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  1. Marita Lindahl (17 October 1938 – 21 March 2017) [1] was a Finnish model and beauty queen who won the 1957 Miss World beauty pageant, after being crowned Miss Finland 1957 by Miss Finland 1956, Sirpa Helena Koivu. [4] She became the first woman from Finland to win the title and the third Nordic woman; after Sweden had won the two first contests.

  2. Marita Lindahl ( 17. lokakuuta 1938 Helsinki – 21. maaliskuuta 2017) oli suomalainen missi, joka voitti Miss Maailma -kilpailun Lontoossa 14. lokakuuta 1957. Toistaiseksi kukaan muu suomalainen ei ole yltänyt samaan. Marita Lindahl toimi ennen missin uraansa Stockmannin tavaratalossa pedikyristinä.

  3. Marita Lindahl is a Finnish model and beauty queen who won the 1957 Mission World beauty pageant, after being crowned Mission Finland World 1957 by Mission Finland World 1956, Sirpa Helena Koivu.

  4. www.imdb.com › name › nm10767934Marita Lindahl - IMDb

    Marita Lindahl. + Add or change photo on IMDbPro ». Marita Lindahl is known for Kanarian saaret ja Marita (1960). See full bio ». More at IMDbPro » Contact Info: View agent, publicist, legal on IMDbPro.

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  5. Miss World 1957 Marita Lindahl is no more. The first and last Miss World from Finland passed away on 21st March 2017, but the news was not made public. The former beauty queen died at her home after suffering seizure. The paramedics tried to revive her for almost an hour but had no success. The official Instagram page of Miss Finland posted…

  6. 32 Marita Lindahl Premium High Res Photos Browse 32 marita lindahl stock photos and images available, or start a new search to explore more stock photos and images. Year-old Marita Lindahl of Finland is awarded the title of MIss World 1957 at the Lyceum Ballroom, 14th October 1957.

  7. Marita Lindahl - Biography. Marita Lindahl (born 17 October 1938) is a Finnish model and beauty queen who won the 1957 Miss World beauty pageant, after being crowned Miss Finland World 1957 by Miss Finland World 1956, Sirpa Helena Koivu.

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