work YLE News date 2010-01-04 accessdate 2010-01-04 ) in order to minimise damage to the main station area. Passengers aboard an adjacent commuter train waiting to depart were ordered to leave their train and run away from the area and announcements were made over 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
of ''Kalevipoeg'' (1853; 13,817 verses (Verse (poetry))) could not be printed due to censorship. The second, thoroughly revised version (19,087 verses) was published in sequels as an academic publication by the Learned Estonian Society in 1857–1861. The publication included a translation into German (German language). In 1862, the third, somewhat abridged version (19,023 verses) came out. This was a book for common readers. It was printed in Kuopio, Finland. The Finnish Army (Finnish Defence Forces) acquired moderate amounts of Stens in the late 1950s, mainly Mk. III versions. Refurbishment at the Kuopio Arsenal included bluing (Bluing (steel)) of the arms. Stens in Finnish service saw limited usage by conscripts (notably combat swimmers) and were mostly stockpiled for use in a future mobilization. The plan of the Swedish commander, Johan Adam Cronstedt, was to retreat into Ostrobothnia (Ostrobothnia (historical province)) leaving only the isolated fortresses of Svartholm (Svartholm fortress) and Sveaborg behind. In March, the Russians with only modest troops overran, basically without resistance: Kuopio; Tampere; Jakobstad; Svartholm, which surrendered after a short siege; Helsinki; Hanko; and landed in Gotland and the Åland Islands. Buxhoevden laid siege to Sveaborg, which surrendered on May 3 with 6,000 soldiers, 100 vessels, and more than 700 cannons, as the commanding officer Carl Olof Cronstedt and his council thought that resistance was futile. Flying Finn operated daily flights between Helsinki and Oulu. It also ran limited services between Helsinki and Rovaniemi, Kuopio and London Stansted (London Stansted Airport). * WikiPedia:Kuopio commons:Kuopio
of the Case Areas publisher VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland page 8 url http: virtual.vtt.fi virtual prompt case%20areas.pdf date 2 May 2002 isbn This setup dates back all the way to 1776 and the first town plan by Pehr Kjellman. Originally rännikatu, gränd (Alley) (in Swedish) were created as a fire barrier to prevent a possible fire escalating in a city mostly built with wood. WikiPedia:Kuopio commons:Kuopio
- Kruunupyy Airport **Kuopio - Kuopio Airport **Kuusamo - Kuusamo Airport seasonal '''Juho Pietari "Hannes" Kolehmainen''' ( ) (9 December 1889, Kuopio – 11 January 1966) was a Finnish (Finland) long-distance (long-distance track event) runner. He is considered to be the first of a generation of great Finnish long distance runners, often named the "Flying Finns (Flying Finn (athlete))"
range of musical (from kindergarten to doctorate-level studies) and dance education is available and the cultural life is active. Notable events include ANTI – Contemporary Art Festival, Kuopio Dance Festival, Kuopio Rockcock, Kuopio Wine Festival, Kuopio Marathon and Finland Ice Marathon in winter. A notable place, however, to enjoy the local flavor of Kuopio life and food is Sampo, a fish restaurant loved by locals and tourists as well. Kuopio is known for its association with a national
of the Opera (song) The Phantom Of The Opera ," which Hietala has covered with Nightwish as well. Personal life Hietala is married to his wife Manki and has two children, twin boys Antto and Miro. He and his family currently live in Kuopio, Finland. When he is not touring he enjoys reading books, playing video games and watching movies. He especially likes fantasy, horror and science fiction books as mentioned in the official Nightwish website. File:Old Östersund.png thumb left
(built 1882–1886) on a fair day. thumb 200px Puijo tower (File:Puijo Tower Kuopio Finland.png), built in 1963 (3rd; 2nd from 1906 was demolished when this was completed; 1st was built in 1856) Kuopio has always been a city of education. Some of the first schools offering education in Finnish (Finnish language) (such as the School for the Blind in 1871, and the Trade School in 1887) were established in Kuopio. Currently the most important institutions are the University of Eastern
ksmlRalliSivut 1979 27_8_1979_sivu11.pdf accessdate 28 November 2011 language Finnish alias origin Kuopio, Finland genre Black doom (Black metal#Black doom) '''Barathrum''' is a Finnish (Finland) black doom (black metal#Black doom) band. They originate from Kuopio but have since re-located to Helsinki. The first letters of their full-length albums spell "HEIL SOVA" (referring to the band's
''"The Pastor's Family"'' is her best known. In her time, she became a controversial figure, due to the asynchrony between her ideas and those of her time, and in part due to her strong advocacy for her point of view. alias Winterwolf origin Kuopio, Finland genre Death metal Thrash metal '''Deathchain''' (originally named ''Winterwolf'') is a metal band from Kuopio, Finland, which incorporates
'''Kuopio''' is a city and a municipality located in the region of Northern Savonia, Finland. A population of The population of the entire Kuopio region is 119,472. ''Kuopion Kaupunkilehti'', 19 March 2008, bottom of page 4)
The town of Nilsiä joined Kuopio at the beginning of the year 2013 and Kuopio’s population surpassed the 100,000 mark.