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    The number of nights spent by Russians at tourist accommodation establishments in Barents Finland continued to decline at the beginning of 2016. Norway, on the contrary, had an increased number of guest nights by Russian visitors this year.

    January is usually the most popular month of the year for Russian visitors to travel to Northern Finland, measured by the number of overnight stays. However, this January, in most regions of Northern Finland the number of Russian tourists decreased by more than twenty percent, compared to January 2015.