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  • Venla M
    5 contributions
    The most beautiful library I've ever been to! My favourite. So much light, space and architecture. I have been here as a student many times, cause it's a very spacious and quiet place with a lot of different studying spots.

    They have books, you can listen to cd's, play videogames, play instruments, see art or different speakers and performances,... (Tho of course corona affects many of these activities.) Just a very calm place!
    Written 13 September 2021
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  • Vappu S
    Helsinki, Finland26 contributions
    The Aalto Center in Seinäjoki is something so uniwue in Finland. It is really the place to visit.
    The Church with surroundings and the tower, Town Hall with dark blue walls, bew library and the City Theather. The theather has a restaurant with very tasty buffer lunch!
    Written 6 March 2020
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  • Mikael F
    Helsinki, Finland24,218 contributions
    This Lutheran church was completed in 1960.

    It was designed by the famous Finnish architect Alvar Aalto as all the buildings (town hall, library, theater, and state office building) next to the church.

    The cross-shaped bell tower is quite striking. It is 65 meters high and a local landmark. On our visit, it was not open.
    Written 17 September 2019
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  • Mikael F
    Helsinki, Finland24,218 contributions
    This museum for voluntary national defense operates in the South Ostrobothnian Defence Corps building in the city center. The museum buildings were designed by Alvar Aalto and were built in 1924-26.

    The main building holds exhibitions about defense corps, the Lotta Svärd organization and jägers, a meeting room, information desk, and museum shop.

    The outbuilding presents an exhibition about Mannerheim and the Seinäjoki headquarters as well as the diverse sports activities of the defense corps.
    Written 17 September 2019
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  • Mike S
    1 contribution
    Really enjoyed seeing the 150 plus tractors. This gentlemen takes a lot of pride in renovating these old tractors. Definitely worth seeing if you are knowledgeable of or like tractors.
    Written 3 October 2018
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  • Nurminen
    Tampere, Finland11 contributions
    Spent over an hour on the area. Main feature is "traffic school" type of driving track for children under 12. Pedal cars are free to use and include helmets. There is nice asphalt track with lots of traffic signs and different intersections.

    "Fiilispuisto" has some quick-to-try sports activity - like shoot-a-goal, wooden stilts, etc.

    Third part of the area is normal children playground.

    Worth the visit. Free of charge.
    Written 11 July 2018
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  • Wallriver
    Seinajoki, Finland41 contributions
    This old church, build in 1827, was originally a gunpowder warehouse. It is situated not far from the Törnävä Manor, originally Wasastierna Manor. The Wasastierna family ran different kinds of business in their years, one of them being the gunpowder factory. The gunpowder laboratory house still exists and is part of the Museum of Southern Ostrobothnia (Etelä-Pohjanmaan Maakuntamuseo).
    It was turned to a church already in 1864, as the gunpowder manufacturing had ended some 10 years earlier.
    To me, the wooden interior is like just another Finnish church, yet a bit old fashioned with its old iron stoves. There are rather new organs in the church, from 1960's, built by German-Finnish organ builder Hans Heinrich.
    The Törnävä Church is a very popular venue for weddings and in Christmas time, it's crowded with people singing and listening to Christmas carols. I, too, use to attend those events almost every year.
    I find this church, a former gunpowder warehouse, a bit symbolic, too. Some people say that Gospel is gunpowder for sinners. At least, some concerts seem to be an explosive experience to music lovers.
    Written 17 March 2019
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  • Markku R
    93 contributions
    I visited this place for their modern art exhibition. On that Saturday I was the only visitor and I got very friendly service. The exhibition was very good and art was well selected. Their on going exhibition is worth the visit as well.
    Written 18 February 2016
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