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Esbo segelforening (Amirakshamnen harbour), Southern Finland, Finland
Esbo Segelforening is also known as Espoo Segelforening or Espoo Sailing Club and it is situated at the edge of Espoo, the second largest city in Finland, on the shore of the Gulf of Finland. It specializes in tourism and leisure activities and offers its guests the opportunity of practising their favourite nautical activities, as well as taking sailing courses, participating to contests, etc. Visitors who are interested in admiring some of the main tourist objectives in the city will discover that this is a cultural community with plenty to offer. The Espoo Car Museum is an interesting attraction for those who are passionate about automobiles, while the Talomuseo Glims is a tiny museum that reflects traditional culture and farm housing. Those who are fond of nature will adore the Kaitalampi Lake with its picturesque views and its lush vegetation, as well as the Laajalahti Nature Reserve, the Stora Herro Island, etc., which are relaxation oases far from the urban agglomeration.
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Attractions in Southern Finland
Southern Finland is a former province that can be found in the beautiful Finland, being comprised of six regions and 72 municipalities. It offers access to the Gulf of Finland and it is bordered by the province of Western Finland and Eastern Finland. This side of the country is dominated by the urban agglomeration of the city of Helsinki and even though it spreads on a rather small territory, it is the most populous area in Finland. Also known as Etelä-Suomen Lääni, it is a picturesque location of northern Europe, where Helsinki, Hameenlinna, Kotka, Porvoo, etc., are popular destinations due to national historical heritage, natural beauty and medieval attractions.
The National Park of Nuuksio attracts nature lovers from all over the world, as well as photographers and hikers. Travellers who wish to explore Southern Finland will be charmed by this area’s well-preserved historical vestiges, fortresses and outstanding architectural styles. An old ... more info
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