Kokkola (Swedish: Karleby) is a town and municipality of Finland. The town is located in the province of Western Finland and is part of the Central Ostrobothnia region. The town has a population of 47,722 (31 August 2017) and covers an area of 2,730.80 square kilometres (1,054.37 sq mi) of which 1,286.61 km (496.76 sq mi) is water. The population density is 33.04 inhabitants per square kilometre (85.6/sq mi). Neighbour municipalities are Halsua, Kalajoki, Kannus, Kaustinen, Kronoby, Lestijärvi, Larsmo and Toholampi.
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This place is a nice collection of old buildings (50 buildings, 12,500 museum items), farm animals (15 species, 100 individuals) and museum tractors. There are also a nice cafe, a small playground, cottages for rent and a caravan site there. Unfortunately some small details are a bit run-down but the value for money is still very good. The park is situated in Kälviä (navigator address Eläinpuistontie 2), 10 kilometers to the north of Kokkola.
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We offer guided tours all around Kokkola including the historical Old Town Neristan, cemeterys with famous residents of Kokkola, sightseeing with a bus around town, lighthouse island Tankar and sea cruises.
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A very interesting exhibition of the Finnish school's history in the right school building dating back to the 1700s, the exhibition shows the different stages of the school and education in Finland. this museum and other museums in Kokkola are worth visiting specialliy this year, when Finland celebrates 100 years of independence, it is all free.
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The construction of the house was finished in 1813. The design has influences from both Rococo and Gustavianism, Swedish neo-classicism. As a combination of architectural styles the Roos House is one of a kind in Finland. In here you can see how the Roos family lived. Karl Herman Renlund's art collection in the 2nd floor consists of approximately 50 works from the Golden Age of Finnish Art.
I think house must be the most beatiful house in Kokkola if you stay in town you hawe to see it.In Roos House's upstairs exhibition tells of life in Kokkola during the city's flourishing during the 19th century. Roos house builder was Andreas Roos (1785-1842).
Here is interesting to visit because of the changing Exhibitions whit,s have different themes.
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In this old beautiful house, located in the Kokkola Museum Quarter, are many maritime historic artefacts and here you can see how the 1700's upper class families lived in old Kokkola.if you are interested in old historic places you hawe to see this...and this year..its free...
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Lätt att hitta mitt inne i centrum. Bra utrymmen och fin utställning. Jag hittade snabbt det jag ville ha och jag tror alla gör det. Mycket ungdomligt och intressant för snabba presenter för besök.
The ITE Museum is a Contemporary Folk Art Museum maintained by the city of Kokkola and Maaseudun Sivistysliitto. Its main task is to exhibit and promote Finnish contemporary folk art or ITE art. The building was built in 1813 as a living quarter for the Pedagogio’s teacher. In the ITE Museum in Kokkola you can see Exhibitions based on the Collections, as well as visiting Exhibitions.
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