Olavinlinna is a 15th-century three-tower castle located in Savonlinna, Finland.
Koli National Park is a national park in the municipalities of Joensuu, Lieksa and Kontiolahti in the North Karelia region of Finland.
Art Centre Salmela is an art centre in Mäntyharju, Finland. It produces every year a multicultural program of art exhibitions, concerts and…
Pielinen is the fourth largest lake of Finland, with a drainage basin area of 12,823 km2 that is equally distributed between eastern…
The Treaty of Teusina, Tyavzin or Tyavzino, also known as the Eternal Peace with Sweden in Russia, was concluded by Russian diplomats under…
Linnansaari National Park is a national park in the Southern Savonia and Northern Savonia regions of Finland.
The Puijo tower is an observation tower at the top of Puijo hill in Kuopio, Eastern Finland.
Kolovesi National Park is a national park in the Etelä-Savo region of Finland. It was established in 1990 and covers 23 km2.
Petkeljärvi National Park is a national park in Ilomantsi in the North Karelia region of Finland.
Tiilikkajärvi National Park is a national park in the Northern Savonia and Kainuu regions of Finland.
Patvinsuo National Park is a national park in the North Karelia region of Finland, in the municipalities of Lieksa and Ilomantsi.
Kuopio Cathedral is a stone Neoclassical-style Evangelical Lutheran church in Kuopio, Finland, and the seat of the Diocese of Kuopio.
Savonia University of Applied Sciences is a local municipality-owned Finnish institution of higher education based in the cities of Kuopio,…
Kuopio Ice Hall or Data Group Areena, is the ice hockey arena in Kuopio, Finland which is also the home arena of KalPa.
Juutila Foundry is the oldest still working bell foundry in Finland. Juutila foundry was founded in 1881.
Pielisjoki is a 67-kilometre long river in Eastern Finland. It is the sixth most fast-flowing river in Finland and the largest river…
Heinävesi Church is an Evangelical Lutheran wooden church located in Heinävesi, Finland.
The headquarters of Finnish army in both WWI and WWII. Nowadays it is open to the public and serves as a museum.
A cultural centre and a museum devoted to the Karelian region. Small and educative with special areas for kids.
The former mining region's museum. See how the mines worked or view the working tools and the mineral exhibit.