Adventures in Technophobia
A civilisation with saunas on every corner? We can but dream. In the meantime meet the Sauna Blanket — the next best thing, writes Jessie Collins
According to its promotion board, Finland has an estimated two million saunas for a population of 5.3 million. Big companies and state institutions have their own saunas. The Finnish president has an official sauna, as does the prime minister. Saunas can be found in city apartments and in country cottages. Across the country, saunas are shared between every generation, with newborn babies regularly part of the mix. It is a way of life. And like...
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