Hamina

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. The population of the main town is approximately 10,000. Hamina is unilingually Finnish (Finnish language) speaking. Valtatie 7 (Finnish national road 7) is by road connection to Helsinki which has been upgraded to a continuous motorway since September 2014. Hamina is also one of the most important harbours of Finland. The port specialises in forest products and transit cargo to Russia. One of Google's three European data centers is situated in Hamina. http: www.google.com about


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; to surviving claimants from the action. ''Cerberus'' then moved to the Mediterranean in 1810. right thumb Pelle Miljoona (2007) (Image:Pelle Miljoona Tammerkosken sillalla 2007 02.jpg) '''Pelle Miljoona''', real name ''Petri Samuli Tiili'' (born February 10, 1955 in Hamina, Finland) is a Finnish (Finland) punk rock musician,


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singer in the folk boom of the mid-1960s, his humorous songs, often mocking the authorities, became favorites of the Finnish people; to such extent that small "Irwin singalike" contests are continuously arranged by some pubs for entertainment. Goodman had continuing troubles with Finnish tax authorities and had ever-worsening problems with alcohol. His escapades were eagerly followed by sensationalist magazines such as Hymy. Goodman died of a myocardial infarction heart attack


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and aimed at toppling the pro-Austrian regime of Anna Leopoldovna. The coup did take place in December, but the new Tsarina, Elizaveta Petrovna, reneged on her promises to return the Baltic provinces to Sweden and continued the vigorous prosecution of the war, under the guidance of her pro-Austrian chancellor, Aleksey Bestuzhev. The sympathetic Orthodox Church of St. Peter and St. Paul in Hamina was completed in 1837. Built in the architectural style of Neoclassicism


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origin Hämeenlinna, Finland '''Irwin Goodman''' (real name: Antti Yrjö Hammarberg, 14 September 1943, Hämeenlinna – 14 January 1991, Hamina) was a popular Finnish (Finland) rock (rock music) and folk (Folk music) singer. In the late 1960s he was widely known as a protest singer (protest song). He recorded over 300 songs, most of which were his own compositions, with lyrics written by Vexi Salmi. Irwin Goodman started as a protest song


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Duchy of Finland , and of the rights of women and minorities, Mechelin's 1905–1908 government ("Mechelin's Senate") made Finland the first nation in the world with the universal right to vote (Universal suffrage) and to be elected. His period in office also saw the introduction of the freedom of expression (freedom of expression), the press (freedom of press), and of assembly (freedom of assembly). thumb left 150px Leo Mechelin's bust in Helsinki (File:Leo Mechelin Bust.jpg). Born in Hamina in 1839, the son of Gustaf Johan Mechelin and Amanda Gustava Costiander, Leo Mechelin studied at the University of Helsinki, gaining his Bachelor's (Bachelor's degree) and Master's (Master's degree) degree's in Philosophy in 1860, a Bachelor's degree in law in 1864, and a License (Licentiate) and Doctorate in 1873. The port handles mostly bulk cargoes. The tidal dock is almost entirely used for the import of timber from Scandinavia, Russia and the Baltic states. Regular ports of origin for timber cargoes include Hamina (Finland), Kalmar (Sweden), St.Petersburg (Russia), Tallinn (Estonia) and Riga (Latvia) though many other ports feature. There are also occasional imports of steel products which usually arrive from the near continent. The tidal dock generally only accommodates one vessel at a time. Service under Empress Elizabeth When the Russo-Swedish War (Russo-Swedish War, 1741-1743) broke out in 1741, the government of Anna Leopoldovna appointed him Commander-in-Chief as the most experienced among Russian generals. Lacy quickly struck against Finland and won his last brilliant victory at Lappeenranta (August 1741). The following year he rallied his forces and proceeded to capture Hamina, Porvoo and Hämeenlinna, by August encircling more than 17,000 Swedes near Helsinki and effectively bringing the hostilities to an end.


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: www.mtv3.fi helmi viikonvaihde artikkeli.shtml 925895 accessdate 5 February 2011 newspaper MTV3 date 3 August 2009 language Finnish who assembled his first band in 1977. His first single was ''Olen työtön'' (English: ''I am unemployed''). His biggest hit was in 1980 with ''Moottoritie on Kuuma'' (English: ''The Freeway is Hot''). This is also the title of his best-known album. Members of the band playing on that album include Andy McCoy and Sam Yaffa. Another well-known song by one of his groups is ''Tahdon rakastella sinua'' (English: ''I Want to Make Love to You''). This is usually considered to be Pelle Miljoona's song although it was sung by Tumppi Varonen, Pelle Miljoona on drums. Pelle Miljoona has had several bands, eg. ''Pelle Miljoona & N.U.S'', ''Pelle Miljoona & 1980'', ''Pelle Miljoona Oy'' and ''Pelle Miljoona Unabomber!''. death_date


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origin Hämeenlinna, Finland '''Irwin Goodman''' (real name: Antti Yrjö Hammarberg, 14 September 1943, Hämeenlinna – 14 January 1991, Hamina) was a popular Finnish (Finland) rock (rock music) and folk (Folk music) singer. In the late 1960s he was widely known as a protest singer (protest song). He recorded over 300 songs, most of which were his own compositions, with lyrics written by Vexi Salmi. Irwin Goodman started as a protest song


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in Finland. The Central Bastion was added at the end of the 18th century, and is currently used for cultural events. Churches *'''St. Mary's Church''', previously known as '''Vehkalahti Church''', is the oldest building in Kymenlaakso. It was originally built in the Middle Ages, but it was burnt in 1821 and the current neoclassical (Neoclassical architecture) exterior is designed by Carl Ludvig Engel and completed in 1828. The church has a museum dedicated to the church life from

the 18th century onwards.churches 28-marian-kirkko-ja-kirkkomuseo Hurmaava Hamina - The 15th century church of St Mary and church Museum churches h church_h.html Churches in Finland *'''St. John's Church''', formerly known as '''Hamina Church''', was built between 1841-1843. It was designed by Carl Ludvig Engel in the neoclassical style. http

: www.hurmaavahamina.fi index.php en see churches 30-johanneksen-kirkko Hurmaava Hamina - Church Of St John *'''Church of St. Peter and St. Paul'''. The Orthodox (Finnish Orthodox Church) church of St. Peter and St. Paul was built 1837. It was designed by Italian (Italian people)-French (French people) architect Louis Visconti. The architecture of the church is combination of neoclassical and Byzantine (Byzantine architecture) elements.

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( ) is water. The population density is . The population of the main town is approximately 10,000. Hamina is unilingually Finnish (Finnish language) speaking.

Valtatie 7 (Finnish national road 7) is by road connection to Helsinki which has been upgraded to a continuous motorway since September 2014. Hamina is also one of the most important harbours of Finland. The port specialises in forest products and transit cargo to Russia. One of Google's three European data centers is situated in Hamina. Hamina Data Center - Google Data centers

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