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On the riverfront, Qwensel House is Turku’s oldest, built around 1700...
Housed in three old wooden buildings dating from the 18th century, Naantali Museum casts a light on disappearing trades such as needlemaking and goldsmithing, as well as looking at how the town prospered from sock k...
The Greystone Church was built in the 14th century and includes the chapel of Finland’s first archbishop, completed much later in the 19th century.
Just 10km on the Nagu–Pargas road, Sattmark is a charming 18th-century red wooden crofter’s cottage with a cafe and rustic handicrafts, plus a few nature trails and ski tracks.
When Lenin was on the lamb from Russia to Stockholm in 1907 he stayed in Pargas under the pseudonym Mr Mueller. You can see his room at Pargas Local History Museum along with a seaman’s croft and restored schoolhouse.
The village of Askainen, 30km northwest of Turku, has stunning Louhisaari Manor . This lavishly decorated home was once owned by the Dutch Fleming family before being purchased by the Mannerheim family...
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