Lahti

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leading sports

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


sports+education

. 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


team large

''' Salt Lake City Boklöv competed in two Winter Olympics, finishing seventh in the team large hill event at Calgary in 1988 Winter

Olympics 1988 and 47th in the individual normal hill at Albertville in 1992 (1992 Winter Olympics). At the 1989 FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Lahti, he finished fifth in the team large hill and tenth in the individual normal hill events for his best finishes. In 1990 at Vikersund, Boklöv finished 27th at the Ski-flying World Championships. Organisations and competitions The Finnish championships for mölkky have been organised in Lahti since 1997 by the union


opera quot

in July 2006, this time as the main act; she sang alongside Finnish tenor Raimo Sirkiä, supported by the Kuopio Symphonic Orchestra. Turunen performed classical arias like "O mio babbino caro" by Puccini (Giacomo Puccini), "Libiamo ne' lieti calici" by Verdi (Giuseppe Verdi) and some songs from Andrew Lloyd Webber—"Don't Cry for Me Argentina" and "Phantom of the Opera"—among other songs.


genre comedy

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


events+business

– Official city website. * Lahti Guide – information for visitors to Lahti. * Lahti region - Living, business and travel information. * Lahti info - News, events, business and other information. * Lahti video - documentary about city of Lahti * '''Maps''' *Map Service * http


helsinki

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. History Lahti was first mentioned in documents in 1445. The village belonged to the parish of Hollola and was located at the medieval trade route of Ylinen Viipurintie, which linked the towns of Hämeenlinna and Vyborg. File:Alfred-Caweenin-asemaaka

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

University Consortium''''' * International Institute of Applied Aesthetics * University of Helsinki, Department of Ecological and Environmental Sciences * University of Helsinki, Palmenia Center for Research and Continuing Education, Lahti Unit * University of Helsinki, Open University, Lahti Unit * Helsinki University of Technology, Lahti Unit * Tampere University of Technology, Lahti Unit * Lappeenranta University of Technology, Lahti Unit


industry production

by the collapse of Finnish-Soviet trade and by the recession in the early 1990s. The value of production slumped, especially in the mechanical engineering industry and other manufacturing industries (e.g. the furniture industry). Production also decreased in the textile and clothing industry. In 1990, there were 90,370 jobs in the Lahti Region. The number of jobs diminished over the next couple of years, so that in 1993 there were fewer than 70,000 jobs in the Lahti Region. The number of jobs


sports career

in Lahti, Finland) is a Finnish (Finnish people) retired ice hockey goaltender. He was drafted by the Atlanta Thrashers as their sixth-round pick, #189 overall, in the 2001 NHL Entry Draft. birth_date birth_place Lahti, FIN (Finland) draft 156th overall DATE OF BIRTH March 19, 1970 PLACE OF BIRTH Lahti, FIN (Finland) DATE OF DEATH Early Sports Career Rauhe was selected for the 1997


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Lahti

'''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.

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