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of them are small venues, but some have gained renown even abroad. The most prolific would be the Love & Anarchy (Helsinki Film Festival) film festival (also known as Helsinki International Film Festival), which features films on a wide spectrum. Night Visions Film Festival on the other hand focuses on genre cinema, screening horror (horror film), fantasy and science fiction films in very popular movie marathons that take whole night. Another popular film festival is DocPoint, a festival that focuses solely on documentary (documentary film) cinema. Commons:Category:Helsinki Wikipedia:Helsinki Dmoz:Regional Europe Finland Southern Finland Localities Helsinki
mutiny of 1919. After the Kronstadt rebellion the Bolshevik government lost interest in maintaining the battleships, and they were laid up in November–December 1923. The '''''Gangut''-class''' battleships were the first dreadnoughts begun for the Imperial Russian Navy before World War I. They had a convoluted design history involving several British (United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland) companies, evolving requirements, an international design competition, and foreign protests. Their role was to defend the mouth of the Gulf of Finland against the Germans, who never tried to enter, so the ships spent their time training and providing cover for minelaying (Minelayer) operations. Their crews participated in the general mutiny of the Baltic Fleet after the February Revolution in 1917, and joined the Bolsheviks the following year. The Russians were forced to evacuate their naval base at Helsinki after Finland became independent in December 1917. The ''Gangut''-class ships led the first contingent of ships to Kronstadt even though the Gulf of Finland was still frozen. World Championships (2005 World Championships in Athletics – Women's long jump) Helsinki, Finland 20th Rules thumb 250px Men's 20 km walk during the 2005 World Championships in Athletics (Image:2005 World Championships in Athletics2.jpg) in Helsinki, Finland. Commons:Category:Helsinki Wikipedia:Helsinki Dmoz:Regional Europe Finland Southern Finland Localities Helsinki
. The '''City-Center''' was a plan to raze and rebuild the block between the central Helsinki streets of Kaivokatu, Keskuskatu and Aleksanterinkatu, creating a unified, modern appearance for the area. Originally drafted between 1958 and 1960 by Viljo Revell, Heikki Castrén continued work on the plan after Revell's death in 1964. The fulfillment of the plan would have required the demolition of several old buildings that are today considered to be a vital part of Helsinki's heritage. European Championships (1994 European Championships in Athletics) Helsinki, Finland bgcolor "gold" align "center" 1st European Championships (1994 European Championships in Athletics) Helsinki, Finland bgcolor "silver" align "center" 2nd - 1 21 August 2002 Olympic Stadium (Helsinki Olympic Stadium), Helsinki Commons:Category:Helsinki Wikipedia:Helsinki Dmoz:Regional Europe Finland Southern Finland Localities Helsinki
Orienteering Federation date '''Sinebrychoff Brewery''' is a Finnish brewery and soft drinks company. It was founded in 1819 in Helsinki, Finland by Russian colonist Nikolai Sinebrychoff ( ), and is one of the largest breweries in Finland today. It has since become part of Carlsberg (Carlsberg Group) Breweries A S. - Kettupäivät 1982 Helsinki Special interest Annual Finnish (Finnish language) short
of the Wacken Road Show. During some of the Germany tour, Lordi played as Nightwish's warm-up act. The tour boosted both bands' popularity in Germany and helped them sign a recording contract with the German record company Drakkar. Nightwish had already achieved solid success of joint concerts in Germany and Lordi also raised their profile in Germany. genre Glam metal, gothic rock, hard rock, gothic metal, Dark rock origin Helsinki
chairman of Nokia and Kymmene Corporation Casimir Ehrnrooth are from his family line. '''1982:''' * On July 29 Lillak threw for a new world record (List of world records in athletics) in Helsinki: 72.40 meters. However, the record was broken the following September when Greek (Greece) thrower Sofia Sakorafa reached 74.20 meters. * Lillak finished fourth in the 1982 European Championships in Athletics, which were held in Athens. * On June 13 Lillak again broke the world record, throwing 74.76 meters in Tampere. This distance remained a world record until June 1985, and also stood as a national record for Finland until 1999, when the javelin type was altered and the former records were wiped clean. * In the 1983 World Championships in Athletics held in Helsinki, Lillak became the champion in front of her home crowd when she threw for 70.82 meters (enough for the win) on her last attempt leaving Britain (United Kingdom)'s 2nd placed Fatima Whitbread in tears at Trackside as she went running off down the track celebrating with the ecstatic crowd. The whole season was a success for Lillak, who threw over 70 meters in 16 separate competitions and didn't lose a single time. '''1984:''' The musical was performed in Helsinki, Finland, at the Helsingin kaupunginteatteri from August 28, 2008 to May 9, 2009. "'Rebecca' in Helsinki, Helsingin kaupunginteatteri". Eclipsis.org, accessed February 5, 2011 Commons:Category:Helsinki Wikipedia:Helsinki Dmoz:Regional Europe Finland Southern Finland Localities Helsinki
(band) '''Saima Rauha Maria Harmaja''' (May 8, 1913, Helsinki – April 21, 1937) was a Finnish (Finland) poet and writer. She is known for her tragic life and early death, which are reflected in her sensitive poems. History The ship was built at the Helsinki New Shipyard in Helsinki, Finland in 1976. Named after an early Bolshevik leader and Soviet diplomat Leonid Krasin and an Krasin (1916 icebreaker) earlier icebreaker
with the Swiss officials, concerning the entry of professional skiers in the Games, prompted the IOC to reattribute them for the second consecutive time to Garmisch-Partenkirchen, on 1939-06-09. They were cancelled as well because of the war. '''''London''' ref name "WW2
'''Helsinki''' ( west of Saint Petersburg, Russia. Helsinki has close historical connections (History of Helsinki) with these three cities.
The Helsinki metropolitan area includes urban core (urban area) of Helsinki, Espoo, Vantaa, Kauniainen and surrounding commuter towns (Greater Helsinki#Statistics). It is the world's northernmost metro area (List of northernmost items#Cities and settlements) of over one million people, and the city is the northernmost capital of an EU member state (Member state of the European Union). The Helsinki metropolitan area is the fourth largest Nordic metropolitan area after the metropolitan areas of Copenhagen (Copenhagen metropolitan area), Stockholm (Stockholm metropolitan area) and Oslo (Greater Oslo Region) and Helsinki city is the third biggest Nordic city after Stockholm and Oslo.
Helsinki is Finland's major political, educational, financial, cultural and research centre as well as one of northern Europe's major cities. Approximately 70% of foreign companies operating in Finland have settled in the Helsinki region. The nearby municipality of Vantaa is the location of Helsinki Airport, with frequent service to various destinations in Europe and Asia.
In 2009, Helsinki was chosen to be the World Design Capital for 2012 by the International Council of Societies of Industrial Design, narrowly beating Eindhoven for the title.
In the Economist Intelligence Unit's August 2012 Liveability survey, assessing the best and worst cities to live in, Helsinki placed eighth best overall.