Saija Destination Guide
Touring Saija in Finland.
Saija in the region of Province of Western Finland is located in Finland - some 94 mi (or 152 km) North-West of Helsinki, the country's capital city.
Time in Saija is now 02:58 AM (Wednesday). The local timezone is named "Europe / Helsinki" with an UTC offset of 2 hours. Depending on your travel resources, these more prominent places might be interesting for you: Tartu, Tallinn, Ylöjärvi, Vesilahti, Valkeakoski or Hyrsinki. Being here already, consider visiting . We collected some hobby films in the internet. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.
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Finnish Air Force F-18C Hornet @ Tampere...
Finnish Air Force F-18C Hornet @ Tampere Air Show 2010 With Some Flares
Midnight Hawks / Tampere International A...
Finnish Air Force display team Midnight Hawks @ TIAS 2010, Tampere-Pirkkala Airport & Air Base (EFTP), Aug. 15, 2010. Announcer: Riika Kaipainen. Commentator: Perttu Karivalo. Photos, sound recording ...
NHIndustries NH90 at Tampere International AIrshow 15
Bell Huey at Tampere International Airshow 15
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Interesting facts about this location
Pyhäjärvi (Tampere region)
Pyhäjärvi is a lake in southern Finland. Although the name means in modern Finnish "holy lake", it probably meant originally "border lake". Pyhäjärvi is shaped like the letter "C" with the cities of Tampere and Nokia on the northern end, and town of Lempäälä at the southern end. The lake is fed by the water running through the Tammerkoski rapids in the center of Tampere in the north, and by the waters from lake Vanajavesi in the south.
Located at 61.37, 23.58 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 9 mi away.
Tampere Ratina Stadium (Finnish: Tampereen stadionilla Ratinassa), simply known as Tampere Stadium or Ratina Stadium, built in 1965, is a multi-purpose stadium in Tampere, Finland, with a seating capacity of 16,800 people, and up to 32,000 people for concerts. The stadium primarily hosts football matches. It served as Tampere United's home stadium and is sometimes used by the Finnish national team.
Battle of Tampere
The Battle of Tampere of the Finnish Civil War was fought in Finland in 1918 between Red and White forces. The White forces besieged and captured the main city of the Red Guards, Tampere, taking around 10,000 Red prisoners. The battle was decisive, and soon afterwards the war was over.
Moomin Valley (Moomin museum) is situated in the city of Tampere, Finland. In the Moomin Valley Museum you can see original illustrations made by Tove Jansson (the creator of Moomins), 40 miniatures, tableaux about Moomin events and a small (2.5 metres high) Moomin House. There is a total of about 2,000 exhibits on display. You can also see the original Moomin Valley multimedia and visit the Moomin Valley shop which sells gift items and Moomin books in many languages.
Särkänniemi is an amusement park in Tampere, Finland. The park features an aquarium, a planetarium, a children's zoo, an art museum, an observation tower, an amusement park, and the world's northernmost dolphinarium. Särkänniemi is the second most popular amusement park in Finland, after Linnanmaki in Helsinki. Särkänniemi has six rollercoasters: inverted coaster Tornado, flying coaster Trombi, MotoGee, Jet Star, Half Pipe, and family coaster Vauhtimato ("Speedy Worm").
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