Finland's most beautiful cities

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Finland's most beautiful cities
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Hello everyone!!! This List is about the Country Finland! Here are all the cities that live in it, Images and Information about them :) I dedicate it to my Friend Sergio Lucas I hope you like it !!

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Kouvola

Kouvola
Kouvola It is the least populated city in Finland and is located 134 km northeast of Helsinki. L The central location of Kouvola is within the borders of Finland shares borders between the European Union and Russia. As of 2009, the six municipalities of Kouvola are: Kouvola, Kuusankoski, Elimäki, Anjalankoski, Valkeala and Jaala - joined and thus put it in tenth place in one of Finland's largest cities.

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Lahti

Lahti
Lahti is a city in the Päijänne Tavastia region, located on the shores of Lake Vesijärvi. It has about 100,800 inhabitants, which makes it the seventh largest city in Finland. Lahti was recognized as a city in 1905 although its existence has been known since 1443. Its development is due to the passage of the railway line that goes from Helsinki to St. Petersburg built in 1870 and also thanks to the refugee settlement of the Winter War that took place between Finland and Russia in the 20th century.


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Vantaa

Vantaa
Vantaa is another of the Cities of Finland and is part of the Helsinki Metropolitan Area In the twentieth and twenty-first centuries Vantaa has grown rapidly, like Espoo, in the wake of the capital. In 1950 the municipality had only about 15,000 inhabitants. Internationally the city is best known for Helsinki-Vantaa Airport, which is the most important in Finland. A popular tourist place is also the Heureka Science Center.

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Kuopio

Kuopio
Kuopio is located in the east of the country surrounded by Kallavesi Lake. Kuopio was part of the administrative province of Eastern Finland until the end of 2009 and the region of North Savonia, being its capital. Kuopio is recognized for its association with one of the national culinary delights, the Finnish fish pate (kalakukko), and also for its "savo" dialect, in addition to Puijo hill and the tower found here.

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Turku

Turku
The oldest city in Finland Turku or Åbo (in Swedish) is a city located on the southwest coast of Finland and former administrative capital of the province of Western Finland, until 2009. Located on the banks of the Aura River, it has a population of 177,430 inhabitants. It is not known exactly when it was founded, but its documented history begins in 1229, when the Bishopric was transferred to the current municipal term.


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Tampere

Tampere
Tampere is located 170 kilometers north of Helsinki. The city has a population of approximately 211,544 people, being the third largest city in Finland in number of inhabitants, and the second most important urban area in the country (after Helsinki). Today, Tampere is an active and dynamic city. In addition, it has several vocational training centers and institutes. In the field of culture, Tampere is known for its extensive literary and theatrical tradition. Tampere was founded by King Gustav III of Sweden in 1779, in between the two lakes, Näsijärvi and Pyhäjärvi, and the city is divided into two parts by the rapid flowing from the first to the second.

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Oulu

Oulu
Oulu is a city and municipality of the former province of Oulu. Oulu has a population of around 140,000 inhabitants, which makes it the sixth largest city in Finland and the largest in the northern half of Finland. Oulu is the leading city in northern Finland, and has, for example, a technology park that houses the University of Oulu. The foundation of Oulu dates from August 8, 1605 by King Charles IX of Sweden in front of the castle built on the island of Linnansaari.

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Jyvaskyla

Jyvaskyla
Jyväskylä is a south-central city, located on the north shore of Lake Päijänne. It used to be part of the administrative province of Western Finland. With about 130,000 inhabitants, it is the seventh largest city in the country but the largest in the region of Central Finland. Sometimes called Athens of Finland, Jyväskylä promoted as "city of science and the arts". Of the various training institutes in the city, the University of Jyväskylä is today the most important.


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Espoo

Espoo
It is the second most populous city in Finland and the greenest. The objective of the city has been to develop while preserving nature. That is why there are many green spaces between the houses and a large number of forests. It is part of the Helsinki Metropolitan Area. The total area of Espoo is 528 km² and its population is currently made up of about 235,000 people

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Helsinki

Helsinki
It is the capital of Finland and the largest and most populous in the country. It is located on the southern coast of the country, on the shore of the Gulf of Finland. Its Original name is Helsingfors And it was founded in 1550, as a "rival" of the Hanseatic city of Reval (now known as Tallinn, the capital of Estonia) by King Gustav I of Sweden. Some 580,000 people live in the city of Helsinki itself and the metropolitan area (municipalities of Helsinki, Espoo, Vantaa and Kauniainen) has a population of almost one million inhabitants in total.