Kouvola

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written+short

'' (''Midsummer Dances'') from 1964. He was released on probation, but finally pardoned by the Finnish president Urho Kekkonen in 1968. The new editions of the book were published as censored versions up until 1990. Salama has written short stories as well as novels and won many literary awards in Scandinavia. KyAMK Kotka, Kouvola WikiPedia:Kouvola Commons:Category:Kouvola


rock paintings

€, Children under 18: free content The museum can be visited on guided tours only. The tours in Finnish begin each hour, the first one at 10AM. Tours in languages other than Finnish are arranged on request. You can also hike a 2 km forest trail or see rock paintings of human figures and animals made by ancient artists some 9,000 years old. Do *


playing guitar

. Another group would attack northwards to Käkisalmi (Priozersk) (now Priozersk, Russia) and surround the Finns defending the eastern VKT-line while preparations would be made for an advance towards Kotka, Kouvola and the Kymi river. Brothers Joni and Antti Koskinen formed the band in Kouvola (w:Kouvola) with Joni playing guitar and growling (w:death growl) while Antti played keyboard and sings backing


large military

of 1918 ended on 15 May, when the Whites took over Ino (Fort Ino), a Russian coastal artillery base on the Karelian Isthmus, from the Russian troops. White Finland and General Mannerheim celebrated the victory with a large military parade in Helsinki on 16 May 1918. WikiPedia:Kouvola Commons:Category:Kouvola


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+358 5 8288 288 price checkin checkout content Connect Go next *Lappeenranta — 87 km east. An old fortress and the entrance point to either the Finnish Lakeland or Russia. *Kotka — 57 km south. Where Kymenlaakso region meets the sea. An aquarium, a maritime centre and an imperial fishing lodge. *Lahti — 62 km west. Pretty similar to Kouvola but with the Finnish radio museum, the ski jumping towers, several parks and more shopping options. WikiPedia:Kouvola Commons:Category:Kouvola


special service

locomotive museum in Keuruu, Finland Image:Tk3 steam locomotive.jpg Tk3 no. 1136 steam locomotive running as special service from Kouvola to Kotka, Finland Image:Turkish 8F at Shildon - geograph.org.uk - 2531973.jpg Turkish 8F at The National Railway Museum, Shildon. This is one of two 8F locomotives brought back from Turkey early in 2011. Turkey was a neutral country in WW2 and to keep Turkey sweet Great Britain sent several of these locomotives to the Turkish


traditional+working

Salama was born in Kouvola, Kymenlaakso region in Southern Finland. He spent his childhood in the Pispala district of the city of Tampere, in a traditional working-class area with working class politics and culture. Following in the footsteps of his father, Salama first worked as an electrician and a farm hand. Salama's literary debut was called ''Se tavallinen tarina'' (The Usual Story) (1961). In 1966 he was convicted for blasphemy for his book ''Juhannustanssit


leadership made

by the German division on the south coast, the People's Delegation retreated from Helsinki to Viipuri (Vyborg) on 8 April. After the loss of Helsinki, most of them, only Edvard Gylling standing by his warriors, moved to Petrograd on 25 April 1918. The escape of the Red leadership made the ranks of the Red soldiers bitter and resentful. At the end of April, thousands of them, without true leadership, tried to flee to Petrograd from Red Finland, but the majority of the refugees were besieged


helsinki

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by the German division on the south coast, the People's Delegation retreated from Helsinki to Viipuri (Vyborg) on 8 April. After the loss of Helsinki, most of them, only Edvard Gylling standing by his warriors, moved to Petrograd on 25 April 1918. The escape of the Red leadership made the ranks of the Red soldiers bitter and resentful. At the end of April, thousands of them, without true leadership, tried to flee to Petrograd from Red Finland, but the majority of the refugees were besieged

of 1918 ended on 15 May, when the Whites took over Ino (Fort Ino), a Russian coastal artillery base on the Karelian Isthmus, from the Russian troops. White Finland and General Mannerheim celebrated the victory with a large military parade in Helsinki on 16 May 1918. The following cities are twinned (town twinning) with Nord-Aurdal:

Kouvola

'''Kouvola''' is a town (cities of Finland) and municipality (Municipalities of Finland) in southeastern Finland. It is located northeast of the capital, Helsinki.

The city has a population of ) and covers an area of .

The town originally grew up around the junction of the north-south and east-west rail tracks. It was also a major road transport junction.

In January 2009, the six municipalities of Kouvola, Kuusankoski, Elimäki, Anjalankoski, Valkeala and Jaala were consolidated, forming the new municipality of Kouvola. Kouvola can now claim the natural beauty of Valkeala and Jaala as well as the cultural heritage of Elimäki and Anjalankoski as its own, the town itself being infamous for its Soviet-like Brutalist architecture

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