All Saints’ Day in Finland is a Christian memorial day for saints, martyrs and all those who have died. In Finland, the date falls to the first Sunday of November (or if the last day of October is Sunday, then it’s that). It’s a day of remembrance. Many people also visit the graveyard to light candles to the graves. There’s usually a single memorial for people who are buried elsewhere, and it has lots of candles. The memorial you can see in the card picture has small plaques with the names of the people who have been cremated and the ashes distributed in the memorial grounds.