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08/10 08:56 CET

Finnish-themed Frankfurt Book Fair opens in Germany

Finnish-themed Frankfurt Book Fair opens in Germany

The world's biggest book exposition is underway in Germany. The Frankfurt Book Fair expects 300,000 visitors between now and Sunday. The guest of honour is Finland where books are published in Finnish, Finland Swedish, and often in the language of the Sami. The fair opens to…