Explore The UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Finland

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Finland is home to seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites. One of these is a natural site, while the other six are cultural attractions.


The High Coast is a landscape mosaic with a mixture of manmade and natural elements.

High Coast 

The Struve Geodetic Arc 

The arc's 34 original station points are located in Norway, Sweden, Finland, and Russia. 

Located along the northern Kymi River, it is part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  

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The town of Old Rauma, Finland, is a popular travel destination for tourists and Finns alike.


Old Rauma

The Fortress of Suomenlinna

The sea fortress of Suomenlinna is a beautiful 18th-century site, now a nature area.

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