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  • every second day I go to sound on, I go to sauna once or twice a week.

  • I try to do some debating every day.

  • I have four of us.

  • I am going to some three, sometimes four times a week.

  • On most parts of the world, saunas are considered a luxury.

  • But in some parts of Lapland, a region that stretches across northern Europe, saunas are as common as street signs.

  • You can pretty much find asana anywhere, like in this small town or in this person's backyard or in the middle of the woods, or even near a river way.

  • Have a cold climate.

  • So it's nice to have something warm toe gettinto.

  • Get the warm to the bones.

  • The sauna culture here is really quite unique.

  • If you build a new house, you start with a sauna on you.

  • Build a house around the Sounders people in Finland on more Sana's per capita than anywhere else in the world.

  • There are two million saunas here, or about one per household, but some homes have even more than that.

  • And in this region, people aren't just building houses around saunas.

  • There's even a sauna academy and asana museum here.

  • In our culture, sauna was a clean room, so good place to get birth to Children.

  • The first sounds that we have this from the 1200 century when we had flu and you feel not so good.

  • They always said to go to the sound.

  • People said that sound is the poor man's pharmacy, the old sound eyes where you heat the stones, and when the stones get hurt, you can put water on the stones.

  • And then comes the nice steam for me, the sound of process like a small ritual.

  • It should be like ice hockey game at least three periods.

  • So you start going to the sauna, have some heat, and they go outside, take some fresh air, maybe roll in the snow.

  • Then you go into the relax room, you eat something and sit and talk there time for a second period and again eat drink.

  • And so you should take your time in this owner.

  • But that's not all in Lapland Saunas, air used as a sign of hospitality and to discuss political matters.

  • There's a thing called Sona diplomatic because we have a lot of saunas.

  • We use sound for speaking and discuss problems and decided how toe go forwards.

  • Finland used Sona diplomacy.

  • The president saved Finland from Russia.

  • You know, he took off the clothes off the Russian generals and took them into the saunas.

  • This was two men talking to each other.

  • They want no medals or anything.

  • They were just They think they're talking.

  • And it's so no diplomacy, You know, this owner is like, event is the place where you have the discussions about family matters.

  • If something's going on, we talk about it in the SONA.

  • Anything goes in the Sona if you don't have a Sona what you do, you dio uh, If I didn't have a Sona, it's unthinkable.

  • Uh, I don't know E.

every second day I go to sound on, I go to sauna once or twice a week.

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The Town Where Everyone Owns a Sauna

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/24
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