Here you can find interesting sights in Lahti, Finland. Click on a marker on the map to view details about the sight. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 15 sights are available in Lahti, Finland.Back to the list of cities in Finland
The pace is the bronze jet -pit sculpture created by sculptor Oskari Jauhiainen, which the city of Lahti acquired with wills in 1954. The work depicts three flying mainstreams. The sculpture was born as part of a competition looking for a suitable sculpture for the Lahti Market Square. Jauhiainen won the competition in 1951. The sculpture was assisted by architect Eero Eerikäinen. The Höyhti sculpture was moved from its original location from the Market Square in 1961 to its current location to Pikku-Vesijärvi. The movement of the work and the flight have been said to symbolize the bay live in its boom.
2. Eetu Salin
Eetu Salin's memorial is a statue erected in the Mariankatu park in Lahti, an active, journalist and MP Johan Edvard "Salin, an active, journalist and MP Johan Eetu" Salin, a Finnish labor movement. Salin, one of the founding members of the Finnish Social Democratic Party, was born in Asikkala, a neighboring municipality of Lahti in 1866, and after training as a shoemaker worked in Lahti. The bronze statue is located in the park on Mariankatu near the town hall. The acquisition of a memorial statue was presented by the Lahti Sos.-Dem Municipal Association.
Erkong Park is a park located in the center of the bay. It was named after the Finnish poet Juhanna Heikki Elko (18491906). There is a walled playground and four sculptures in the park. The sculptures are Essy Renwali's J. H. Erko Monument, Jussy Sonsen's Sivi Sculpture (1955) and Emile Weston's Micael Agrikola Monument, dating back to 1953. At the southern end of the park is a stone statue of Vico Lepson's JßKßPassy (1961).
4. Mannerheimin ratsastajapatsas
The rider statue of Mannerheim in the Gulf is a statue located on an adjacent guard at the Bay Railway Station, which presents Finnish Marshal Karl Gustav Emile Mannerheim on horseback. The statue was made by a bay sculptor, Vico Leputin, and was unveiled on the 19th. In December 1959, it was about half a year before the rider statue in Helsinki. The work is the first statue of Mannerheim rider unearthed in Finland.
5. Mikael Agricola
Micael Agrikola Monument is a half-and-half painting of Micael Agrikola by Finnish sculptor Emile Vikstrom, which was unveiled in front of Viborg Cathedral in 1908. The original bronze light disappeared in the last days of the winter war in 1940, and has never been found despite subsequent search efforts. There have been four replays of Pata Island, in Tulu (1910), Lahdi (1953), Pena (1959) and Vilpur (2009).
Enoch is a fountain of bronze sculpture by Emil Vickstrom, dating back to 1912. It is located in the east of Ferman Manor, adjacent to Lehd. Originally, the jet's oil well was located in Helsinki, from where it moved to its present location in 1949. In 1908, Wikstrum received orders from merchant Uno Stahlinger to erect the Aineno air-jet loom from the small garden of Valle Johanna in Levilinglinger Street.
7. Lahden urheilukeskus
The Lahti Sports Center is a major sports center in Lahti. The Sports Center has Lahti Stadium, which serves as an athletics and football stadium in the summer and as a ski stadium in winter. Next to it are the Lahti Jumping Hills and the Lahti Ice Hall. The sports center is the stage for the annual Salpausselkä Games. The sports center leaves skiing and walking trails in the direction of Salpausselä.
8. Punavankien muistomerkki
The Red Shirt Monument is a large artwork of granite and bronze design by sculptor Urgi Cannosto, located in Ferman Park in the bay. The site of the 1918 park is a prison camp known as the Field of Fellman. In order to win the medal, an invitational tournament was held in 1976, which was won by Mr. Canosto. The work was erected by the Gulf Labor Organization.
9. Lahden kaupunginmuseo, Fellmanin kartano
The Lahti City Museum, Lahti Museums, is a museum in Lahti, whose units include the Lahti Historical Museum, the Lahti Art Museum, the Poster Museum, the Ski Museum, the Radio and TV Museum. The museum's headquarters is Fellman Manor, located near the former Lahti bus station, where the Lahti Historical Museum also operates.
10. Radio- ja tv-museo
Radio and Television Museum Mastola, before the last renovation, the Radio and Television Museum, is located 150 meters above the cap of Radio Mountain Radessa, which is the foot of a radio map formed by city signs. The museum displays items related to radio and television, as well as traditions.
11. Hakkapelittain kotiinpaluu
Inside the inn, Homecoming is a sculpture by Pendy Papinaho in the heart of the Bay. It is a rider statue, depicting two hacker games returning home. Today, the work is located in the south of Bay Tower, at the junction of Alexander Street and Marian Street.
Fellman Park was built on the former lands of Fellman Manor in the 1950s in the centre of Lahti. The size of the park is approximately five hectares and is bounded by Ståhlberginkatu, Kyösti Kallion katu and Paasikivenkatu.
13. Vapauden Hengetär
The Spirit of Freedom is a statue designed by sculptor Wäinö Aaltonen, located in Kirkkopuisto in Lahti, in hero's tombs. The statue is made of the red granite of Vehmaa. The statue was unveiled on June 1, 1952.
The Lahti Water Yars is a musical fountain located in Lahti in Kariniemi Park, about 300 meters from the bus station west. Lahti Energia built it in 1997. Water yars are in operation in June and November.
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