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Finland Webcams

Finland is well-covered with webcam views from the capital, Helsinki, to northerly Rovaniemi. You can even view Santa’s house and office on the Arctic Circle from our Finland Webcams! Around 5.3 million people reside in Finland, but it is so large that it is still the most sparsely populated country in the European Union. It has its own language, Finnish, and its currency is the euro.

If you live here you can enjoy one of the best qualities of life, but you need to be hardy as the winters are 7 months long and are frequently minus 20C – that’s a very cold minus 4F. Finland has thousands of lakes and islands and is mostly flat and covered with forests. The largest lake is Saimaa and it covers 1147 km2. It has 15,000 km of shoreline and flows into Europe’s largest lake, Lake Ladoga in Russia.

Loimaa - Market Square Cam new
Rovaniemi Town
Five webcams and six panoramic view of Rovaniemi Town.
Levi Webcam
Several excellent quality webcams in the Levi area
Helsinki - South Harbour
LumiLinnan Ice Castle, Kemi
The LumiLinnan Snow Castle (entrance beneath the red eyes and fiendish teeth)is a cartoon-themed SnowCastle at Kemi on the Gulf of Bothnia in Finland. It is the biggest snow fort in the world and has a wedding chapel and a honeymoon suite!
Weather Cam in Lapua City
WeatherCam and temperature in Lapua, Finland
Joensuu - Market Place Views
Webcams in Oulu
Pieksämäki - Market Place Webcam
Vaasa market place & traffic cam
Polvijärvi CityCam
Polvijärvi Street Views, updates every 10 seconds.
Harrström old fishing harbour
View of the old fishing harbour in Harrström. Camera facing northwest towards the sunset at summer nights.
Yllashumina webcam
Hotel Ylläshumina - webcam in the village of Äkäslompolo, Ylläs skiing area. Click 'YLLÄSHUMINA WEB-KAMERA' to access the webcam.
Sonkajärvi, Finland
Rutakon raitti - Sonkajärvi main street
Kinahmo Cam

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