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Hameenlinna, Finland

HÀmeenlinna is the administrative centre of the province of Southern Finland, a traditional and vibrant educational and

cultural town at the junction of nationally important rail, road and waterway network.

HÀmeenlinna presents the ideal combination of nature and culture. Already 365 years old, the city is full of historical sights and surrounded by beautiful nature reserves. The city's landmark is its medieval red brick castle and HÀmeenlinna is also famous for its unique Aulanko Park and as the birthplace of Finnish composer Jean Sibelius.

Today, HÀmeenlinna enjoys a vibrant commercial and artistic life. Amongst its best-known output are beautiful and valuable design products. A stroll down Raatihuoneenkatu street sampling the city's sights, restaurants and boutiques, will give the visitor a first taste of this historical city.