A Magical Journey Through Rauma, Finland
“Rauma? Why are you going there?” Again and again, Finns asked me this question.
Rauma is a nice place, surely, but would you go out of your way to go there?
“Two World Heritage Sites,” I’d reply with a smile. Rauma’s old town is famous for being the largest wooden old town in the Nordic countries and one of the most immaculately preserved wooden old towns in Europe.
If you travel to Japan, you’ll fall in love with the beautiful, color-rich scenery. The red torii of Shinto shrines, vibrant neon Harajuku fashion, or the pastel blues of Edo-era art. Colors in Japanese are a must learn for anyone interested in the language, culture, or for travel!