10 most difficult Finland riddles A list of Finland related questions that are most often answered incorrectly Scandinavia quiz Where is the Gulf of Bothnia?Between Sweden and Finland. A number of rivers from both countries flow into the gulf. As a result, a salinity gradient exists from north to south. In the south the water is the normal brackish water of the Baltic Sea, but in the north, the salinity is so low, that one can no longer taste the salt in the water and many freshwater fish thrive in it.very hard 36% between Finland and Russiabetween Finland and Russia31%between Sweden and Finlandbetween Sweden and Finland36%between Sweden and Denmarkbetween Sweden and Denmark16%between Finland and Estoniabetween Finland and Estonia15%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 12815 answers in 3 languages »Baltic Sea riddles » Where is the Sibelius Monument located?In Helsinki. The Sibelius Monument is dedicated to the Finnish composer Jean Sibelius located in Helsinki, the capital city of Finland. The sculpture is a series of more than 600 hollow steel pipes welded together in a wave-like pattern an weighs 24 tonnes.very hard 38% in Hannoverin Hannover18%in Le Havrein Le Havre17%in Hamburgin Hamburg25%in Helsinkiin Helsinki38%Created by: Ninjai. Statistics based on 4290 answers in 3 languages »monuments riddles » What is the unicameral Parliament of Finland called?Eduskunta. The Parliament consists of 200 members, 199 of whom are elected every four years from 13 multi-member districts and one member from Åland Islands. Finland was the first country in the world to implement truly universal full suffrage. The first Parliament, elected in 1907, had 19 female representatives.hard 40% RikstagRikstag33%StortingStorting12%EduskuntaEduskunta40%FolketingFolketing13%Created by: Ninjai. Statistics based on 74 answers in 3 languages »politics riddles » What is the second official language in Finland, alongside Finnish?Swedish. From the early Middle Ages till 1809 Finland was a part of Sweden. Today, about 5% of the country's population speak Swedish. In one region of Finland - the Åland Islands - Finnish is not used at all, and Swedish is the sole official language.hard 41% RussianRussian11%SwedishSwedish41%SaamiSaami33%NorwegianNorwegian13%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 1439 answers in 9 languages »languages riddles » Which European language is Finnish most closely related to?Estonian. Finnish is not an Indo-European language. It is (together with Estonian) a member of Finnic group, which itself belongs to the Uralic family. Estonian and Finnish are not mutually intelligible, although many words and the grammar are similar, so people can typically understand written texts in the other language to some extent (similarly to Portuguese and Spanish).hard 45% SwedishSwedish17%EstonianEstonian45%HungarianHungarian26%NoneNone10%Created by: Paul Caspack. Statistics based on 10781 answers in 2 languages »Scandinavia riddles » Which consumer electronics manufacturer also produced tires?Nokian Tyres was split from the Nokia Corporation in 1988. Nokia, which became the largest mobile telephone manufacturer in 1998, ended its ownership interest in Nokian Tyres in 2003.hard 47% NokiaNokia47%SharpSharp16%PhillipsPhillips12%GrundigGrundig23%Created by: Monica Stiller. Statistics based on 20013 answers in 2 languages »tires riddles » What do Finns call the Baltic Sea?East Sea. In all Germanic languages except English the Baltic Sea is called "East Sea" - this includes German (Ostsee), Dutch (Oostzee) and all Scandinavian languages. The name has been used since the Viking age, and was also adpoted (through Swedish) into Finnish language, disregarding the geography (the sea is west of Finland).hard 49% West SeaWest Sea13%East SeaEast Sea49%North SeaNorth Sea8%South SeaSouth Sea29%Created by: Gizem İsmailoğlu. Statistics based on 20566 answers in 6 languages »geographical names riddles » Which European capital is this?Helsinki. The southwestern coast of Finland has a great many skerries; so many, in fact, that they form an archipelago. This characteristic shore makes Helsinki easily recognizable.hard 52% AthensAthens33%HelsinkiHelsinki52%LisbonLisbon8%RomeRome5%Created by: Kasia. Statistics based on 30220 answers in 3 languages »cities of Scandinavia riddles » Which European countries once instituted prohibition of alcohol?Nordic Countries. In the early twentieth century, much of the impetus for the prohibition movement in the Nordic countries and North America came from moralistic convictions of pietistic Protestants. Nordic countries had started prohibition before the United States did. Between 1915-1919, laws were passed in Norway, Iceland and Finland. hard 59% Spain and PortugalSpain and Portugal15%Austria and GermanyAustria and Germany14%Balkan CountriesBalkan Countries10%Nordic CountriesNordic Countries59%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 22915 answers in 2 languages »prohibition riddles » The Moomins were created as book characters by Tove Jansson. But who created their well known hippopotamus-like appearances?Tove Jansson herself. Tove Jansson (pictured) was not only a writer, but also an illustrator. She created a series of comic books about the Moomins.average 62% Tove Jansson herselfTove Jansson herself62%John Bauer, Swedish illustratorJohn Bauer, Swedish illustrator22%Peyo, Belgian cartoonistPeyo, Belgian cartoonist9%Walt Disney StudioWalt Disney Studio4%Created by: globalquiz.org. Statistics based on 9982 answers in 2 languages »fairy tales riddles » Play Scandinavia quiz and see all the questions.