Porvoo, Finland. Got to know this little beautiful city quite well in the years as my Mother in law used to live here for a decade.
A house in the archipelago, Porvoo, Finland
Porvoo, Finland.The town is famed for its "Old Town",a dense medieval street pattern with predominantly wooden houses.The Old Town came close to being demolished in the 19th century by a new urban plan for the city.The plan was cancelled due to a popular resistance headed by Count Louis Sparre.
The old town from Porvoo in Finland is a medieval village which is still inhabited and remain unchanged.
Porvoo, Finland. Porvoo is a city and a municipality situated on the southern coast of Finland approximately 50 kilometres (30 mi) east of Helsinki. Porvoo is one of the six medieval towns in Finland, first mentioned as a city in texts from 14th century. Porvoo is the seat of the Swedish speaking Diocese of Borgå of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland.
Porvoo, Finland. Maybe we can visit when we go to Finland for goalie training
Porvoo - Finland the church up in the hill is from y. 1233, and has burned down many times, latest was summer 2009. Red barns and old houses tell story of maritime merchandy, and hard times at those little seashore town during the centuries.
Porvoo is a smalltown on southern coast and it has a very picturesque old town. really charming, where you can feel the atmosphere of lovely wooden houses of yesterday, now used as apartments, shops, and cafés.
Must go. Porvoo,Finland
Koli National Park, Finland
500px / Photo "Porvoo Finland" by Milla Airaksinen