Espoo Car Museum opened in 1979 and displays about 100 different cars, including racing cars, trucks and buses dating from ... More
Espoo Car Museum (Espoon Automuseo)
Espoo Car Museum opened in 1979 and displays about 100 different cars, including racing cars, trucks and buses dating from the turn of the century to the 1960s. There are also bicycles, mopeds, motorcycles and other old objects such as gramophones or radios in the collection. The museum includes a complete collection of Saabs, a 1924 T-Model Ford and Juan Manuel Fangio's Ferrari in which he won the Formula I World Championships in 1951 and 1954-57. There is a small shop and a kiosk too. To get there take a train (E, L or S) to Leppävaara and catch bus number 67 from there.
This church designed by professor Aarno Ruusuvuori is situated on Tapionraitti, which leads to the centre of Tapiola. The church,
cubic in form, represents a type of architecture, unusual to Finland. The church seems to form its own little ...
The Church of St. Herman of Alaska was built in the centre of Tapiola a few years ago. It is
lovely to visit this charming wooden building, located on a small wooded hill right next to the Tapiola school. ...
At least as early as the sixteenth century, the inhabitants of Espoo used to travel several miles to hear the
Word of God in this church, which many people consider to be the most beautiful church in the area. ...
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