It is under the city created in the heart of the artist [Bright City] I don’t know what is interesting about Tampere, so I followed my friends, stopped and walked, looked around, and came to some artists, where they lived. The place-the cabin area, named Bispara. It is said that this is one of the most beautiful scenic spots in the city. There are different buildings everywhere, undulating, with different colors, anyway they are very bright! And the hillside here looks very steep, but there are also bright houses. [Mountain Observation Deck] On the top of the mountain, looking down, there is still a lake! The feeling of water and sky! It's like sparkling in the sky. It's also super comfortable to lie on it for a day, the lake breeze is slowly and beautifully. [Museum in a museum] I feel... Maybe this is the cradle of a museum? There are so many museums! What I can't imagine is that there is a doll museum... different dolls all over the world: Barbie, what is it, it feels so amazing! And the trinkets inside are simply a paradise for girls, I love them so much! ●Address: Pispala, Tampere, southwestern Finland ●Suggested play time: about one day ●Suggested play area: Museum, Observatory
This is probably the poem you want and the far-off tampere Pispala has a city that many Finns consider the most livable and lovely in Finland. It's called Tampere. It's also a special title, “Manchester of Finland.” In Tampere, Bispara is an art district. The unique architecture art district Pispala Pispala is about 2.5km from Tampere, a mountain formed during the ice age. Pispala is made up of small wooden houses that were once low-cost housing for workers and artists. Of course, it is now a high-end community. Many of the finest and most big artists in Finland live here. The Finnish houses are lovely, some of the roofs are red and the doors are green, which may be the inspiration for the artists. There are also the exotic turrets and the monument of the Finnish poet Laurivita at the top of the hill, which you can all see, the scenery is very beautiful. The historic sauna in Pispala, also known as the "Border Gate", was in the early 1990s, the longest public sauna in Finland, you can meet friends to experience the small-capital sauna culture in Finland. But not the same as the wooden sauna you remember, which is almost outdoors, where you can sit on a long wooden chair and enjoy the blistering splendour of the sauna, leaning on Finland's lovely colorful wooden houses. Tips: Make sure you bring your camera to Finland. Make a postcard at any time!