Sysmä group2 Former municipalities align center 2013 Lahti, Finland -bgcolor "#eeeeee" Early life Lahti was born in Birmingham, Michigan, the daughter of Elizabeth Margaret (née (married and maiden names) Tabar), a painter (Painting), homemaker and nurse, and Paul Theodore Lahti, a surgeon. Christine Lahti Biography Film
Summer Olympics football preliminaries. The city endeavors for achievements in sport, which has led to such things as the hosting of a World Games event. As of 2010, it is the only city to host the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships six times, doing so in 1926, 1938, 1958, 1978, 1989, and 2001. The city also has an ice hockey team, the Lahden Pelicans (Pelicans (ice hockey)), an Association Football (soccer) club, FC Lahti, and a basketball team Namika Lahti
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of Nastola, is one of the leading sports and training centres in Finland. Lahti is also the home of Helsinki University's department of Environmental and Ecological Sciences (Faculty of Biosciences). It's the only science department of the University of Helsinki located outside the greater Helsinki area. class "wikitable collapsible collapsed" style "width:45em" !Tertiary education - '''''Lahti
commonplace in suburbs of Lahti. Things are however now looking brighter again with a new direct railroad to Helsinki and city centre being revamped. Understand Lahti has a population of 100,000 making it the 7th largest city in Finland by population. The area of the city is 154,6 square kilometres, of which 19,54 km² is water. Current mayor of Lahti is Jyrki Myllyvirta. Get in By car Lahti is exactly 104 km from Helsinki, a one-hour drive on freeway
. The institute has gained international recognition in particular for jewelry and industrial design. Other areas of expertise include metal, woodworking and furniture. The Faculty of Physical Activity at Lahti University of Applied Sciences offers a bachelor's degree programme in Sports Studies. The Sports Institute of Finland, which is based in Vierumäki near Lahti, is the most versatile centre of sports education in the country. In addition, Pajulahti Training Center, located in the neighboring town
page accessdate 1 January 2010 work Local Finland publisher The Association of Finnish Local and Regional Authorities location Helsinki and a federacy with Åland. A total of about one million residents live in the Greater Helsinki area (which includes Helsinki, Espoo, Kauniainen and Vantaa), and a third of the country's GDP (Gross domestic product) is produced there. Other larger cities include Tampere, Turku, Oulu, Jyväskylä, Lahti
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Jan 2005 (UTC) background group_or_band origin Lahti, Suomi genre Comedy rock thumb upright The towers of Lahti longwave transmitter in 2006 (Image:Radio masts.Lahti.1928.20060205 PM.jpg) The '''Lahti longwave transmitter''' was a facility for long wave transmission at Lahti, Finland. It was inaugurated in 1927 and used as an aerial (Antenna (radio)) a T-type aerial spun between two 150 metre high free standing steel framework towers
colors and in-house print designs. IVANAhelsinki's factory is in Lahti, with a flagship store in Helsinki. At the end of 2005, Turunen performed several classical concerts in Finland, Germany, Spain, and Romania. Since she expected to participate in another Nightwish album
Hall in Lahti, Finland; it was broadcast live by the Finnish channel YLE TV2 for 450,000 viewers. She was nominated for the Finnish Emma Award (Emma-gaala) as Best Soloist of 2006. The following year, Turunen recorded vocals
'''Lahti''' ( ) is a city (List of cities and towns in Finland) and municipality (Municipalities of Finland) in Finland.
Lahti is the capital of the Päijänne Tavastia region (Päijänne Tavastia). It is situated on a bay at the southern end of lake Vesijärvi about north-east of the capital Helsinki. In English, the Finnish word Lahti literally means ''bay''. The Lahti region is growing and is one of the main economic hubs of Finland.
The symbol of the city depicts a train wheel surrounded by sparkling flames.