Kamppi (Swedish: Kampen) is a neighbourhood in the centre of Helsinki, the capital of Finland.
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1,511 Articles of interest in Finland
Kaivopuisto (Swedish: Brunnsparken), or in spoken language, Kaivari, is one of the oldest and best known parks in central Helsinki, Finland, and also a neighbourhood of about 500 inhabitants where the park is located.
Jyväskylä Airport (IATA: JYV, ICAO: EFJY; Finnish: Jyväskylän lentoasema) is an airport in Jyväskylä, Finland. It is located in the center of the Finnish Lake District approximately 20 kilometres (12 mi) north of the center of Jyväskylä.
Häme Castle (Finnish: Hämeen linna, Swedish: Tavastehus slott) is a medieval castle in Hämeenlinna, Finland. The castle is located on the coast of lake Vanajavesi in the city center. The castle was originally located on an island.
Hotel Torni (Hotel Tower) is a historical hotel located in Helsinki, Finland and part of the Sokos Hotels hotel chain.
Helsinki University Central Hospital (HUCH; in Finnish, Helsingin seudun yliopistollinen keskussairaala or HYKS; in Swedish, Helsingfors universitets centralsjukhus (HUCS)) is the largest university hospital in Finland. It encompasses 17 hospitals i…
Eira is a neighborhood in Helsinki, the capital of Finland.
Arndt Juho Pekurinen (29 August 1905 in Juva, Finland – 5 November 1941 in Kalevala district, Soviet Union, now Russia) was a Finnish pacifist and conscientious objector.
Viikki (Swedish: Vik) is a neighbourhood of about 5,500 inhabitants in Helsinki, Finland.
Sauna Open Air Metal Festival, shortly Sauna Open Air or just Sauna, has become one of the largest music festivals dedicated only to metal and related styles of music in the Nordic countries. It was first arranged in 2004 and takes place in the Rati…
Replot (Finnish: Raippaluoto) is an island in the Kvarken ("The Throat"), the narrowest part of the Gulf of Bothnia in the northern part of the Baltic sea. It has about 2,100 inhabitants, almost only Swedish-speaking. The size is about 150 square ki…
Mainland Finland (Finnish: Manner-Suomi, Swedish: fasta Finland) is a term used in statistics and in other contexts to exclude the autonomous Åland Islands under Finnish sovereignty from the rest of Finland. In legal contexts, the relation between t…
Lumene is a Finnish brand of cosmetics. It is based in Kauklahti, Espoo. The Lumene products are developed and manufactured in Finland. The company's key markets are Finland, Scandinavia, USA and Russia. The main owners of the company are a London-b…
The following page lists all power stations in Finland.
Lappajärvi is a lake in Finland, in the municipalities of Lappajärvi, Alajärvi and Vimpeli. It is formed in a 23 km (14 mi) wide, partly eroded meteorite impact crater.
Kuusamo Airport (IATA: KAO, ICAO: EFKS) is an airport in Kuusamo, Finland.
Keurusselkä is a lake in Central Finland between the towns of Keuruu to the north and Mänttä to the south. It covers an area of 117.3 km2 (45.3 sq mi). Its average depth is 6.4 m (21 ft) with a maximum depth of 40 m (130 ft). The surface lies at 105…
Kemi-Tornio Airport (IATA: KEM, ICAO: EFKE; Finnish: Kemi-Tornion lentoasema) is an airport in Kemi, Finland. The airport is located near the district of Lautiosaari, east of the Kemijoki (Kemi River), 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) north of Kemi city centre…
Karhunkierros (Finnish for Bear's Ring, although the route is not circular) is a hiking trail that stretches from Salla to Kuusamo in north-eastern Finland.
Juva is a municipality of Finland.
Itis (formerly Itäkeskus) is a shopping centre in the district of Itäkeskus in East Helsinki, Finland. It is located next to the eastern motorway and the Itäkeskus metro station. The mall has been refurbished a number of times, most recently in 2014…
The Finnish Railway Museum (Finnish: Suomen Rautatiemuseo) is located in Hyvinkää, Finland. It was originally founded in 1898 and located in Helsinki.
The Finnish National Theatre (Finnish: Suomen Kansallisteatteri), founded in 1872 in the city of Pori, is a theatre located in central Helsinki on the northern side of the Helsinki Central Railway Station Square. The Finnish National Theatre is the …
Enontekiö Airport (Finnish: Enontekiön lentoasema) (IATA: ENF, ICAO: EFET) is an airport located in Enontekiö, Finland, 5 NM (9.3 km; 5.8 mi) west southwest of Hetta, the municipal centre of Enontekiö.
Eno is a former municipality of Finland, now part of Joensuu.
Vallila (Swedish: Vallgård) is a neighbourhood in Helsinki, the capital of Finland.
Tikkurila (Swedish: Dickursby) is a district and major region of the municipality of Vantaa, Finland.
Tarmo is a Finnish steam-powered icebreaker preserved in the Maritime Museum of Finland in Kotka. Built in 1907 by Sir W.G. Armstrong, Whitworth & Co Ltd in Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom, she was the third state-owned icebreaker of Finland and…
South Harbour (Finnish: Eteläsatama, Swedish: Södra hamnen) is a bay and harbour area immediately next to the centre of the city of Helsinki, Finland. It is the largest passenger harbour in Finland, and 5.4 million passengers travel through it every…
Savonlinna Opera Festival (Finnish: Savonlinnan oopperajuhlat) is held annually in the city of Savonlinna in Finland. The Festival takes place at the medieval Olavinlinna (St.
Savonia University of Applied Sciences (Finnish: Savonia-ammattikorkeakoulu) is a local municipality-owned Finnish institution of higher education based in the cities of Kuopio, Iisalmi and Varkaus.
Salpausselkä is a ski jumping venue in Lahti, Finland.
Saari (literally Island) is a former municipality of Finland.
Mänttä is a former town and municipality of Finland.
Munkkiniemi (Swedish: Munksnäs, in slang Munkka) is a neighbourhood in Helsinki.
The Metsähovi Radio Observatory is an astronomical observatory affiliated with the Aalto University.