Extending along the Russian border, Wild Taigas thick forests, hills and rivers are home to some of Europes rarest species, including moose, wolverines, wolves and bears. But its not just for nature lovers; as one of Finlands earliest inhabited regions, Wild Taiga has a well-preserved culture, and visitors can enjoy theatre, dance, chamber music and learning about traditional livelihoods.
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