Ala-Malmi (Finnish), Nedre Malm (Swedish) is a northern-central neighborhood of Helsinki, Finland.
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The Action of 22 July 1713 was a naval battle between Sweden and the Tsardom of Russia which took place on 22 July 1713 near the shallows of Kalbådagrund.
Aboa Vetus and Ars Nova is a museum in central Turku, Finland.
Aalto University Library is a service unit of Aalto University. The library is a scientific service organization free for everyone to use. It provides support for the diverse research, education, studying, and artistic activities of the university.
Östersundom (previously known in Finnish as Itäsalmi) is a subdistrict of Helsinki, Finland.
Yläne (Finnish pronunciation: [ˈylæne]) is a former municipality of Finland.
Ylistaro is a former municipality of Finland.
Yli-Kitka is a lake in Finland, in the municipalities of Kuusamo and Posio. The lake is connected to Ala-Kitka at Kilkilösalmi strait. Yli-Kitka combined with Ala-Kitka is the largest unregulated lake in Finland. Together they are called Kitkajärvi …
Westend is a district of the city of Espoo, Finland.
Wasalandia Amusement Park is an amusement park in Vaasa, Finland with 28 rides for the whole family. The park got information in Finnish, Swedish and English.
Vuosaari (Finnish) or Nordsjö (Swedish) is a ground-level station on the southern branch (Itäkeskus - Vuosaari) of the Helsinki Metro.
Viiala is a former municipality of Finland.
Vierumäki is a village (Finnish: kylä) located in the Finnish municipality Heinola in the region Päijänne Tavastia, Province of Southern Finland.
Vesijärvi is a lake of 111 square kilometres (43 sq mi) near Lahti in southern Finland. It suffered severe effects of eutrophication in the 1960s and a restoration programme began in the 1970s.
Veräjämäki (Finnish), Grindbacka (Swedish) is a central neighborhood of Helsinki, Finland.
Velkua (Finnish pronunciation: [ˈʋelkuɑ]) is a former municipality of Finland.
Veljekset Keskinen (Keskinen Brothers) is a department store in Tuuri, Alavus, Finland.
Vartiosaari (Swedish: Vårdö) is a district of Helsinki, Finland.
Vartiokylä (Swedish: Botby) is a neighbourhood in eastern Helsinki, the capital of Finland. Its name is derived from the ruins of an eleventh-century fortress on the Linnanvuori hill in Vartioharju, one of Vartiokylä's subdivisions. The working popu…
Vantaankoski railway station (Finnish: Vantaankosken rautatieasema, Swedish: Vandaforsens järnvägsstation) is a Helsinki commuter rail station located in Vantaa, Finland.
Vampula is a former municipality of Finland.
Uutela (Swedish: Nybondas) is a nature park in Vuosaari, Helsinki, Finland. It is surrounded by the sea on three sides, and as one of Helsinki's best-preserved nature parks, Uutela attracts visitors from all over the Helsinki capital area. You can g…
The Töölö Rowing Stadium is a rowing and canoeing venue located a kilometer from Helsinki Olympic Stadium in Helsinki, Finland.
Turku Orthodox Church or the Church of the Holy Martyr Empress Alexandra is the main church of the Turku orthodox parish located on the northeast corner of Turku Market Square in Turku, Finland.
Turenki is a densely populated community in Janakkala, Finland. The population is some 8,000 people.
Tuorla Observatory is the Department of Astronomy at the University of Turku, southwest Finland. It is the largest astronomical research institute in Finland.
Tohmajärvi is a municipality of Finland.
The Theatre Academy (Finnish: Teatterikorkeakoulu, Swedish: Teaterhögskolan) is one of the three academies of the University of the Arts Helsinki and offers education in theatre and dance. It is Finland's largest education provider in its field and,…
Tehtaan kenttä is a football (soccer) stadium in Valkeakoski, Finland. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of FC Haka.
Tarvaspää or the Gallen-Kallela Museum, located in Espoo, Finland and built between 1911 and 1913 was a home and studio for Finnish painter Akseli Gallen-Kallela.
The Talvivaara mine is one of the largest nickel mines in Finland. The mine is located in Sotkamo in Kainuu region of Finland. The mine which is owned by Talvivaara Mining Company, headquartered in Espoo, Greater Helsinki, has an annual production c…
Sörnäinen (Finnish) or Sörnäs (Swedish) is a station on the Helsinki Metro. It serves the central Helsinki districts of Sörnäinen and Kallio.
Sähkötalo (lit. Electric Building) is the name of the building located in downtown Helsinki, in Kamppi, that serves as the headquarters of Helsingin Energia.
Suvorov military canals (Suvorov canals) is a series of four open canals on Saimaa lake in Finland. The four canals of Kutvele, Käyhkää, Kukonharju and Telataipale are located in Puumala, Ruokolahti and Sulkava. They were built between 1791–1798 as …
Suvasvesi is a lake in Eastern Finland near the town of Kuopio. Suvasvesi consists of two circular open lakes, Kuukkarinselkä in north and Haapaselkä in south. The lakes are separated by a group of islands. The lake has 688 islands in total. The are…
Suutarila (Swedish: Skomakarböle) is a subdistrict located next to Keravanjoki in a northeastern major district of Helsinki, Finland, near the border to Vantaa