The Ilosaarirock Festival is an annual rock festival held on the second weekend of July in Joensuu, Eastern Finland. Founded in 1971, Ilosaarirock is the second oldest rock festival in Finland still active, and one of the oldest in Europe. In 2007 t…
Latitude and longitude of Joensuu
Joensuu (lit. "mouth of the river"; Russian: Йоэнсуу) is a city and municipality in North Karelia in the province of Eastern Finland. It was founded in 1848.
Latitude: 62° 36' 4.25" N
Longitude: 29° 45' 47.38" E
Articles of interest in Joensuu
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Joensuu Airport (IATA: JOE, ICAO: EFJO) is an airport in Liperi, Finland, about 11 kilometres (7 mi) northwest of Joensuu city centre.
Pielisjoki River is a 67 km long river in Eastern Finland. It is the sixth most fast-flowing river in Finland and the largest river draining into Lake Saimaa. The river connects the two largest lakes in North Karelia, Pielinen and Pyhäselkä (part of…
Pyhäselkä is a lake in Finland.
Lake Pohjalampi is a lake in eastern Finland.
Joensuu railway station (in Finnish: Joensuun rautatieasema) is located in Joensuu, North Karelia, Finland.
Joensuu Church is located in the centre of Joensuu, North Karelia, Finland. The church was built in 1903 and designed by a Finnish church architect Josef Stenbäck. Architecturally it represents the Gothic Revival style, but it also has some features…
Pielisensuu Church is a Lutheran church located in Joensuu, Finland.
Höytiäinen is a lake in Finland. Due to a mismanaged drainage attempt during 1859, the lake was reduced by around one third of its size. It flows through a channel formed in the drainage attempt, called Höytiäisenkanava, into Lake Pyhäselkä in the p…
Onttola railway station (abbrev. Ont, Finnish: Onttolan rautatieasema) is a train station along the Pieksämäki–Joensuu line in Finland.
Mehtimäen jäähalli is an indoor arena located in Joensuu, Finland.