5 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 5 sights are available in Jyväskylä, Finland.List of cities in Finland Sightseeing Tours in Jyväskylä
1. Toivolan Vanha Piha
Toivola Old Courtyard (Toivola) is an artisan yard from the late 1800s in the centre of Jyväskylä, at Cygnaeuksenkatu 2. It was revived by café and artisan shop keepers and other entrepreneurs in the autumn of 2012. The yard's operations consist of year-round services and various events. Piha's services include restaurant, café, shop and museum activities, courses and workshops, guided group visits, exhibitions and various events. As a rule, toivola yard is free of charge during its opening hours and in connection with Toivola's own events.
2. Äijälänsalmen vanha silta
The old Äijälänsalmi bridge is a reinforced concrete vaulted and beam bridge over Äijälänsalmi in Jyväskylä, completed in 1932. The 86-metre-long bridge is one of the oldest cast-in-place reinforced concrete bridges in Finland. The old bridge is now a pedestrian and bicycle lane and to the east of it is a new bridge for car traffic. The bridge crosses the Äijälänjoki river, which connects Jyväsjärvi and Päijänne. The street through the bridge is Tahvosentie.
3. Jyväskylän helluntaiseurakunta
Juvis Village Pentecostal Church is one of the Pentecostal churches operated in Finland. The parish, founded in 1926, has about 2,040 members (2019). As the senior pastor of the parish, Essa Haywin started working in the autumn of 2019. The first leader of the diocese was Abe Yale Earl. Five priests and other staff work in the parish, while there are also a number of mission staff.
4. Kuokkalan kirkko
Zhala Church is a church located in the center of Zhala District in Givash Village. It was launched in February 2010. The church is presided over by Kookala Regional Diocese and Jyvasky Village Diocese. The church was designed by architects Ansi Lasila, Teimu Shivilam and Jani Jansson.
5. Kuokkalan kartano
Kuokkala Manor is a stone house built by Julius Johnson and designed by architect Wivi Lönn, which was completed in 1904. Together with its yard, it belongs to the provincially valuable built cultural environments of Central Finland.
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