Kuopio City Hall

Kuopio, Finland

The massive City Hall of Kuopio was built between 1882-1885. The Neo-renaissance building was designed by F. A. Sjöström and J. Stenbäck.


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Founded: 1882-1885
Category: Palaces, manors and town halls in Finland
Historical period: Russian Grand Duchy (Finland)


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Markku Mustonen (23 months ago)
The most beautiful buildings in Kuopio.
Jaana M. Almasri (2 years ago)
The municipal election voting took place here in advance. The location was awesome, central and easy to get to. In addition, now 2021 advance voting was an exception for 2 weeks due to the corona. Voters were also more active, as was I - a commuter. The town hall itself is an old and beautiful building. The roof of the entrance is simply an "attraction".
Rastseven (Rastseven) (3 years ago)
I have a better house
Jari-Pekka Heimola (3 years ago)
Old and beautiful Kuopio City Hall. It looks great in- and outside.
泡水的吐司 (4 years ago)
Nice and lovely place ~ with a long Slippery ... It must be fun slipping on it
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