Scandinavian Review, Spring / Summer 1994
Scandianavian Review for Spring/Summer 1994 covering Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden. Issue highlights Nordic Summer: Travel Adventures.
Contents Spring/Summer 1994
- The Election of Finland's Tenth President, by Pertti Pesonen
- Modern Iceland at 50: Anniversary Celebrations— and Beyond, by Jeffrey Cosser
- Should Finland Join the European Union? by Pekka Sutela
- Overnight Success: Peter's Sense of Fiction, by Karina Porcelli
- A Grand Opening for Helsinki's New Opera House, by Matti Huuhtanen
FOCUS ON TRAVEL
- Sailing Through Scandinavia, by Everett Potter 34 The Vikings Live On, by David Wegweiser
- New Designs, Old Techniques: The Jobs Family Workshop by Michelle Facos
- Open to the Public: Danish Castles, by Karina Porcelli
- Islands in the Sun: Stockholm's Archipelago, by Alexander Farnsworth
- Iceland's Worldly Wilderness, by David Finkelstein
- The Five Best Restaurants in Scandinavia, by Melody Favish
- Oslo's Compelling Cafés, by Alice Garrard
- Adventure at the Arctic Circle, by Karen T. Bartlett
- Cooling Off: Glacier Safari in Iceland, by Jennifer Merin
- "Artscape Nordland": Norway's Ultimate Sculpture Garden, by Selene Cecilie Wendt
Nordic Books in Brief
List of Supporters
- Publisher: Lena Biörck Kaplan
- Editor: Adrienne Gyongy
- Publications Design: Stephen Chang
- Publications Committee:
- Lena Biörck Kaplan,
- Chairman Hans Dahl
- Aili Flint
- James L. Howard (ex officio)
- Adalsteinn Ingólfsson
- Bodil Kjaer
- Tapio Pariäinen
- Marja-Leena Rautalin
- George C. Schoolfield
- Led Sjoberg
- Beate Sydhoff
About our cover...
For a long time the 24,000 islands that comprise the Stockholm archipelago served as a mighty bulwark in the defense of the capital city. Today the archipelago's thousands of islands, harbors, and beaches offer fine swimming, sailing, and some historical sights. A summer idyll for natives and visitors alike, this unspoiled area is maintained as part of Sweden's heritage. Red-painted summer houses dot the region and flowers grow in abundance. Island-hopping is easy, and many pleasures await the visitor as Alexander Farnsworth's article reveals (p.58ff).
(Photo by Tina Buckman, Courtesy of the Swedish Travel & Tourism Council)
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