Facts about FinlandFinland is one of the most developed countries of the world - energy, health, economic dynamism, education, political environment and quality of life.
Most developed countries in the world
Finland joined the list of world’s 30 most developed countries during the last century. A state-of the-art education system was one of the main reasons of this success.
Population: 5.5 million, 18.1 inhabitants per km²
Finland is a small country on a global scale. But even a small country can jump to the top of the world, and this is what Finland has done: in international country comparisons of positive things Finland is often among the top countries.
Geography, Natural resources and Climate
Finland is a country of forests, lakes and islands with total area of 338,435 km2. Finns like to call their forests Green Gold because they are its most important natural resource. Other resources include peat, fresh water resources and minerals.