Tampere

Tampere is the third largest city in Finland with around 215,000 inhabitants. Being 170 km north of the Finnish coastal capital , it is also the most populous inland town in the .

Landmarks in the Area

The University of Tampere was a public university in , Finland that was merged with to create the new Tampere University on 1 January 2019.

Tampere Stadium, also known as Ratina Stadium, designed by architect Timo Penttilä and completed in 1965, is a multi-purpose stadium in , , with a seating capacity of 16,800 people, and up to 32,000 people for concerts.

Tampere Cathedral is a Lutheran church in , , and the seat of the Diocese of Tampere.

Näsinneula is an observation tower in , , overseeing Lake Näsijärvi.

Särkänniemi is an amusement park in , .

Localities in the Area

Pispala is a city area 2.5 km from the centre of , .

Pyynikki is a district and a nature reserve in , .

Kaleva is an eastern part of the city of , .

Nekala is a neighbourhood in the city of , .

Tammela is a district in , , located east of the city centre.

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