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

Explore interesting sights in Seinäjoki, 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 Seinäjoki, Finland.

List of cities in Finland Sightseeing Tours in Seinäjoki

1. Klemetti-Kuulan patsas

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Klemetti-Kuulan patsas Kalervo Kallio (veistos), hugovk (valokuva) / CC BY 2.0

The Klemetti-Kuula statue, or monument to the music of Southern Ostrobothnia, is a sculpture erected in Seinäjoki in 1963 by Kalervo Kallio, which pays homage to the local composers Heikki Klemetti (1876–1953) and Toivo Kuula (1883–1918). In the work, a female character plays a five-stringed harp, from which only the strings are visible. On opposite sides of the pedestal there are reliefs of profiles of the faces of composers. The sculpture is located in the Liberty Park in the southeastern corner of the Marttila district, at the intersection of Liberty Road and Kirkkokatu.

Wikipedia: Klemetti-Kuulan patsas (FI)

2. Houm Church

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Houm Church / fair use

Houm Church is a Christian congregation founded in 2014 in Seinäjoki and Tampere, as well as a digitally operating Christian congregation. Houm Church strives for the renewal of parish culture and people-centered activities. The leading pastor of the church is Niklas Niemelä, who founded the church together with Tanja Niemelä and Johannes Saranpää and with the support of a group of volunteers. The church's first event took place in January 2015. The participants in the ward events are mainly young adults.

Wikipedia: Houm Church (FI), Website

3. Etelä-Pohjanmaan maakuntamuseo

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The museum in the south of the north is located in the Arctic Ocean, about three kilometers away from the center of the Wall River. In addition to provincial museums, the area also includes collapsed mansion buildings and outdoor museums, displaying 18 exhibits of peasant buildings from the 16,000 to 1800's migrated from all over southern and northern China. The basic exhibit of provincial museums in the north and south, "Are we Misina?" Placed on the old stone carvings of the manor.

Wikipedia: Etelä-Pohjanmaan museo (FI), Website

4. Heimotulet

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Heimotulet Terho Sakki (veistos), Jim Barker (valokuva) / CC BY 2.0

Heimotulet is a sculpture by sculptor Terho Saki in Seinäjoki Church Park. It was unveiled during the Karelian festival in 1965. The statue, also known as the Stone of Karelian Memories, depicts how the Karelians who lost their homes in the last wars have managed to adapt to society in their new settlements, but on the other hand have been able to maintain ties with their past.

Wikipedia: Heimotulet (FI)

5. Seinäjoki-sali

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Seinäjoki Hall is a concert and meeting hall located in the Marttila district of the City of Seinäjoki. It is located on kampusranta on the eastern shore of Seinäjoki, about a kilometer west of the center of Seinäjoki. The Seinäjoki Hall is part of the Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences administration building Kampustalo.

Wikipedia: Seinäjoki-sali (FI), Website

6. Lakeuden Risti

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Lakeuden Risti Church is a Lutheran church located in Seinäjoki, Finland. The church was designed by Alvar Aalto and built between 1957–1960. It was the first finished building of the larger administrative and civic center also planned by Aalto, consisting of Seinäjoki town hall, a library, a theater and a state office building.

Wikipedia: Lakeuden Risti Church (EN)

7. Peräseinäjoen helluntaiseurakunta

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Perä seinäjoki Pentecostal Church is a parish operating in Perä seinäjoki, Seinäjoki. The congregation was founded in 1940 and was registered on February 15, 1957. The activities include communion meetings, morning prayers, various evening events, and evenings and camps for children and young people.

Wikipedia: Peräseinäjoen helluntaiseurakunta (FI)

8. Peräseinäjoen kirkko

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Perä seinäjoki Church is a Lutheran church building located in Perä seinäjoki, Seinäjoki. It is owned by the Perä seinäjoki chapel parish under the Seinäjoki parish. The church is also known as St. Paul's Church.

Wikipedia: Peräseinäjoen kirkko (FI)


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