Students from 110 countries pose at the sauna in Suomenlinna (Image: Lehtikuva)

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THE WORLD RECORD FOR 'MOST NATIONALITIES IN A SAUNA' was broken today at a sauna in Suomenlinna, where people from 101 countries crammed together in the heat to bring the accolade back to Finland. International business students from Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences were responsible for the feat.

The previous world record holder belonged to China, where sauna-enthusiasts managed to gather people from 99 different countries into a sauna. Haaga-Helia students previously held the record for Finland back in 2009, with people from 76 different countries crammed into a sauna. 

You can see more photos from the impressive feat by scrolling down. 

 

Correction: An earlier version of this article stated that 110 nationalities were represented at the event. This was an error on our behalf, which we have since corrected to read 101 nationalities. 

Image Credit: Lehtikuva 

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