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Juselius Mausoleum is one of the most famous sights in Pori, located at the 1884 opened Käppärä Cemetery. It is the only mausoleum in Finland and was completed in 1903. It was planned by Josef Stenbäck in the Gothic Revival style. The famous Finnish artist Akseli Gallen-Kallela painted the interior, including frescoes "Kevät" (Spring), "Rakennus" (Construction), "Tuonelan joella" (By the River of Tuonela), "Hävitys" (Destruction), "Talvi" (Winter) and "Syksy" (Fall).

Juselius Mausoleum is one of the most famous sights in Pori, located at the

Symposium” painted by Alex Gall�n (1865-1931): the painting shows the organist and composer Oskar Merikanto as well as Kajanus, Sibelius and Gall�n at a table full of empty bottles. Description from alternatehistory.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Akseli Gallen-Kallela (1865 — 1931) — Musée d’Orsay — Exhibition

A painting by Akseli Gallen Kallela: Symposion. Characters from the left: Akseli Gallen-Kallela himself (a. Axel Gallén) and composers Oskar Merikanto, Robert Kajanus and Jean Sibelius, trying to solve the mystery of life and the art.

Rautu church, Finnish Carelia. Today on the Russian side of border.

Today on the Russian side of border.

Former Lutheran Church in Priozersk / Käksisalmi, last used 1944. Finland was forced to cede Käkisalmi to the Soviet Union in the 13.3.1940 Moscow Peace Treaty. During the Continuation War (1941 - 1944) Finland re-took Käkisalmi and its population returned to rebuild the town, but they were again evacuated in the Evacuation of #Finnish Karelia at the close of the WWII. In the last Finnish year 1939 Käkisalmi had a population of 5083.

Former Lutheran Church in Priozersk / Käksisalmi, last used 1944. Finland was forced to cede Käkisalmi to the Soviet Union in the 13.3.1940 Moscow Peace Treaty. During the Continuation War (1941 - 1944) Finland re-took Käkisalmi and its population returned to rebuild the town, but they were again evacuated in the Evacuation of #Finnish Karelia at the close of the WWII. In the last Finnish year 1939 Käkisalmi had a population of 5083.

bone house in the cemetery Pietarsaari, Ostrobothnia province of Western Finland.- Pohjanmaa - Österbotten

bone house in the cemetery Pietarsaari, Ostrobothnia province of Western Finland.

Кивеннапа (Первомайское) Kivennapa

Кивеннапа (Первомайское) Kivennapa

The Kaukola church, Sevastyanovo (Finnish: Kaukola) - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sevastyanovo,_Leningrad_Oblast  |   https://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luovutettu_Karjala

The Kaukola church, Sevastyanovo (Finnish: Kaukola) - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sevastyanovo,_Leningrad_Oblast | https://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luovutettu_Karjala

Olavinlinna castle, in Finland, was built to protect the country from an invasion by Russia

One of the most famous castles in the world Olavinlinna in Finland was built to protect the country from an invasion by Russia It is the northernmost medieval stone fortress still standing in the world.

Ahlstrom ruukki - Dawn of the Finnish lumber industry in Noormarkku, near Pori, in Finland by Ahlstrom family. from 1800s going strong.

Ahlstrom ruukki - Dawn of the Finnish lumber industry in Noormarkku, near Pori, in Finland by Ahlstrom family. from going strong.

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