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Fiskars Village, Fiskars
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Art, design, exhibitions, events, delicious food, handicrafts, shopping and outdoor activities in the beautiful surroundings of an old ironworks 90 km west from Helsinki.For Fiskars Village and beyond, use our Raseborg Municipality vacation generator to get the most from your Raseborg Municipality vacation.
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Wir waren in der Nachsaison dort, was aber wohl wenig Einfluss auf die Sehenswürdigkeit hatte. Das Industriemuseum und Museumsdorf stammt in den Ursprüngen aus dem Jahre 1649 und ist der Stammsitz des... read more »We were in the postseason there, what probably had little influence on the tourist attraction. The industrial Museum and museum village dates from the year 1649 in the origins and is the headquarters of the Fiskars group. Most of the buildings are however emerged in the 19th and 20th centuries. The outer shell of most buildings is well preserved and conserved, but usually shops (mostly modern) moved into the Interior, which predominantly have a relation to the originally manufactured products. The village can be construed as (living) Museum of industry therefore. The FIS carpal group here is giving away a part of its history and sacrifices him the Commerce. The extensive grounds with Park is still well worth a visit, but you can buy somewhere else. The small museum on the edge is really small and for what it offers, too expensive.show original
This is a small beautiful village about 100 km west fron Helsinki. Worth visiting and see old ironworks alongside a small river. You can eat here or have coffee break or visit museums and shops. Very ... read more »
I love the green and the beautiful buildings they have. I recommend it for people who like to visit traditional attractions of Finland. You will like it! The architecture is brilliant and the people r... read more »
Great little village. Lot's of history, idyllic surroundings, lot's of artesans and wonderful restaurants. Enjoy easy and relaxing two day visit for example.
All kind of artisans. Also looots of oaks!
Ghita von Denffer-RinneThe ironworks area Idyll charms. Beautiful buildings and a park area of rivers and water for your. Good cafes and restaurants, as well as the stores and shops. The local people were very friendly. I strongly recommend to all the kyläilemää out there.show original
Marko PakarinenA great hiking location. The friendly residents, as well as historically significant location to explore the old factory.show original
Tuomas PietiläHere thrives at all times. Summers and winters.show original
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