UNESCO Adds Finish Saunas to Cultural Heritage List

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The sauna tradition in Finland’s has been inscribed on the UNESCO Lists of Intangible Cultural Heritage.

“The sauna culture in Finland is an integral part of the life of the majority of Finnish people,” UNESCO He said. “Sauna culture, which can occur in homes or public places, involves much more than just bathing. In saunas, people cleanse their bodies and minds and foster a sense of inner peace.”

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