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List of Finns

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List of Finns

This is a list of notable people from Finland. Finland is a Nordic country located in between Russia and Sweden.

Contents

  • Actors 1
  • Architects 2
  • Visual artists 3
  • Business people 4
  • Computer pioneers 5
  • Designers 6
  • Filmmakers 7
  • Musicians 8
    • Opera 8.1
    • Classical 8.2
    • Folk music 8.3
    • Electronic music 8.4
    • Metal 8.5
    • Other 8.6
      • A–M 8.6.1
      • N–Z 8.6.2
  • Philosophers 9
  • Politicians 10
  • Scientists 11
  • Soldiers 12
  • Sportspeople 13
    • Athletics 13.1
    • Football 13.2
    • Ice hockey 13.3
      • A–K 13.3.1
      • L–Q 13.3.2
      • R–Z 13.3.3
    • Motorsports 13.4
    • Winter sports 13.5
    • Other 13.6
  • Theologians, clergymen 14
  • Writers 15
  • Other notables 16
  • See also 17
  • References 18

Actors

Architects

Visual artists

Business people

Computer pioneers

Designers

Filmmakers

Musicians

Opera

Classical

Folk music

Electronic music

Metal

Other

A–M

N–Z

Philosophers

Politicians

Scientists

Soldiers

Sportspeople

Athletics

Football

Ice hockey

A–K

L–Q

R–Z

Motorsports

Winter sports

Other

Theologians, clergymen

Writers

Other notables

See also

References

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