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Juoksuhaudantie, Movie, 2004 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Trench Road
  • Kaevikutee (Estonia)
  • Löpgravsvägen (Sweden)

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deltagolf FI

2011-06-10 01:24

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[Image: vlcsnap2011060921h30m38.th.png]
AKA:
Kaevikutee - Estonia
Löpgravsvägen - Sweden

-- Last edit: 2011-06-10 11:21:53

deltagolf FI

2011-06-10 12:53

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The street which is in the center of it all:
[Image: vlcsnap2011061001h17m55.th.png]

And something for IMMobilePhoneDb - obvious Siemens product placement, every single character had a Siemens phone. Here's the main character's A55, I also spotted an M55 and a C60. Unfortunately no MC60, which was the model I had back in 2004. :D
[Image: vlcsnap2011060921h31m18.th.png]

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ingo DE

2011-06-10 13:04

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I had a A52 back then :) It's still existing, somewhere in a drawer.

ingo DE

2011-06-10 23:28

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deltagolf wrote The street which is in the center of it all:
[Image: vlcsnap2011061001h17m55.th.png]

Is it just made for the movie, or does in Finland bilinguial street signs existing?

deltagolf FI

2011-06-11 00:23

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As Finland is officially bilingual, such signs are very common. Depending on the percentage of inhabitants in a municipality who speak a certain language as their first language, the municipality is classified as either unilingually Finnish or Swedish or as bilingual with one being the majority language. Depending on the classification, the street signs will be in one of the following language combinations: Finnish only, Swedish only, Finnish first and then Swedish, or Swedish first and then Finnish. My home municipality uses the last combination. An unilingual municipality can also choose to use bilingual street signs.
BTW, I believe that street and sign actually exist: Link to "maps.google.com"

-- Last edit: 2011-06-11 00:24:20

atom SE

2011-06-11 01:41

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A trivia question for you: Which country is the only country to have Swedish as an official language?

Hint: It's not Sweden.

:p

chicomarx BE

2011-06-11 02:43

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Suomi?

deltagolf FI

2011-06-11 09:40

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Correct until 2009, now there are two countries: http://www.thelocal.se/20404/20090701/ :D

atom SE

2011-06-11 13:31

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What an embarrassment but I blame that I haven't attended school for several years.

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