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Private 3-Hour Helsinki Walking Tour
"Meet your professional tour guide in your hotel lobby and start a walking city tour with a knowledgeable local. Enjoy this private comprehensive walking tour that covers the must-see sights as well as most important and interesting parts of Helsinki the Presidential Palace City Hall the Uspenski Cathedral the colourful Market Square the Parliament buildings Finlandia Hall
From $44.00
 
Private Shore Excursion: Helsinki Walking Tour
"Meet your professional tour guide outside the main port gate and take a tram to the city center (at own expense). Enjoy this private comprehensive walking tour that covers the must-see sights as well as most important and interesting parts of Helsinki su the Presidential Palace City Hall the Uspenski Cathedral the colorful Market Square the Parliament buildings Finlandia Hall
From $413.00
 
Half-Day Helsinki City Sightseeing Tour by Minivan
"Start this 3-hour sightseeing tour of the Finnish capital with a pick-up from your hotel at your chosen time. Continue along the coastal road passing the beautiful Uspenski Cathedral – the biggest Orthodox cathedral in Northern Europe - and the Icebre which is the main street through the city where you can see the Parliament House the National Museum and Finlandia Hall. You will also pass the Helsinki Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma designed by the American architect Steven Hall. Continue to the Olympic Stadium venue for the 1952 Olympic Games and the new Opera house which was completed in 1993. The car will then take you to the Sibelius Park where you can photograph the monument built to honour Finland’s most famous composer
From EUR260.00

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Nokia Church

The second must in Finnish grave yard is Memorial of persons remained in Karelia (both civilian and soldiers). This kind of memorials became common after our Wars, we lost a lot of soldiers, most of...
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Glow Bowling - Hohtokeilailu

The bowling hall is located in old Nokia Shoes factory building. There are 8 tracks and the feeling overall is warm and cozy. There is a restaurant, you can get burgers and chicken fingers for...
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Nokia's church

I got married in this church and last week dad's funeral was held there.The church was planned by C.L. Engel in neo classical style and was finished in 1837.There's a church museum in the basement of...
Sininen
Apr 04, 2011

The mills

Long before the mobile phones there was industry under the name of Nokia. In early 1800's industrialists took notice of Nokianvirta as a lot of power was needed to carry on the work. The rapids were...
Sininen
May 29, 2008

Nokianvirta-rapids

The part of Kokemäenjoki-river which run through Nokia are called Nokianvirta on the banks of which were situated groundwood, paper and sulphite cellulose and rubber mills. The latter is still...
Sininen
May 29, 2008

Souranderintie - Club House

The clubhouse was a personal donation from rubber factory director Eduard Polon to the personnel of the factory. Built in 1930. Today it is owned by Nokia Town and is used for hobby groups,...
Sininen
May 26, 2008
 
 
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Souranderintie - The Old Hospital

I remember this old hospital from my childhood. Dad was in an accident and he broke his leg and spent several weeks, if not months in the hospital and we visited him there every day. The hospital was...
Sininen
May 26, 2008

Souranderintie - Municipal Surgery

A nice white house on the left side of the road serves today as centre where you can do handicrafts like weaving. It's funny that when I still lived in Nokia (some 30 years ago) I never paid any...
Sininen
May 26, 2008

Souranderintie - Railway station

"We should build a road here"...said papermill director Ingwald Sourander, when he looked down from the railway station towards to the factory. The road, called Souranderintie /Sourander's Road/ was...
Sininen
May 26, 2008

Road trip to Siuro village

Visit Siuro, beautiful active village west from Nokia,easy to reach by car appr. 10km trip, or take bus that says SIURO, number 79 if i remember right...check the church, mylly, rapids and have beer...
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jurkka
Apr 06, 2006

HINTTALA MUSEUM

Across the main road from the church is Hinttala Museum, where you can see how people lived in Finland about one hundred years ago. It's only a small place but very interesting. As a child my sister...
Sininen
Jul 20, 2005

OLD CEMETERY

I find old cemeteries fascinating. It's interesting to walk there and read the stones and wonder of what these people have died of. Some to the old graves are big with huge monuments and lots of...
Sininen
Jul 20, 2005

lakes around Nokia

if u wanna see nice lakes, just drive around Nokiamy faves ones are on the other side of the train station, when u get off the train, just cross the tracks and follow the street to Ojamutka street,...
randychiara
Jan 28, 2004

Souranderintie - The Kindergarten

Today this building serves as kindergarten, but originally it was the residence of the former director's. The building is from 1938. As a child I used to go to a club here with other girls.
Sininen
May 26, 2008

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"NOT ONLY MOBILE PHONES"
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jurkka

"City of Nokia- town of rubber, not visual hitech"
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Heinisuo

"Nokia - the town, not that Telecomm. Company"
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mickoin

"NOKIA - a name known worldwide"
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akkipaa

"Nokia - Hearth of Finnish electronics"
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