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Located in Northern Finland, the Province of Lapland covers and area of 150,000 square miles, or one third of Finland's total area. The region lies mostly within the Arctic Circle. However its climate is relatively mild for its location. The average temperature in January is -15 C, while the temperature in July averages +14C. The temperature can drop to -40C in the winter and reach +30C in the summer.

Santa lives on a fell called Korvatunturi (Ear Mountain) in the municipality of Savukoski. Santa can´t live on the North Pole because there isn´t anything to eat for his reindeer there. But in Finnish Lapland a reindeer is a very common animal and it has a lot of food there. There are about 200 000 reindeer in Finland. Eagles, foxes, swans and wood grouse are other common animals. The spruce is the most common tree in Lapland. Wild cloudberry and Arctic bramble are the two most highly valued berries of Lapland. Lapland is a paradise for all nature lovers!

Lapland is home of the HOLY CRAP, SANTA! Tours, Santa and snowflakes.

There's not much to do there, but it's still better than Norway.
Where can you see Santa?
Only in Lapland.
Come to Lapland we've got Santa.
by yamato December 29, 2004
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The homeland of lapdancers
Dude, I just got back from Lapland, the lapdancers were peng yo!
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Home of lapdancing. Located in Northern Finland, the place where Santa lives.
I just came from a lapdancing joint in Lapland.
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home of the saami/laplanders. they are the indigidious/native peoples of northern europe. they heard raindeer in the north often (not being a stereotype), they wear very colorful things for only traditions. they usally wear just regular things at normal time. it is very cold in the winter/fall and cool/warm in the spring/summer. the exact countries they are from are russia, alaska, norway, sweden, and finland. mainly norway though. acually, the saamis dont like being called laplanders. they consider it a slur name for their ethnic group. it doesnt always snow there, but often it does. they did not first come from asia, you know. they all have asian in them, but came from present-day southern europe. those people later migrated to europe after handling a trip to asia. they are the eskimos/native peoples of norway/the rest of the saami regions.
i am part saami all that i have said was correct information with all evidence. my ancestors came to america somewhere around 195 from lapland.
by nice job June 17, 2007
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