(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
-free pdf?res 9F03E6DB153CE533A25756C1A9679C946095D6CF work publisher The New York Times date 15 January 1921 accessdate 11 January 2009 format PDF Kolehmainen, a devoted vegetarian and bricklayer by trade, was from a sportive family from Kuopio (his brothers Willy and Tatu, also an Olympian, were also strong long distance runners). He was one of the stars of the 1912 Summer Olympics
Sanomat International Edition first Pasi last Peltola date 5 January 2005 accessdate 30 December 2009 He played with OPS for two years, before moving to Koparit in Kuopio. Subsequently, he played in nine different clubs around Finland, appearing in 179 league matches, scoring 60 goals, and winning three championships (with OPS in 1979 and 1980 and with Kuusysi in 1984). '''Kuopion Palloseura''' (or '''KuPS''') is a Finnish (Finland) football (soccer) football
author Akers HF title Collaboration, vision and reality: water fluoridation in New Zealand (1952–1968) journal N Z Dent J volume 104 issue 4 pages 127–33 year 2008 pmid 19180863 url http: espace.library.uq.edu.au eserv UQ:159563 Akers_NZDJ_Dec_2008.pdf format PDF Fluoridation was introduced into Brazil in 1953, was regulated by federal law starting in 1974, and by 2004 was used by 71% of the population. WikiPedia:Kuopio commons:Kuopio
in Stockholm, winning three gold medals. His most memorable was the one in the 5000 m. In that event, he ran a heroic duel with Frenchman (France) Jean Bouin. After leading the field together for most of the race, Bouin was only defeated by Kolehmainen in the final metres – in World Record time. In addition, Kolehmainen won the 10000 m and the now discontinued cross country (cross country running) event. With the Finnish team, he also obtained a silver place in the cross country team event. * University of Eastern Finland, Kuopio Campus (enrollment ca. 6,000, in Kuopio) * Savonia University of Applied Sciences (enrollment ca. 6,000, in Kuopio (about 4,500), Varkaus and Iisalmi) * Kuopio department of Sibelius Academy (ca. 150 studying for Master of Music in Church music or Master of Arts (Master of Arts (postgraduate)) in Arts Management) group1 Municipalities list1 Iisalmi WikiPedia:Kuopio commons:Kuopio
three sides, which supplies loads of beaches and the feeling of water being always close. Part of the wooden houses arranged as a grid have been preserved in the centre which makes it a nice place to visit. Kuopio has a population of around 100,000. Tourist office * WikiPedia:Kuopio commons:Kuopio
) is a historical province (Historical provinces of Finland) in the east of Finland. It borders to Uusimaa (Uusimaa (historical province)), Tavastia (Tavastia (historical province)), Ostrobothnia (Ostrobothnia (historical province)), and Karelia (Finnish Karelia). Largest cities in Savonia by population are Kuopio, Mikkeli, Savonlinna and Varkaus. Sprengtporten was born in Porvoo (Swedish: ''Borgå''), Uusimaa (Uusimaa (historical province)) (Swedish: ''Nyland''), Kingdom of Sweden (now Finland). He entered the army and rose to the rank of captain during the Seven Years' War. He assisted his brother in the revolution of 1772, and in 1775 was made a colonel and brigadier of the Savolax (Savonia (historical province)) brigade in east Finland. Here he distinguished himself greatly as an organizer and administrator. The military school which he founded at Haapaniemi (then Tuhkaniemi) (Haapaniemi (Kuopio)), Kuopio (August 1, 1780 until May 1, 1781 when it was moved to Haapaniemi estate in Rantasalmi, where it operated until a transfer to Hamina in 1819) subsequently became a state institution (Hamina Cadet School). Other Georg Magnus Sprengtporten's Memorial stones are located in Harbour park (Satamapuisto) of Kuopio
; & "Karttula ja Kuopio yhteen" work Myöhänen, Pentti & Manner, Matias & Hartikainen, Jarno newspaper Savon Sanomat pages 1 and 3 year date 1 July 2008 url postscript Geography, Traffic Suonenjoki is situated between two important cities, Kuopio
. Public Health Service by 1951, and by 1960 water fluoridation had become widely used in the U.S., reaching about 50 million people. By 2006, 69.2% of the U.S. population on public water systems were receiving fluoridated water, amounting to 61.5% of the total U.S. population; 3.0% of the population on public water systems were receiving naturally occurring fluoride.
required for all sizeable public water systems and by 1996 reached 66% of the population. In other locations, fluoridation was used and then discontinued: in Kuopio, Finland, fluoridation was used for decades but was discontinued because the school dental service provided significant fluoride programs and the cavity risk was low, and in Basel, Switzerland, it was replaced with fluoridated salt. It is located in the province (provinces of Finland) of Eastern Finland and is part of the Southern Savonia region (regions of Finland) some WikiPedia:Kuopio commons:Kuopio
encouraged. The learning assignments can be focused to address the development needs of the student's own employer. Some of the programs might be led by a network of Finnish University of Applied Sciences, like Service Business with Rovaniemi and Turku University of Applied Sciences'. Teaching language is Finnish, but some programmes in English program are available. All of the programs are not available every year. Ownership *Five Northern Savonian municipalities: Iisalmi
'''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.