8 Sights in Jyväskylä, Finland (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Jyväskylä, Finland. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 8 sights are available in Jyväskylä, Finland.

Sightseeing Tours in Jyväskylä

1. Toivolan Vanha Piha

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Toivolan Vanha Piha Margo Saxberg / CC BY 3.0

Toivola's old courtyard (Toivola) is a craft courtyard in the center of the 19th century in the center of Jyväskylä, Cygnaeuksenkatu 2. It was raised by the City of Jyväskylä and the entrepreneurs of the courtyard in the fall of 2012. The activities of the yard consist of year -round services and various events. The courtyard services include restaurant, café and shop activities, Museum of Craftsmen of Central Finland and Sparvi Museum Shop, and various events. As a rule, Toivola's yard is free during its opening hours and at Toivola's own events. Of the buildings on the plot owned by the City of Jyväskylä, the Koparisepä House, the Carpentry House and the Sparvin House and half of the magazine building are part of the city. The old maternity hospital, Toivola House, Basement, Paja and the other half of the magazine building are in turn owned by entrepreneurs in the yard.

Wikipedia: Toivolan Vanha Piha (FI)

2. Alvar Aalto Museum

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The Alvar Aalto Museum is a Finnish museum operating in two cities, Jyväskylä and Helsinki, in two locations each, dedicated to architect and designer Alvar Aalto. All four locations are open to the public. They are:The Alvar Aalto Museum in Jyväskylä, which is a museum specialised in architecture and design and functions as the national and international centre on all things related to Aalto. The Muuratsalo Experiential House Villa Aalto in Munkkiniemi, Helsinki Studio Aalto, also in Munkkiniemi, Helsinki

Wikipedia: Alvar Aalto Museum (EN), Website

3. Jyväskylän Cityseurakunta

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The City of Jyväskyläskyle, established in 2000, is an independent Christianity of the local community in Juväskylä, which is not part of any individual church. The congregation is charismatic and belongs to the unbound neocarism. The City of Jyväkäkäko and Pirjo Valtane, together with the board of the congregation, is run by the Reverend Party, led by the Reverend Party, Esko and Pirjo Valtane. The City of Jyväkäkäkäkäkäkäkäääääääääääääääääääää

Wikipedia: Jyväskylän Cityseurakunta (FI), Website

4. Äijälänsalmen vanha silta

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Äijälänsalmen vanha siltaPavel Krömer from Hlu?ín, Czech Republic / CC BY-SA 2.0

The old bridge of the Mother-Salmon Steel Bridge has been completed in 1932 from the steel concrete vault and remuneration above the Mother-Salmon Steel Bridge in Jyväskylä. 86 metres long bridge is one of Finland's oldest steel concrete bridges. The old bridge is now a path to light traffic and there is a new bridge to car traffic on the east side of it. The bridge crosses the river Juyärv and Vijäjänte. The street through the bridge is Tahvär.

Wikipedia: Äijälänsalmen vanha silta (FI)

5. Paavo Nurmi

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Paavo Nurmi

The Paavo nurmi statue is a whole-body sculpture of runner Paavo Nurmi, the most successful Olympic athlete in Finland, made by sculptor Wäinö Aaltonen. The bronze sculpture was made in 1925 and there have been four additional casts of it. The statue has become a symbol for Finnish sport and the independent Finnish nation as well as an envoy of the image of Finland.

Wikipedia: Paavo Nurmi statue (EN)

6. Jyväskylän helluntaiseurakunta

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Jyväskylän helluntaiseurakunta / fair use

The Jyväskylä Pentecostal Church is one of the Pentecostal churches operating in Finland. Founded in 1926, there are about 2,040 members (2019). Esa Hyvönen has been the leading pastor of the parish since autumn 2019. The first leader of the church was Aabel Yrjölä. The church employs five pastors and other staff and also has several missionaries.

Wikipedia: Jyväskylän helluntaiseurakunta (FI), Website

7. Kuokkalan kirkko

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Kuokkala Church is a church in the center of the Kuokkala district of the city of Jyväskylä. It was inaugurated in February 2010. The Kuokkala Regional Church, belonging to the Jyväskylä parish, is in the church. The church is designed by architects Anssi Lassila, Teemu Hirvilammi and Jani Jansson.

Wikipedia: Kuokkalan kirkko (FI), Website

8. Kuokkalan kartano

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Kuokkala Manor is a stone house built by Julius Johnson and designed by architect Wivi Lönn, completed in 1904. Together with its yard, it belongs to the provincially valuable built cultural environments of Central Finland.

Wikipedia: Kuokkalan kartano (FI)


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