Mariehamn

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, Rauma (Rauma, Finland), Oulu. There is passenger traffic from Helsinki and Turku, which have ferry connections to Tallinn, Mariehamn and Stockholm. The Helsinki–Tallinn route, one of the busiest passenger sea routes in the world , has also been served by a helicopter line. Port logistics prices were among the lowest in OECD. Vuosaari harbour is the largest container port after completed in 2008. There is passenger traffic from

companies. Finnlines passenger-freight ferries to Gdynia, Poland, Travemünde, Germany and Rostock, Germany are also available. St Peter Line offers passenger ferry service to Saint Petersburg several times a week. * Jakobstad, Finland * Mariehamn, Åland Mariehamns stads vänorter. * Eslöv, Sweden * 35px link European route E16 (File:Tabliczka E16.svg) – : Derry

Cruiseferry align "Center" 1991 align "Center" 1991 Helsinki–Mariehamn–Stockholm 58,376 GT - The Swedish rail system is called SJ (SJ AB); it has slower-speed trains throughout the country and faster X2000 trains connecting the major cities. Connection by rail is possible to Norway and Denmark; connections to Finland are by bus, due to rail gauge differences. It's possible to take Silja Line Silja


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''Silja Serenade''''' is a cruiseferry owned by the Estonian shipping company Tallink Group (Tallink), Tallink corporate structure, retrieved 2008-09-08 operated under their Silja Line brand on a route connecting Helsinki, Finland to Stockholm, Sweden via Mariehamn. She was built in 1990 by Masa Yards, Turku, Finland. The ship was ordered on 26 October 1987 by Effoa for Silja Line traffic. The ship had a revolutionary interior layout, a promenade-street (Centerline promenade) running alongside the central axis of the ship for nearly her full length. This allowed amongst other things for a larger number of cabins with windows (today such promenades are found in the most recent ships of Royal Caribbean (Royal Caribbean International) and Color Line (Color Line (ferry operator))). Before the ship was completed Silja Line's owners Effoa and Johnson Line merged to form EffJohn, and it was to EffJohn that the Silja Serenade was delivered on 15 November 1990. On November 18 she began service on the route Helsinki–Stockholm route. Her original homeport was Helsinki, but in 1992 she was reflagged to the Ålandian shipregistry, her homeport altered to Mariehamn. This allowed Silja to make more money from her onboard slot machines and casino, due to legislation differences between Åland and the Finnish mainland. When Silja Line acquired MS ''Silja Europa'' (MS Silja Europa) in 1993 the Serenade was moved to the Turku–Mariehamn–Stockholm route. The Serenade was somewhat ill-suited for this route, her accommodations were not designed for daytime crossings and reportedly she steered poorly in the narrow archipelagoes of Stockholm, Åland and Turku. In 1995 it was decided that the Europa and Serenade switch routes, returning the Serenade to her original route, again sailing parallel to her sister ship Silja Symphony. In order to keep tax free sales on the Stockholm–Helsinki ships when the EU (European Union) changed its tax free legislation, a stop at Mariehamn was added to the route in July 1999. In early 2006, just prior to the sale of Silja Line to Tallink, Serenade and her sister had their interiors extensively rebuilt at Luonnonmaan telakka, Naantali. The ship was ordered on 26 October 1987 by Effoa for Silja Line traffic. The ship had a revolutionary interior layout, a promenade-street (Centerline promenade) running alongside the central axis of the ship for nearly her full length. This allowed amongst other things for a larger number of cabins with windows (today such promenades are found in the most recent ships of Royal Caribbean (Royal Caribbean International) and Color Line (Color Line (ferry operator))). Before the ship was completed Silja Line's owners Effoa and Johnson Line merged to form EffJohn, and it was to EffJohn that the Silja Serenade was delivered on 15 November 1990. On November 18 she began service on the route Helsinki–Stockholm route. Her original homeport was Helsinki, but in 1992 she was reflagged to the Ålandian shipregistry, her homeport altered to Mariehamn. This allowed Silja to make more money from her onboard slot machines and casino, due to legislation differences between Åland and the Finnish mainland. When Silja Line acquired MS ''Silja Europa'' (MS Silja Europa) in 1993 the Serenade was moved to the Turku–Mariehamn–Stockholm route. The Serenade was somewhat ill-suited for this route, her accommodations were not designed for daytime crossings and reportedly she steered poorly in the narrow archipelagoes of Stockholm, Åland and Turku. In 1995 it was decided that the Europa and Serenade switch routes, returning the Serenade to her original route, again sailing parallel to her sister ship Silja Symphony. In order to keep tax free sales on the Stockholm–Helsinki ships when the EU (European Union) changed its tax free legislation, a stop at Mariehamn was added to the route in July 1999. In early 2006, just prior to the sale of Silja Line to Tallink, Serenade and her sister had their interiors extensively rebuilt at Luonnonmaan telakka, Naantali. Ship registry Stockholm, WikiPedia:Mariehamn Dmoz:Regional Europe Finland Åland Localities Mariehamn Commons:Category:Mariehamn


century art

cruiseferries (Cruiseferry) traveling between Helsinki, Stockholm, Mariehamn, Tallinn and Rostock. The rest of the district comprises co-operative (housing cooperative) apartment buildings and several small parks. The western part of the residential area, known as the "Old Side" of Katajanokka, is an upscale neighborhood and a well-preserved example of early 20th century Art Nouveau architecture, though up until the mid-19th century – while the centre of Helsinki


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, but with blue stripes instead of black. With the ship continuing to lose money, in September 2005 Silja Line made public its plans to use cheaper foreign workforce on board. However they could not do so under the terms Swedish maritime worker's collective labour agreement. Two months later Silja Line decided to cut costs by concentrating on their core markets and the ''Silja Opera'', alongside the prestigious GTS ''Finnjet'' (GTS Finnjet), was to be sold. ref


cover band

1980–1985: Mariehamn, Ship route none Nikolo worked as a session musician and played the guitar in a Bulgarian cover band. While touring with the band


original appearance

newbuilding MS ''Birka Princess'' in her original appearance, photographed in Stockholm. During the 1996 summer season a short cruise from Helsinki to Tallinn was added to ''Mariella'''s schedule in place of the nine hours she normally spent in Helsinki. These "picnic cruises" proved to be unpopular and they were not continued the following summer. When the EU ended tax free sales on routes between member states in July 1999, Viking Line added a stop at Mariehamn, Åland to the Helsinki–Stockholm route. As Åland is not a part of the EU tax union, Viking Line could continue tax-free sales on its ships. * Lawhill history on Lars Bruzelius Website * 1:75 scale model of the steel four-masted barque Lawhill, 1892-1957 Currently in the office of Erikson's Capital AB at Mariehamn, Åland '''Marie of Hesse and by Rhine''' (8 August 1824 – 8 June 1880) was a princess of the Grand Duchy of Hesse and, as '''Maria Alexandrovna''' (''in Russian Мария Александровна''), Empress consort of Alexander II of Russia. She was born at Darmstadt, the capital of the Grand Duchy, and died at Saint Petersburg. The Mariinsky Theatre and the city Mariehamn in Åland are named after her. - align "center" bgcolor "#CCFFCC" 2004-04-17 Win align left WikiPedia:Mariehamn Dmoz:Regional Europe Finland Åland Localities Mariehamn Commons:Category:Mariehamn


buildings architecture

of the most interesting modern buildings. Architecture thumb left Saint George (File:Mariehamn Church.jpg)'s church Mariehamn features several buildings drawn by Finnish architect Lars Sonck, who moved to Åland as a child. Buildings drawn by him include the church of Mariehamn (1927), the main building of the Åland Maritime College (1927) and the town hall (1939). Hilda Hongell also designed several buildings, although only a few are still standing. Demographics


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;br 2006: Tallink 2006–2007: COMANAV 2007: Algérie Ferries 2007–2008: Kystlink 2010 onwards: Blue Line International Ship registry 1979–1988: Mariehamn, 2010 onwards

Mariehamn

thumb left (File:Mariehamn.jpg) '''Mariehamn''' ( of the inhabitants speak it as their native language.

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