The most beautiful places in Finland

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The most beautiful places in Finland
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Finland, officially Republic of Finland (in Finnish, Suomi or Suomen tasavalta; in Swedish Finland or Republiken Finland) is a Nordic country located in northern Europe. It has borders to the west with Sweden, to the east with Russia and to the north with Norway. On the west and south it is surrounded by the Baltic Sea, which separates it from Sweden and Estonia, crossing the Gulf of Finland, respectively. The capital and most important city of the country ...

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Helsinki Olympic Stadium

Helsinki Olympic Stadium

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Turku Castle

Turku Castle


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Haukipudas

Haukipudas
Haukipudas is a city in Northern Ostrobothnia, Finland. Its coast extends from the Gulf of Botnia. It shares a population of 18,115 (2007) and covers an area of 446.22 km² of which 9.63 km² is water, its density is 37.4 per km².

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Kiasma

Kiasma
The Kiasma (built from 1993 to 1998) is a contemporary art museum located on Mannerheimintie Avenue, in the city of Helsinki, Finland. Exhibits the collection of contemporary art from the Finnish National Gallery. The main goal of the museum is to make contemporary art more popular and strengthen its status.

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Botanical Garden of the University (Helsinki)

Botanical Garden of the University (Helsinki)


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Turku

Turku

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Kuopio

Kuopio
Kuopio is a Finnish city, located in the east of the country surrounded by Kallavesi lake. Kuopio is part of the administrative province of Eastern Finland and the Savo del Norte region. With about 91,000 inhabitants it is the eighth largest city in Finland and the largest in its province. 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 the Puijo hill and the tower found here. Several neighborhoods in the city are located on several of the Kallavesi Islands.

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Kemi neo-gothic church

Kemi neo-gothic church


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Helsinki Cathedral

Helsinki Cathedral
The Helsinki Cathedral (in Finnish Helsingin tuomiokirkko, in Swedish Helsingfors domkyrka) is an Evangelical Lutheran cathedral located in the center of Helsinki, Finland. Until the independence of Finland in 1917, it was called Church of San Nicólas. As a hallmark of the city of Helsinki, the church was built from 1830 to 1852, representing the neoclassical style. It was originally designed by Carl Engel, and later altered by his successor Ernst Lohrmann.

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Uspenski Orthodox Cathedral

Uspenski Orthodox Cathedral

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Vesijärvi Lake

Vesijärvi Lake


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Helsinki

Helsinki
Helsinki (in Finnish), Helsingfors (in Swedish; listen, Helsset (in lapon), is the capital and the largest city in Finland. It is located on the southern coast of the country, on the shore of the Gulf of Finland. Helsinki is part from the province of Southern Finland and the Uusimaa region, its coordinates are [show the place on an interactive map] 60 ° 10′N 24 ° 56′E / 60.167, 24.933 About 568,000 people live in the city itself from Helsinki

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Suomenlinna Fortress

Suomenlinna Fortress
Suomenlinna (in Finnish), or Sveaborg (in Swedish), is a fortress built on six islands, in Helsinki, the capital of Finland. It is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site and is a very tourist place. Its original name was Sveaborg (Swedish castle), the Finns exchanged it for Suomenlinna (Finnish castle) for patriotic reasons, although both the Swedes and the Finns of Swedish language still know it by its original name.