If you've ever wondered why Finland's Lapland region became almost synonymous with Christmas, check out this drone video by MIAPVIDEOS. He was able to film a team of Husky dogs pulling a sled through the snow-covered Lapland forests. Finland's northernmost region covers an enormous 100k+ square km (around 39k square mi.), an area about 15% larger than Austria. Mostly covered in coniferous forests, it's become closely associated with Christmas traditions, particularly in the UK and the USA.