Finland - world’s most happiest country | Sunday Observer

Finland - world’s most happiest country

This year’s happiest place on Earth is Finland, according to an annual UN report.

The World Happiness Report measures “subjective well-being” – how happy people feel they are, and why.

Nordic countries regularly appear in the top five, while war-hit countries and a number in sub-Saharan Africa regularly appear in the bottom five.

Burundi was the least happy, taking over from the Central African Republic.

What is Finland known for?

The Finns love to get hot and steamy in saunas – with an estimated 3.3 million, there are enough steam rooms for more than one every other person

They have the most metal bands per capita.

From Lapland, you can see wild reindeer, the Northern Lights and if you are lucky Santa Claus

The country’s most famous exports include the cartoon characters called Moomins and the mobile gaming app Angry Birds

The world’s top 10 happiest countries: 1. Finland, 2. Norway, 3. Denmark, 4. Iceland, 5. Switzerland, 6. Netherlands, 7. Canada, 8. New Zealand, 9. Sweden, 10. Australia.

 

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