Translation for 'Lapland' from English to Russian
SYNO Lapland | Lappland
Лапландия {ж}
лапландский подорожник {м} [Calcarius lapponicus]
Lapland bunting
лапландский подорожник {м} [Calcarius lapponicus]
Lapland longspur
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Usage Examples English
  • The areas of Enontekiö and Utsjoki in northern Lapland are known as Fell-Lapland.
  • In 2015 Spaceport Sweden won a Kiruna Lapland Award for the efforts to establish commercial spaceflight in Kiruna, in Swedish Lapland.
  • The exploitation of Lapland's natural resources in the 1800s boosted Rovaniemi's growth.
  • Throughout Finland, Santa Claus ("Joulupukki") is commonly considered to live on the Korvatunturi fell in Lapland.
  • Swedish Lapland was united with Finnish Lapland as Lapland until 1809.

  • is a wilderness reserve in Enontekiö municipality, Lapland, Finland.
  • Pirkko Hannele Pokka (born 25 May 1952) is a former governor of the province of Lapland. She was the fifth Governor of Lapland and the first woman to hold the office.
  • Rewilding Lapland and local partners support guided reindeer migration, raising awareness of these threats and supporting Sami communities in their fight for traditional grazing rights.
  • Finnish speakers constitute a language minority in Sweden and Norway. Meänkieli and Kven are Finnish dialects spoken in Swedish Lapland and Norwegian Lapland.
  • Transun’s UK company is known as a ‘Lapland specialist’ and is licensed by the Civil Aviation Authority (United Kingdom) to operate flights to Lapland.

  • "Papaver lapponicum" is a species of poppy known by the common names Lapland poppy. It is endemic to Lapland and western Siberia. It is a perennial herb.
  • "Flora Lapponica" (Amsterdam, 1737) is an account of the plants of Lapland written by botanist, zoologist and naturalist Carl Linnaeus (1707-1788) following his expedition to Lapland.
  • In Finish lapland, there are two Aapajärvi lakes, another is in Pelkosenniemi.
  • Since 2014, he also organize the Lapland Extreme Challenge (...) in Finnish Lapland in winter.
  • Bread was also influenced to some extent by Lapland; bread was called [...] , but it was much thicker than Lappish [...].

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