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Karhusuo Destination Guide

Touring Karhusuo in Finland

Karhusuo in the region of Province of Western Finland is located in Finland - some 110 mi or ( 177 km ) North-West of Helsinki , the country's capital city .

Interactive map of Karhusuo

Time in Karhusuo is now 10:17 PM (Sunday) . The local timezone is named " Europe/Helsinki " with a UTC offset of 2 hours. Depending on your budget, these more prominent places might be interesting for you: Tallinn, Vaha-Sakyla, Uusikaupunki, Ulvila, and Turku. Being here already, consider visiting Tallinn . We collected some hobby film on the internet . Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation. Check out our recomendations for Karhusuo ? We have collected some references on our attractions page.


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Ice-fishing in Säkylä, Finland

0:53 min by Janne Pyykkö
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Ice-fishing in Säkylä, Finland ..

peruutus

1:12 min by Amikase
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Kiertoajelu Eurassa - Sightseeing tour in Eura

2:53 min by MEdiaaKAikilleTV
Views: 5561 Rating: 4.67

Tässä elokuvassa kerrotaan ehdottomasti KAIKKI syyt, miksi Euraan kannattaa tulla kauempaakin. Euran toimintakeskuksen palkittu ja kiitelty elokuva vuodelta 1999. - With English text ..

Säkylän Pyhäjärvi

0:23 min by ahutila
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Lake Säkylän Pyhäjärvi in soutwestern part of Finland in autumn 2008. ..


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Interesting facts about this location

Köyliönjärvi

Köyliönjärvi (Lake Köyliö) is a lake in Köyliö, Finland. Saint Henry was allegedly murdered on the ice of the lake in the mid-12th century. The lake and its surroundings are classified as a nationally valuable landscape by the government. The area has been inhabited continuously since the Iron Age.

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Located at 61.14 22.33 (Lat./Long.); Less than 7 km away
Tags: Eurajoki basin, Geography of Satakunta, Köyliö, Lakes of Finland

Kirkkokari

Kirkkokari (the Church Islet) is a small island in the Lake Köyliö in Köyliö municipality in Satakunta, Finland. It is the only Roman Catholic pilgrimage site in Finland and one of the few in Nordic countries. The 0,30 hectare islet is also called as the Saint Henry's Island. According to an old legend, Saint Henry was murdered on the ice of Lake Köyliö nearby Kirkkokari in january 1156. During the 13th century the island became a pilgrimage site for Catholics.

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Located at 61.15 22.33 (Lat./Long.); Less than 8 km away
Tags: Catholic pilgrimage sites, Geography of Satakunta, Islands of Finland, Köyliö, Medieval Finland, Roman Catholic Church in Finland, Visitor attractions in Satakunta

Pyhäjärvi (Satakunta)

Pyhäjärvi is a lake in Finland. It is the largest lake in the southwestern Finland and is notable for having relatively few islands. Although the lake is eutrophicated, it is considered a good fishing lake.

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Located at 61.00 22.30 (Lat./Long.); Less than 9 km away
Tags: Eurajoki basin, Lakes of Finland

Honkilahti

Honkilahti is a village and discontinued commune in the area of Eura`s commune.

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Located at 60.97 22.12 (Lat./Long.); Less than 15 km away
Tags: Municipalities of Satakunta Region

Kiukainen

Kiukainen is a former municipality of Finland. It was consolidated with Eura on 1 January 2009. It is located in the province of Western Finland and is part of the Satakunta region. The municipality had a population of 3,408 (2003) and covered an area of 149.88 km² of which 0.22 km² is water. The population density was 22.7 inhabitants per km². In Kiukainen there are many ancient gravehills made from piled stones. Biggest of them is called kuninkaanhauta, "the king's grave".

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Located at 61.21 22.08 (Lat./Long.); Less than 17 km away
Tags: Former municipalities of Finland, Populated places disestablished in 2009