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  • Päijät-Hämeen Museomatka :: Asikkala
    in the early 18th century and this two day event is still held in August Anianpelto was for a long while the terminus of water transport on Lake Päijänne with goods being carried from there by horse to Porvoo on the Gulf of Finland A significant improvement to communications by water in the regions was the construction of the Vääksy of Lake Vesijärvi canal in 1868 1871 across the isthmus

    Original URL path: http://phmuseomatka.fi/index.php/en/asikkala/ (2016-04-29)
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  • Päijät-Hämeen Museomatka :: Hartola
    Hartola was restored in 1867 Hartola s period as a royal parish has not been forgotten in 1987 the municipality declared itself a kingdom and in June a Royal Feast is held in Hartola together with an Old Time Fair Hartola is known as a parish of manors and writers The Museum of East Häme is at Koskipää Manor and the East Häme Adult Education Institute was established at Eko

    Original URL path: http://phmuseomatka.fi/index.php/en/hartola/ (2016-04-29)
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  • Päijät-Hämeen Museomatka :: Heinola
    the region The grid plan of the centre of Heinola and present day Maaherranpuisto Park Governor Park derive from the town plan of 1785 The restored Aschan House displays the life of an 18th century province official and his family When Finland became a Grand Duchy of the Russian Empire in 1809 the eastern border was moved further east and the new governor s residence was established further north in

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  • Päijät-Hämeen Museomatka :: Hollola
    almost the whole present region of Päijät Häme The present municipality of Hollola was officially established in 1865 The municipality of Hämeenkoski became part of Hollola in 2016 It is known for its medieval church and manors The different layers of history can be experienced in the vicinity of Hollola Church the ancient hillfort of Kapatuosia the medieval church the 19th century belfry the vicarage the parish granary the early 20th cenury municipal hall and other features Events held at Hollola include a local heritage fair a medieval festival and the Hollo and Martta international festival of folk dance According to folk tales Hollo and Martta were giants who built Hollola Church and the parish is claimed to have been named after Hollo Hämeenkoski was already a central location in prehistoric times and there was an ancient hillfort at Linnakallio near the present church The municipality of Koski was founded in 1865 and the parish is already mentioned in sources from 1410 The name Hämeenkoski was adopted in 1995 The cultural and natural attractions of Hollola can be seen along the Hollola Culture Route which is presented on the web pages of the municipality of Hollola Hollolan kunta Municipality of

    Original URL path: http://phmuseomatka.fi/index.php/en/hollola/ (2016-04-29)
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  • Päijät-Hämeen Museomatka :: Kärkölä
    the greater parish of Hollola at its southwest end it formed a point extending into its neighbouring localities of Mäntsälä and Hausjärvi The Finnish word for point is kärki and the suffix kylä means village i e Kärk kylä The road passing through the village of Kärkölä Church mainly follows the route of the late medieval highway leading from the inland regions to Porvoo on the south coast Landmarks amidst

    Original URL path: http://phmuseomatka.fi/index.php/en/karkola/ (2016-04-29)
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  • Päijät-Hämeen Museomatka :: Lahti
    communications Lahti became a location for metal glass cabinetmaking and textile industries The development of Lahti falls into distinct periods The uniform wooden houses along Kauppalankatu street were followed by the Art Nouveau style city centre The most important building of the early 20th century was Lahti City Hall 1912 designed by Eliel Saarinen Also dating from these years are the Hennala barracks and the Anttilanmäki residential area of wooden houses 1912 both of which are regarded as nationally significant There was a marked period of development in the 1930s producing buildings dominating the townscape that were also of architectural significance A building boom that peaked in the early 1970s placed a growing number of inhabitants outside the city centre in new residential areas while also developing the centre further in keeping with the development of business in the city In the 2000s the new Ankkuri area with lakeside streets began to be built in a former industrial zone on the shore of Lake Vesijärvi Sibelius Hall in the port area includes parts of a century old factory and a park of architecture in wood is being built around this new concert and congress hall The former Mallasjuoma brewery in

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  • Päijät-Hämeen Museomatka :: Mäntsälä
    events Many of them are still privately owned functioning farms A museum manor in Mäntsälä is Alikartano in Numminen which tells of the history of the Nordenskiöld family Hirvihaara manor is a hotel and Sälinkää manor is a restaurant for booked events Saari manor has a school of horticulture and farming providing training for florists among other occupations Operating in connections with the municipal archives is a local heritage archive

    Original URL path: http://phmuseomatka.fi/index.php/en/mantsala/ (2016-04-29)
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  • Päijät-Hämeen Museomatka :: Orimattila
    the local rivers were taken into use at an early stage with mills for grinding flour and sawmills The 19th and early 20th century mills and dam structures at the Tönnö rapids survive as the main relics of early use of water power Also the manors of Orimattila are mostly situated on or near the Porvoonjoki River The lace making tradition of Heinämaa village in Orimattila dates from the 18th

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