Dating and marriage in finland
Christianity entered Finnish culture in the 12th century. With the emergence of reform, the Compulsory Education Act made education a civil right and available to all citizens, except for tertiary education, which is free of charge and admissions are based strictly on test scores.
The Finnish language is not an Indo-European language, and belongs to Uralic family of languages.
The Swedish-speaking minority has been the target of harassment and discrimination in Finland.
They are still considered the upper-class in Finland, especially in Helsinki, and have earned nicknames, such as "Svenska talande bättre folk" (Swedish speaking better people).
Song magic and bear worship are distinctive marks of the ancient religion.
Prior to Christianisation in the 11th century, Finnish paganism was the primary religion.