The largest roofed market hall in the Nordic countries, Tampere's Kauppahalli has served customers since
Behind, the building of Tampere Theatre (Tampereen teatteri) and in front Hämeensilta Bridge with a statue made by Wäinö Aaltonen who designed all the statues of this bridge.
Explore the stunning City Library (Metso) Tampere, Finland by Reima Pietilä
Hämeenkatu noin 1912-1913. Hämeenkadun liikennettä noin vuonna 1912-1913. Oikealla häämöttää rakenteilla oleva Tampereen teatteri. Siitä vasemmalle Hämeenkadun varressa vielä korottamaton Tammeron talo ja etualalla jykevä Kansallispankin talo. Kuva: Laurent, Tampereen museoiden kuva-arkisto.
Haarla palace, built for Rafael Haarla Haarla is known for the various paper mills he founded in Finland, and his contibution to the history and art of Finland.
Statue of Minna Canth by Lauri Leppänen, 1951. Minna Canth was a Finnish writer and social activist. Canth began to write while managing her family draper's shop and living as a widow raising seven children. Her work addresses issues of women's rights, particularly in the context of a prevailing culture she considered antithetical to permitting expression and realization of women's aspirations.
Villa Idman, a nice gloomy villa from is situated in the park of Hatanpää manor in Tampere.
The boiler house of the former Frenckell paper mill in central Tampere, Finland. Probably designed by architect Birger Federley, the building was completed in Nowadays it houses the reading room of the city library of Tampere.
Interior of the Pikkupalatsi
Espace Finlayson, Tampere http://www.heitza.com/espace-finlayson-tampere/
The Commerce building, bordering Keskustori, the central market square in Tampere, Finland. By Bertel Jung, Waldemar Andersin & Oscar Bomanson, 1899.
Statue by the entrance of the main library, Metso, in Tampere