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#Finnish national anthem. (Oh our land, Suomi, our birthland. That golden word is ringing. No valley nor hill, no water nor shore that would be more dear, than this northern homeland. Precious land of our fathers.)

#Finnish national anthem. (Oh our land, Suomi, our birthland. That golden word is ringing. No valley nor hill, no water nor shore that would be more dear, than this northern homeland. Precious land of our fathers.)

Urho Kaleva Kekkonen b.. 03.09.1900 Pielavesi d. 31.08. 1986, Helsinki,  the eighth president of Finland 1956-1981. Elected as president by electoral college in 1956 and re-elected in 1962, 1968 and 1978. In 1973, the term that started in 1968 was extended by four years by means of an emergency law. Resigned in 1981 owing to poor health, whereupon Prime Minister Mauno Koivisto became acting president. Served in Finnish civil war.

Urho Kaleva Kekkonen b.. 03.09.1900 Pielavesi d. 31.08. 1986, Helsinki, the eighth president of Finland 1956-1981. Elected as president by electoral college in 1956 and re-elected in 1962, 1968 and 1978. In 1973, the term that started in 1968 was extended by four years by means of an emergency law. Resigned in 1981 owing to poor health, whereupon Prime Minister Mauno Koivisto became acting president. Served in Finnish civil war.

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Lauri Törni, who was honored with the Mannerheim Cross, the most esteemed decoration in the Finnish Military. North of Tolvajärven, Finland. June 27, 1944.  Lauri Törni, also known as Larry Thorne, was a Finnish army captain who played a role in the Winter War and the Continuation war. Lauri was first noticed by his superiors at the battles of Lake Ladoga, where he took part in the annihilation of encircled Soviet forces in Lemetti. However, his feats in the Continuation War were what really…

Lauri Törni, who was honored with the Mannerheim Cross, the most esteemed decoration in the Finnish Military. North of Tolvajärven, Finland. June 27, 1944. Lauri Törni, also known as Larry Thorne, was a Finnish army captain who played a role in the Winter War and the Continuation war. Lauri was first noticed by his superiors at the battles of Lake Ladoga, where he took part in the annihilation of encircled Soviet forces in Lemetti. However, his feats in the Continuation War were what really…

Suomen presidentti nro 6. Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim,b. 04.06.1867 Askainen, d.27.01.1951 Lausanne, Switzerland. Regent      1944     4 August 1944     4 March 1946   (resigned)     Non-Partisan   Commander-in-Chief of the Defence Forces     b. 4 June 1867, Askainen   d. 27 January 1951, Lausanne, Switzerland         Regent (interim head of state) of Finland 1918–1919. The only Marshal of Finland. Elected as president in 1944 by the Parliament. Resigned in 1946.

Suomen presidentti nro 6. Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim,b. 04.06.1867 Askainen, d.27.01.1951 Lausanne, Switzerland. Regent 1944 4 August 1944 4 March 1946 (resigned) Non-Partisan Commander-in-Chief of the Defence Forces b. 4 June 1867, Askainen d. 27 January 1951, Lausanne, Switzerland Regent (interim head of state) of Finland 1918–1919. The only Marshal of Finland. Elected as president in 1944 by the Parliament. Resigned in 1946.

Church of St Olavi in Tyrvää, Vammala municipality, Finland | Vammalan Tyrvään Pyhän Olavin kirkko. Kuva: Junkohanhero

Church of St Olavi in Tyrvää, Vammala municipality, Finland | Vammalan Tyrvään Pyhän Olavin kirkko. Kuva: Junkohanhero

File:Gustav II of Sweden This Day in History: Oct 24, 1648: Thirty Years War ends http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/ Pictures taken from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thirty_Years%27_War

File:Gustav II of Sweden This Day in History: Oct 24, 1648: Thirty Years War ends http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/ Pictures taken from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thirty_Years%27_War

Finland’s first church with two towers was built in old Tyrvää, nowadays Sastamala, in 1855.  The main church of Sastamala was designed by the city architect of Turku, P. J. Gylich, who wanted to create a sunny and spacious church that reflected hope and forgiveness in the spirit of the gospel. When the church was completed in 1855, the parishioners stopped using the old St. Olaf’s Church, which was abandoned in the village of Kalliala.

Finland’s first church with two towers was built in old Tyrvää, nowadays Sastamala, in 1855. The main church of Sastamala was designed by the city architect of Turku, P. J. Gylich, who wanted to create a sunny and spacious church that reflected hope and forgiveness in the spirit of the gospel. When the church was completed in 1855, the parishioners stopped using the old St. Olaf’s Church, which was abandoned in the village of Kalliala.

Major General Paavo Talvela (1897-1973) He was awarded the Mannerheim Cross 3 August 1941 and was the second recipient of the award.

Major General Paavo Talvela (1897-1973) He was awarded the Mannerheim Cross 3 August 1941 and was the second recipient of the award.

Finland; kerimaki; largest wooden Church in the world

Finland; kerimaki; largest wooden Church in the world


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