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Uusi-Vartsila Destination Guide

Delve into Uusi-Vartsila in Finland!

Uusi-Vartsila in the region of Province of Eastern Finland is located in Finland - some 231 mi (or 372 km) North-East of Helsinki, the country's capital.

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Current time in Uusi-Vartsila is now 07:26 PM (Thursday). The local timezone is named "Europe / Helsinki" with an UTC offset of 2 hours. Depending on your travel modalities, these larger destinations might be interesting for you: Leningrad, Petrozavodsk, Veliky Novgorod, Tartu, Vuorila or Hamala. While being here, make sure to check out Vaarakoski, Uusi-Vartsila, Saario, Petrila, Kivenvaara and Koskinen as well. We discovered some video in the web. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.




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Videos

HM Ojala: Valoon blues

04:35 min ( April 05, 2009 by HMOjala)
Views: 664 - Rating: 5/5

Original HM Ojala blues song. H signs and plays acoustic guitar, M does bass and his old Philips tube radio amplifies

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Interesting facts about this location

Lake Tohmajärvi

Lake Tohmajärvi is a lake in the very east of Finland, just outside the town of Tohmajärvi next to the border with Russia.

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Located at 62.2, 30.47 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 3 mi away.
Tags:Lakes of Finland

Värtsilä, Finland

Värtsilä is a former municipality of Finland. It merged with Tohmajärvi in 2005. Värtsilä was located in the province of Eastern Finland and was part of the North Karelia region. The municipality had a population of 647 (2003) and covered an area of 143.81 square kilometres of which 7.88 km was water. The population density was 4.8 /km .

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Located at 62.2, 30.47 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 5 mi away.
Tags:Former municipalities of Finland, Populated places disestablished in 2005