Östersundom, Kasaberget burial cairn

Bronze Age barrows located in Helsinki Östersundom (Itäsalmi), Ksberget (Kasakallio) -rocky area called the highest point. The area is located to the east of the Rocky Vikkullantien and surrounding barrows 7,8 acre, year 1997 founded nature reserve. From landscape is a wonderful and spacious in every direction. Current seaside is about a mile away. At the beginning of the Bronze Age has been a rock island, but elevated […]

Konginkangas, Koivisto (Löyhkälä)

The site is located in the Äänekoski, Konginkangas, east from Kivetty lake, north side of Kumpuvuori. 1861 was Kaarle Sillanpää born (Kalle) , and later made lease contract with a local landowner. The document was signed in October 1884. The lease was not valid according to the prosecutor, because the land had been set as state property. When Sillanpää had burned and […]

Herttoniemi harbor, Burial Cairn

Helsinki Herttoniemenranta residential area in Duck Mountain Park is another located in Herttoniemi Bronze Age barrows. Duck Mountain Park is a wooded rocky area. Mound is piled on top of nyppylämäiselle smooth rocks, and it is approximately 10 x 9 meter and profile and an irregular shape. From has opened view of the sea, residential buildings which now cover. During the Bronze Age mound has been located in a small […]

Herttoniemi, Hitsaajankadun and intermediate Itäväylä, Burial Cairn

Another Herttoniemi, Helsinki from two Bronze Age barrows located in the southwestern part of the Herttoniemi between Hitsaajankadun and Itäväylän. The property is located on a cliff, which is mined in different parts of, in such a way that the mound has been left on the ridge. The environment is very urban. The mound is wide and shallow, stones compiled from the rock bottom of the mound. It has a shape and a diameter slightly vague […]

Kannelmäki, base XX: 1, Area A

Helsinki area boasts an abundance of the First World War (1914‒1918) Russian defenses built by. The fortress structures located in zone three continents, and they are protected by the Helsinki and in front of it ollutta Viaporin against the war in the port of the future of the land invasion. Fortifications was also built Viaporin war in the foreground port archipelago meririntamaksi. These fortifications were part of a larger whole of Southern Finland and the Gulf of Finland […]

Kulosaaren puistotie (Kulosaari 2)

Brando is located in one of Helsinki's Bronze Age barrows. The property is located between the forest belt of Kulosaaren puistotie and the metro line about 140 meters west of the Metro. It has a diameter of about five meters, a somewhat vague, and the height of the mound is less than one meter. Stacked on top of the mound of stones and rock slots formed peat. The mound is not […]

Tavastby Hämeenkylä Iron Mine

Vantaa Linnainen Great Suokaivos is part of the former mining area Hämeenkylän. Tavastby Jupperi and the adjacent mining area in Espoo was once Sillbölen after the Helsinki region the major iron ore producers. The first extraction Companies Häme village has been made in 1769. In the period 1786-1788 the area was mined 2077 or about kippuntaa 353 tons of ore and in the years 1827-1829 514 kippuntaa eu […]

Sarsa Pohtio I, Pohtio, II, III and Tiilitehdas

Kangasalan Sarsassa is located in one of Finland's longest-living places. There are inhabited around 8000 period of the year, ie almost the entire prehistoric period. In terms of scope and significance Sarsa is one of the most prominent ancient relics except Pirkanmaa also for the whole Finnish scale,. Area of ​​prehistoric discoveries are represented in all of western Finland Stone Age and Inner Finland early metal period, steps. Löytöpaik that rocked […]

Nuutajärvi voluntary fire brigade depot

Nuutajärvi glassworks in the municipality of Urjala were founded in 1793. The decisive factor in the selection of location for the factory was the extensive woodlands in the area. A glassworks uses vast amounts of firewood to heat the ovens, and the woodlands were a perfect source of fuel. Fire damaged the factory in 1861. Probably after that fire plant fire safety was paid more and more attention and […]

Milavida cellar

Not many people know, that in the Näsinpuisto Park in Tampere, at the north end of Street Näsilinnankatu, there has been a gorgeous wooden villa called Milavida. The villa was built by Finlayson cotton factory’s manager William von Nottbeck in 1860 to a land, which the town had rented to the factory for a nominal annual fee of one ruble in 1855. Old Milavidassa lived Wilhelm von Nottbeck children at different times […]