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10 Reasons Which Makes Finland The Happiest Country In The World





We are known to coin terms such as the most beautiful country, the most powerful country. Countries which one should visit before they turn 60, so on and so forth. But we have never given priority to the most important thing ever and that is happiness. Very rarely do we acknowledge which country is the most happiest.
We at genmice today are bringing you a host of reasons, that why Finland is considered the most happiest country in the world.

The Land of 1000 lakes

The Land of 1000 lakes

This alone is a reason worth visiting Finland.
Popularly called as the land of thousand lakes, these appear owing to result of glaciation which happened around thousand years ago
The water from these lakes are so pure, one could consume it for free.

Best pizza in the world

Best pizza in the world

It all started when Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi remarked that he doesn't like Finnish food.
This did not go down well with people of the country.
And within a year, they produced a pizza which won the award for being the best pizza in the world.



Strange sports competitions

Strange sports competitions

Sports competitions in Finland are a totally different beast.
Apart from the more conventional ones, there are games like carrying your wife around, mobile throwing, playing air guitar and all random stuff.
Such sports evoke a wide passion, is the belief that this people carry.

Access to Internet

Access to Internet

In 2010, Finland became the first country to identify the access to Internet as a civil right.
They asked the broadband providers to provide access to net across the country, if they weren't doing it already.



A coffee loving country

A coffee loving country

Finland is known for its coffee consumption.
The nation consumes around 26.5 pounds of coffee annually.

Annual Failure Celebration Day

Annual Failure Celebration Day

This is a concept which is unheard of in other countries.
Finland has a warm place for failures too, they celebrate them every year on a chosen day

No man island

No man island

The Supershe island in Finland is famous for its no men policy.
The women feel liberated to explore this island with no men

Concept of free education

Concept of free education

Education in public institutions, both in schools and universities, is free for European Union citizens and education in this country is considered to be one of the best in the world.

Trash recycling

Trash recycling

99% of the municipal waste of the country is recycled. Around 90% of the plastic waste is recycled.
What is more praiseworthy is the fact that 100% of the glass waste is also recycled.



They spend a lot of time outdoors

They spend a lot of time outdoors

The reason why the Finnish love relaxing in the woods is owing to the forest cover in the country.
Which you believe it or not is a huge 70%





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