Nokia is a small town of over 30,000 inhabitants that lies about 15 kilometers (9.5 miles) west of the Tampere . For ... More
Nokia is a small town of over 30,000 inhabitants that lies about 15 kilometers (9.5 miles) west of the Tampere . For centuries Nokia belonged to the old Greater Pirkkala, but seceded in 1922, when the area was still called Northern Pirkkala. The place was named Nokia in 1938. Most often associated with telecommunications, Nokia's true history begins here. When in town, it's worth visiting the old redbrick factory buildings in which the success and global growth of Nokia Corp began over a hundred years ago. You might also want to visit the Pirkanmaan Uusi Panimo famous for its beers and ciders.
I have a business in Vaasa - Finland, and i found that the Nokia phone that made in Finland is very old, Although It's seem to be very old but it's working properly and it cost quite cheep. Every Phone shop sell secondhand phone with accessories and some time you can find one new mobiphone with second hand good price.
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The Presidential Palace has been a private home, the Finnish residence of the Czar and the official residence of Finland's
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