Finland Independence Day is celebrated on December 6 to commemorate the declaration of Finland’s independence from Russia in 1917. The day is marked with a public holiday and various events and activities, such as parades, speeches, concerts, and fireworks. The independence of Finland was the result of a long struggle and the sacrifices of many people, and the day is an opportunity to celebrate the country’s history, culture, and achievements.
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— Finnish Government (@FinGovernment) December 6, 2022