: books.google.com books?id 4gCcAAAAMAAJ year 1994 publisher Office des publications officielles des Communautés européennes isbn 978-92-826-6919-8 page 54 The government-run Kainuu Music Institute was founded in 1957, and is part of the Kaukametsä Congress and Culture Centre. It is one of the largest musical institutes in Finland, with an enrollment of about 900 from the wider Kainuu region. Wikipedia:Kajaani Commons:Category:Kajaani
url http: www.balls.fi ravintola email address Lönnrotinkatu 5 lat 64.2230 long 27.7306 directions phone +35844 358 6411 tollfree fax hours Sun-Tue 11AM - 02AM, Wed-Sat 11AM - 03AM price content Local rock´n´roll fans stare their half empty pints in this place, that offers rock and metal gigs at weekends. Sleep Budget *
constructed a school band, playing mainly rock & roll, but soon after that he formed a group of local dance bands. He embarked his career by playing with other musicians like Kajaani Big Band (1969–1972), Kisu & Uniset (1970–1971), Markku Suominen's Monopol (1970–1971), Tapiola Big Band (1972–1974), Oulunkylä Big Band (1972–1974), Maarit & Afrikan Tähti (1972–1973), Kalevala (1972–1973), SIMO Big Band(pre-UMO)(1972–1973), Jukka Tolonen's band (1973–1974), Heikki Sarmanto's band
lake to the northwest of the town and features residential houses and about 150 summer cottages and holiday apartments, and Caterpillar Island (Toukka) lies in the eastern part of the lake. Also within the municipality is the , which is a notable nesting area for Great black-backed gull and ospreys.
64.2096 long 27.7300 directions phone (08) 6141 515 tollfree fax hours Mon-Fri 10AM - 11:30PM, Sat-Sun 11AM - 11:30PM price €5-9 content Famous local hamburger-grill. Big take-away dishes of kebab and fries, but location is rather far away from the city center. *
constructed a school band, playing mainly rock & roll, but soon after that he formed a group of local dance bands. He embarked his career by playing with other musicians like Kajaani Big Band (1969–1972), Kisu & Uniset (1970–1971), Markku Suominen's Monopol (1970–1971), Tapiola Big Band (1972–1974), Oulunkylä Big Band (1972–1974), Maarit & Afrikan Tähti (1972–1973), Kalevala (1972–1973), SIMO Big Band(pre-UMO)(1972–1973), Jukka Tolonen's band (1973–1974), Heikki Sarmanto's band (1979), Sensation Band of Addis Ababa (1976), Mahmoud Ahmed's Ibex Band (1976), Etoile de Dakar (1979), Espoo Big Band (1990), Samuli Mikkonen & 7 henkeä (2003), Kingston Wall (1992–1994), Amorphis (1999–2001), Pori Jazz All Stars, Okay Temiz (several different bands 1992-2008) and so on. He founded the group "Piirpauke" in 1974 . Apart from that, he performed with other artists like Aladji Faye, Tilahun Gessesse, Youssou Ndour, John McLaughlin (John McLaughlin (musician)), Pat Metheny, Bob Mose, Lester Bowie, David Schnitter ,Polo Orti, Aster Aweke , Rainer Bruninghaus, Jakob Magnusson, Jon Eberson, Stefan Nilsson, Anders Kjellberg, Zakir Hussein, Ivo Papasoff, Ran Diallo, Finn Siegler, Baluji Shrivastav, Charlie Mariano, Thad Jones, Gunter Christmann, Paquito d'Rivera, Ted Curson, Walter Bishop Jr., Herbie Hanckock's Head Hunters, Marian Petrescu, Zoltan Lantos, Mihail Petrescu, Kornel Horvath, Borbely Mihaly, Wladislaw Jagiello, Wojeck Tschaikowsky, Hamid Drake, Bill Öhrström, Coste Apetrea, Bruno Råberg, Richie Cole, Raivo Tafenau, Hüsnü Şenlendirici, Ergun Senlenderici, Jimi Mbaye,Yamar Thiam, Orchestra Baobab, No. 1 de Dakar, Super Diamono de Dakar, Ethio Stars, Assane Thiam, Eric M'backe-N'doye, Alla Seck, Ali Birra, Mike Rose, Antonio Coronel , Pepe Roca, Alameda, Juan Carlos Romero and numerous Finnish musicians. islands cities Kajaani, Paltamo, Vaala reference Finnish Environment Institute: Finnish lakes larger than 40 square kilometers Oulujärvi – Kainuun meri Wikipedia:Kajaani Commons:Category:Kajaani
of :Category:Cities and towns in Finland. Jakobstad is way too small to deserve its own category at this point. The category has a total of '''three''' articles, one for the city itself and two for historical people associated with it. To see how minor this city is compared to the others with their own categories, see List of Finnish municipalities by population and the other Finnish city categories. Currently the '''next smallest''' city with its own category is Kajaani (see :Category:Kajaani), which also has very few articles. Kajaani is at place 21 - Jakobstad is at place 54. That's a bigger difference in placings than between Kajaani and the biggest city, Helsinki. According to the list, Kajaani has 35842 people, Jakobstad has 19457. That means Kajaani is 1.84 times as big as Jakobstad, '''and still''' is a reasonably small city in Finland. Keep in mind that of the other cities with their own categories, Kajaani is the '''smallest''', and even then it has such a huge difference compared to Jakobstad. I recommend this category be '''deleted'''. J I P (User:JIP) Talk (User talk:JIP) 11:29, 19 January 2006 (UTC) *'''Delete''' Rankings aren't important, but the non-existence of articles for categorisation is. Biographies are marginal items in a city category anyway. CalJW (User:CalJW) 17:27, 19 January 2006 (UTC) When Huovinen was six months old, his family moved to Sotkamo, where he lived until his death. As a child, Huovinen was known as well-mannered, yet he had a reputation for outlandish stories and occasional mischief. He went to high school in Kajaani, but his studies were interrupted in 1944 when he served as a volunteer AA gunner in the Finnish Army. He graduated after the war in 1946, enrolling in the University of Helsinki, from where he graduated with a M.A. in forestry in 1952. - AC Kajaani Kajaani Pohjois-Suomi (SPL Pohjois-Suomen piiri) AC Kajaani Kakkonen * * - logosize 150px city Kajaani, Finland league Mestis '''Hokki''' are a Finnish (Finland) ice hockey team based at Kajaani. Established in 1968 (1968 in sports). Full name of the club is ''Kajaanin Hokki''. align center 2011 Kajaani, Finland -bgcolor "#eeeeee" align center try-out Kajaani, Finland -bgcolor "#eeeeee" thumb right 300px Kajaani Castle ruins. (Image:Kajaanin linna.jpg) The '''Kajaani castle''' (Finnish (Finnish language): ''Kajaanin linna'', Swedish (Swedish language): ''Kajaneborg'', ''Kajaneborgs slott'', or with older spelling ''Cajanaborg'') was built on the Ämmäkoski island of the Kajaani river in the centre of Kajaani, Finland, in the century. Wikipedia:Kajaani Commons:Category:Kajaani
the station's loudspeaker system. The first carriage of the four runaway cars mounted the concrete barrier. Members of the public in an Ernst & Young office beyond the end of the platform and those in the Holiday Inn hotel above the platforms all escaped without injury. The first carriage then struck the hotel's conference room,
crashes into hotel author Press Association location United Kingdom date 2010-01-04 accessdate 2010-01-04 publisher Google News causing extensive damage to the room. Wikipedia:Kajaani Commons:Category:Kajaani
- Yrkeshögskola polytechnical institute in Kajaani, which had an enrollment of 653 students in the mid 1990s.
'''Kajaani''' ( inhabitants.
The town began in the 17th century, fuelled by the growth of the tar industry. It succumbed to Russian forces during the Greater Wrath of the 18th century, who ruined the castle in 1716. Today, the local economy is driven by mainly the sawmill, lumber and paper (paper industry) industries, although UPM Kymmene's Kajaani paper mill, the main employer from 1907 until 2008, has now closed. Kajaani Church was built in 1896 in the Neo-Gothic style by architect Jac Ahrenberg, replacing an earlier church. Kajaani Town Theatre was established in 1969.
Kajaani is home to two football clubs, AC Kajaani and Kajaanin Haka, and ice hockey team Hokki. Kajaani University of Applied Sciences, a small university of applied sciences, was established in 1992.