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Pori and Kokemäenjoki river.

Pori and Kokemäenjoki river.

Next to the Pori River, Satakunta Region, Finland

Next to the Pori River, Satakunta Region, Finland

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A field of poppies . and I love poppies. Great in mass, but sad when they go dormant in early summer. I always have poppies but in small clumps so I can hide the bare spot when dormant.

Porin Puuvilla - a former cotton mill  Currently an office and university building.  The city of Pori was founded on the mouth of the Kokemäenjoki river in 1558. Traditionally an industrial and port city, it has rapidly transformed itself into a city of students. Its strong ties to culture have kept the city vigorous for centuries.

Porin Puuvilla - a former cotton mill Currently an office and university building. The city of Pori was founded on the mouth of the Kokemäenjoki river in 1558. Traditionally an industrial and port city, it has rapidly transformed itself into a city of students. Its strong ties to culture have kept the city vigorous for centuries.

Kustaanmiekka in Suomenlinna. If around 5pm in Suomenlinna, you HAVE to go and see the ferries to Sweden passing the narrow Kustaanmiekka (in this photo the ferry is returning from Sweden)

Kustaanmiekka in Suomenlinna. If around in Suomenlinna, you HAVE to go and see the ferries to Sweden passing the narrow Kustaanmiekka (in this photo the ferry is returning from Sweden) Rode this ferry 1989

down to the clouds and collect sky from a well by Tiesei on deviantART

Natural laws often trail off into suggestions on the edges of the Sea of Stars. (down to the clouds and collect sky from a well by Tiesei)

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

Ruskilankoski, Nakkila, Ulvila, Finland.

Ruskilankoski, Nakkila, Ulvila, Finland.

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