Kristoffer Hall

Kristoffer Hall, which was opened in 1989, was completely renovated in 2009. The new 210-seat auditorium is ideal for theatre and concert events, seminars and lectures. The acoustics have been designed to accommodate the hall’s versatile use. The acoustics of the hall can now be adapted to theatre, lectures, acoustic and electronic concerts. The adjacent […]

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Rymättylä Church

Rymättylä Church is located just over 30 kilometers from Turku and about 15 kilometers from the center of Naantali. The stone church dedicated to St. James was built at the turn of the 14th and 15th centuries and the vault was made at the end of the 15th century. The vault built inside the rugged […]

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Askainen Church

The Askainen Church is a stone church from the 17th-century era of the Swedish Great Power in the present-day municipality of Masku. Next to the church is a separate belfry dating from 1779. The exact age of the church is not known, but it was built on the site of an earlier wooden church, and […]

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Merimasku Church

Merimasku originally belonged to the Masku parish. Due to the lengthy journey and the difficult transport connections, Merimasku was annexed to Naantali by order of King John III of Sweden in 1577. As water and road connections to Naantali were also challenging, Merimasku was finally given its own church and priest in 1648. The first […]

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Naantali Spa

Naantali Spa is a famous spa and congress hotel by the sea, in the idyllic old town of Naantali. The spa brings the centuries-old spa tradition of this old monastery town elegantly to the present day, with a touch of luxury and harmony, plenty of relaxation and unhurried enjoyment. Naantali Spa is one of the […]

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Temppeliaukio Church

Temppeliaukio Church is the church of the Töölö parish in Helsinki. The building was completed in 1969. The church, built into excavated bedrock, was designed by Timo and Tuomo Suomalainen. Thanks to its acoustic properties, the church is a popular venue for concerts. The church is built into the bedrock and is accessed directly from […]

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The Kultaranta Estate and Garden were founded by businessman Alfred Kordelin, and after his death Kultaranta became the property of the state. The granite main building, designed by Lars Sonck in the National Romantic style and completed in 1916, stands on the highest hill in the area. The tower of this granite castle offers a […]

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Sibelius Museum

The Sibelius Museum building is one of the most distinctive creations of Finnish modernism in the 1960s. Its simple and austere, yet exciting and unique formal language attracts architecture enthusiasts from all over the world. The museum building was inaugurated in 1968 and designed by architect Woldemar Baeckman. The museum is built around the Sibelius […]

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Naantalin Kaivohuone has long and honourable traditions, which are maintained and cherished. High-quality cuisine and an in-house bakery create mouth-watering food experiences for visitors. Naantalin Kaivohuone was built in 1868. Like the so-called lace villas, it represents the Rococo style and has also drawn inspiration from the Gustavian style. The original Kaivohuone included large terraces […]

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Själö’s long history is marked by decades as a place of treatment for lepers and the mentally ill. In the 17th and 18th centuries, the sick who were brought to the island lived in isolation from the rest of the world, with no hope of leaving once they entered the island. Wooden crosses in the […]

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