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Waiting for the winter

The new winter-themed postcards have arrived! We recently got them printed, and now you can see them in the gallery.

The snowy landscapes of the cards make us wish for some real snow outside. There has been more than enough autumn rain in Finland. We got our first snow of the year here in Finland, but it soon melted away and now the dark wet autumn goes on.

You can find autumn in our Unesco-card, which features Sammallahdenmäki. Our other Unesco card shows the Old Rauma with its wooden houses in the evening dusk.

Our new cards have lots of winter topics, for example the cards Winter light, Old Faithful, Ice Fishing and Cold winter day show the Finnish winter at its best. We have also black and white winter cards, Snow on the bikes and Traces of movement.

The northern lights are also a part of the dark Finnish winter. Our aurora cards were made of Pekka Koski’s fine photographs (he’s a Finnish photographer from Rovaniemi). My favourite is the one that shows aurora borealis alongside with full moon.

The cooperation with Johannes Sipponen brought us new cards with Finnish polar bears in them. Yes, we do have polar bears in Finland! It’s not surprising that the polar bear mother Venus and her cub Ranzo are the most popular residents of the Ranua Zoo.

We have some nostalgic cards as well, a card about our old coins (replaced by Euros) and a girl in traditional folk costume (one of our favourite cards) . We also have new animal cards, some quotations… and also of course the Sisu Suomi map card, made of words, and the Christmas Card! 😀

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Have a nice winter!