affected by the closure of culture and
Published: 21:56 pm,Wednesday 18 March 2020
The 65th Eurovision Song Contest scheduled for May 2020 in Rotterdam has been canceled due to the coronavirus crisis, Dutch national broadcaster NOS announced on Wednesday.
The first semi-final was scheduled for May 12, the second for May 14 and the grand final was planned for May 16
Published: 01:39 am,Friday 13 March 2020
The 80th anniversary of the end of the Winter War, scheduled to be celebrated at the Helsinki Cathedral on Friday , March 13 has been cancelled due of the coronavirus outbreak, said an official press release.
The memorial coffee for the public at Senate Square is also cancelled.
Published: 02:02 am,Thursday 12 March 2020
The 80th anniversary of the end of the Winter War will be observed in Helsinki Cathedral on Friday, March 13, said a press release of the City of Helsinki.
To commemorate the days, a national memorial service will be held at 10.00–10.30. The event will be attended by the
Published: 02:17 am,Monday 9 March 2020
The Ministry of the Interior recommends that the national flag be hoisted across the country on August 9 this year to celebrate Tove Jansson and Finnish art, said an official press release.
The Flag will be raised at 8.00 and lowered at 21.00.
Tove Jansson is an influential artist and
Published: 01:33 am,Saturday 29 February 2020
The annual remembrance day of the Finnish national epic Kalevala, also known as Finnish Culture Day, was observed in the country on Friday.
Kalevala was published in 1849 and is based on collection of folklore tales and poems by Elias Lonnrot, a philologist. Kalevala is deeply rooted in
Published: 00:13 am,Friday 21 February 2020
The 70th Berlin International Film Festival, or as it's more commonly known, the Berlinale, kicked off on Thursday with a literary drama "My Salinger Year".
A total of 18 films have made it into this year's competition category and they will compete for the Golden Bear for best
Published: 01:00 am,Wednesday 19 February 2020
Finns voted for a stamp featuring Holly Blue, Finland’s national butterfly, as the most beautiful stamp released in 2019, said a press release issued by the country’s postal and logistic services operator Posti.
The winning stamp was released last June in the Finnish Nature Symbols II roll of stamps,
Published: 21:20 pm,Thursday 13 February 2020
Helsinki Zoo has been granted a special permit to keep permanently a Saimaa ringed seal rescued from Puumala in the Saimaa region of Finland, said the City of Helsinki in a bulletin.
The young seal was first treated at Helsinki Zoo’s Wildlife Hospital. After recovery, the seal was moved
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