Tampere’s downtown square is often a lively place with various activities
Fang, it's summer music festival recently.
The expensive purchase is interesting. Saturday night...the Finns don’t like it
A nice place in Finland is nice, it's worth coming again next time
The red brick castle by the lake, coupled with the park by the lake, has beautiful scenery, and it is also very pleasant to have a picnic by the lake.
A brick-by-tile building is a castle. Hemenlinna is located in southern Finland, where it is the most famous holiday destination in Finland, and the castle Hemenlinna is located in the northwest of the capital Helsinki. Play guide Haimen Castle was built in 1260. The main structure is made of red bricks. Its architectural style is unique and unique. The interior has been renovated to receive foreign guests. After I entered the castle, I not only sighed that I was very small, but that every brick and tile in it had a sense of age. When I walked inside, I saw many statues, carefully carved, showing that the time spent at that time was painstaking. Let me be in awe. The play time here is divided into off-season and peak season. The off-season opening time is 9:30 and the closing time is 5 pm; while the peak season is also open at 9:30 and the closing time is 6 pm, which gives us more viewing time. It was around ten o'clock in the morning when I went, and there were so many people. Therefore, it is best for everyone to enter the venue as soon as the door opens in the morning, or re-enter at four or five o'clock, which can effectively avoid passenger flow. Warm reminder traffic guide: Navigate to Haimen Castle by driving or take a taxi and talk to the master about Haimen Castle. Tickets: Visit here is free!
Standing behind the times, passing through Haimen Castle. Remember the Häme Castle. Must-see reason: Hämelinna is one of the best-preserved castles. Attraction Continent: European Attraction Country/Region: Finland Attraction Province and State: Kanta Sea The city where the attractions of Mei District are located: Haimenlinna Haimen Castle is a surviving medieval castle, just beside the lake in the park in central Haimenlinna, it is currently one of the best-preserved Finnish medieval royal castles. Before coming, I checked the relevant information of Haimen Castle, and introduced that Haimen Castle was an important military base, but unfortunately it lost its military importance and became a prison in the 19th century. Nowadays, Haimen Castle is considered a historical monument in Finland. Looking at it will remind me of the story of the beacon that happened here at that time, full of history. Haimen Castle is different from other castles I have seen in Finland. It is built entirely of red bricks. This architectural style is so unique, even if I rarely see it in other countries in the world, it can be called a dazzling architectural history in Finland. Treasures too. There is a lake next to Haimen Castle. The surface of the lake is quiet and steady. I approached this lake. At this moment, I was reflecting the appearance of Haimen Castle. They complemented each other, and the beauty was incredible. Today's weather is exceptionally clear, and the white clouds above my head have made the reflection of the lake come alive, forming a beautiful painting together with the castle.