Pori

What is Pori known for?


speaking family

'''Axel Waldemar Gallén''' in Pori, Finland in a Swedish-speaking (Swedish-speaking Finns) family. His father Peter Gallén worked as police chief and lawyer. Martin, T. & Pusa, E. 1985, p. 5. At the age of 11 he was sent to Helsinki to study at a grammar school, because his father opposed his ambition to become a painter. After his father's death in 1879, Gallen-Kallela attended drawing classes at the Finnish Art Society (1881-4) and studied privately under


guitar work

Haukio decided to focus on his guitar work. Bassist Teemu Heinola was not appointed until after the band's first demo (demo (music)), ''Before Birth'', which attracted attention from French (France) record label Listenable Records in 2001.

bass guitar work providing a counterpoint to the guitar attack; and often indecipherable lyrics delivered both in Spanish (Spanish language) and in English (English language). Some comparisons have been made to bands like Cardiacs (Turtle's 1994 album in fact has a song titled ''Cardiako'') and NoMeansNo. * '''27''' the rest of southern Satakunta * '''28''' Pori (including Ulvila) * '''29''' the rest of northern Satakunta Early life and training Crusell was born in Uusikaupunki (Swedish: Nystad), Finland, into a poor family of bookbinders. His grandfather, Bernhard Kruselius had learned the trade of bookbinding in Turku and Stockholm, then settled in Pori where he fathered nine children, including Crusell's father Jakob, who also became a bookbinder. In 1765, after Jakob completed his apprenticeship, he moved to Uusikaupunki and married Helena Ylander, but she died about one year later. In 1769 he married Margaretha Messman. The couple had four children, but Bernhard was the only one who lived to become an adult. Biography of B. H. Crusell at the Crusell Society website. Accessed 8 March 2010. Later in life Crusell described this period of his life, writing in the third person (Grammatical person): Prior to entering service the ''Isabella'' visited Pori, Finland where the ship was displayed to the public on 1989-07-03. She had originally been planned to replace MS ''Rosella'' (MS Rosella) on the Naantali–Mariehamn–Kapellskär route, but the authorities of Kapellskär failed to modernise the port of the town to accommodate a ship of such large size. Commons:Pori


local top

championship publisher Yle News date April 25, 2013 language accessdate November 13, 2013 Their victory parade gathered some 20,000 people to the Pori market square. Local top football side FC Jazz have won


music theory

universities nationwide. BYU offers degree programs in Music (Music theory), Music Education, Music Performance, Jazz Studies and many more. * Life Gallen-Kallela was born


work providing

bass guitar work providing a counterpoint to the guitar attack; and often indecipherable lyrics delivered both in Spanish (Spanish language) and in English (English language). Some comparisons have been made to bands like Cardiacs (Turtle's 1994 album in fact has a song titled ''Cardiako'') and NoMeansNo. * '''27''' the rest of southern Satakunta * '''28''' Pori (including Ulvila) * '''29''' the rest of northern Satakunta Early life and training Crusell


rock progressive

at www.circlefinland.com Their eclectic style is "ever changing, ever Circular", classified into genres such as progressive (Progressive rock), Krautrock, ambient (ambient music), heavy metal (heavy metal music), speed-kraut, and avant-rock, among others. On some albums they have defined themselves as New Wave of Finnish Heavy Metal (NWOFHM). The Allmusic blog ref>


picturesque+wooden

61.4894 long 21.7923 directions phone tollfree fax hours price content The Theater building and its neighbouring house Hotel Otava, the world's first theater house built for performances in Finnish. * Commons:Pori


wooden buildings

. Reposaari is a unique village with a townscape of mostly wooden buildings and a population of 1,000 people. The island has a church, marina, hostel, camping site, several restaurants and a fishing port. Reposaaren yhdyskunta Finnish National Board of Antiquities. (in Finnish). Retrieved 28 November 2013. Juselius Mausoleum at the Käppärä Cemetery was built in 1901 for the 11-year-old daughter of businessman Fritz Arthur Jusélius. It is the only mausoleum in Finland. The building is decorated with a frescoes by Akseli Gallen-Kallela who is one of Finland's most prominent painters. Kirjurinluoto is an island and park at the delta (River delta) of river Kokemäenjoki by the city center. On the south side of the river stand the Empire style buildings of the "old town", raised after the 1852 city fire. 1841 built Old Town Hall (Pori Old Town Hall) is one of the few buildings saved from the fire. Central Pori Church and the Greek Orthodox Church of Pori dedicated to John the Theologian are the most notable churches. The Sights City of Pori. Retrieved 28 November 2013. 10 kilometres outside the city at the municipality of Ulvila are the Medieval St. Olaf's Church (St. Olaf's Church, Ulvila) and the 18th century ironworks of Leineperi. Villa Mairea is a design of Finland's most famous architect Alvar Aalto. It is considered as one of his most significant works. The villa is widely known all over the world among the ones interested in modern architecture. Commons:Pori


life writing

. The couple had four children, but Bernhard was the only one who lived to become an adult. Biography of B. H. Crusell at the Crusell Society website. Accessed 8 March 2010. Later in life Crusell described this period of his life, writing in the third person (Grammatical person): Prior to entering service the ''Isabella'' visited Pori, Finland where the ship was displayed to the public on 1989-07-03. She had originally been planned to replace MS ''Rosella'' (MS Rosella) on the Naantali–Mariehamn–Kapellskär route, but the authorities of Kapellskär failed to modernise the port of the town to accommodate a ship of such large size. Commons:Pori


arts music

julkaisut 5yzhfCQ9Z Tilastollinen_vuosikirja_2011.pdf title Porin kaupungin tilastollinen vuosikirja 2011 accessdate 20 July 2011 pages page 8 (PDF p.20) language Finnish publisher Porin kaupunki date May 2011 Notable people thumb Akseli Gallen-Kallela, self-portrait (1897) (File:Aleksi Gallen-kallela.jpg) '''Arts, music and society''' *Antti Ahlström - businessman *Elin Danielson-Gambogi - painter *Akseli Gallen-Kallela - painter *Maire Gullichsen - art

Pori

'''Pori''' ( ). Pori is the capital of the Satakunta (Satakunta (region)) region (regions of Finland).

The municipality has a population of largest city in Finland, and the 7th largest urban area.

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