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Finland: Culture#

World Heritage#

Nobel Prize Winners (3)#

Here persons are counted for the country they born in or if their affiliation is with this country.
NameCategoryYearMotivation
Ragnar GranitMedicine1967"for their discoveries concerning the primary physiological and chemical visual processes in the eye"
Frans Eemil SillanpääLiterature1939"for his deep understanding of his country's peasantry and the exquisite art with which he has portrayed their way of life and their relationship with Nature"
Artturi Ilmari VirtanenChemistry1945"for his research and inventions in agricultural and nutrition chemistry, especially for his fodder preservation method"

Partial List of Famous People#

Simple Format: For each person type just one entry in the following form:
[family name, prenames of person (optional: profession in brackets)|URL pointing to an English description of person] and then click at Submit.
An example for Kurt Gödel would look like this:
[Goedel, Kurt (logician)|https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kurt_Gödel] followed by a click on Submit.
more URL Format: For each person type just one entry in the following form:
family name, prenames of person (optional: profession in brackets) [German version|URL pointing to German description of person], [English version|URL pointing to an English description of person] and then click at Submit.
An example for Gödel, Kurt would look like this:
Goedel, Kurt (logician) [German version|Wissenssammlungen/Biographien/Gödel,_Kurt], [English version|https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kurt_G%C3%B6del] followed by a click on Submit.
Observe that family names of persons are listed first seperated by a comma from the prenames. Followed by URL and the usual form of a link, i.e. [ at the beginning, a | after the name and a ] after the URL.

Field Medal Winners#

NameYearAffiliation
"Lars Valerian" Ahlfors1936"Harvard University
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National Parks#

Wolf Prize Winner#

NameCategoryYearMotivation
Lars V. AhlforsMathematics1981THE 1981 WOLF FOUNDATION PRIZE IN MATHEMATICS The Wolf Prize Committee for Mathematics has unanimously decided that the award for 1981 should be equally divided for seminal discoveries and the creation of powerful new methods in geometric function theory.