Works by the most renowned Finish arquitect Alvar Aalto can be seen throughout the town.
In the town the Neste Oil Rally Finland takes place, which is part of the World Rally Championship. Jyväskylä Art Festival also takes place here every year. Jyväskylä had 139,260 inhabitants as of August 31, 2017. 3 ] The town was one of the most rapidly expanding towns in Finland in the twentieth centuries.
8 ] In 1940 Jyväskylä had only 8,000 people. Jyväskylä comprises Jyväskylä, Hankasalmi, Laukaa, Muurame, Petäjävesi, Toivakka and Uurainen. Jyväskylä was established on 22 March 1837, when the Emperor of Russia and Grand Duke of Finland, Nicholas I of Russia, duly ratified the city's statutes and the town' basic infrastructural structure was rebuilt from the ground up.
At that time the Finish army troops Suomen Karti took part under his command in army actions against the Polish November Uprising and later in Hungary, Turkey and Bessarabia (today Moldova). Nikolaus I of Russia eliminated many autonomic territories, but it was suggested that the loyal ties of the Russian army affected his attempt at Finland's independence.
Originally constructed between Lake Jyväsjärvi (which is linked to Lake Päijänne) and the Jyväskylä crest (Harju), the old part of the village consists mainly of the present network urban area. In 1993, Jyväskylä and Jyväskylän Maalaiskunta and Korpilahti were included in the consolidation of Saatynätsalo on 1 January 2009. Two kilometers northerly of the downtown Palokkajärvi lies one of the countless Jyväskylä lake.
Juyväskylä lies on the northerly shore of Lake Päijänne, 147 km north-east of Tampere and 270 km west of Helsinki. Jyväskylä's undulating and wooded countryside is encircled by several hundred beautiful lake districts. In order to get to Jyväskylä from the eastern side, you have to go through the Kanavuori mound or cross it, which used to be a storage area for munitions and armour.
In mid-winter, the town gets only about five full hour of natural light. Jyväskylä has long days and long whites even in summers, i.e. dawn at noon. The Finnish Air Force has its head office in Jyväskylä in Tikkakoski. Yyväskylä also became known during the Great War as a large weapons producer (Tikkakoski), which produced rifles and munitions. Worker.
Juyväskylä is an important information technological turntable. Today, the major substitutes in Jyväskylä are education and healthcare, manufacturing of papermaking machines, information technologies and renewables. Jyväskylä, the Central Finland Medical District, the Jyväskylä University and the Air Force Academy are the largest contracting authorities. Alvar Aalto is also open to those interested in his architectural work.
Furthermore, the historic church of the town are open to the general public, most of which are the Taulumäki Church and the Jyväskylä Town Church. Besides the municipal theatre, more than a dozen groups of amateurs attend to an audience of all age. Jyväskylä is the only northern European college with a Sport School.
It was an important actor in the development of a powerful sporting heritage in the town. In the town the Neste Oil Rally Finland (formerly known as 1000 Lakes Rally) takes place. Synergia-areena icehockey center, Hippos football arena in Finland, AaltoAlvari indoor pool and many other important sporting facilities in the town are all in Hippos, two kilometers from the town center.
Matti Nykänen is situated next to the Laajavuori skiing area just a few kilometers westwards from the town center. Harju's central footballpark is situated on the hillsides next to the Harju area. Hippodrom Killeri in the town' s westward offers various races.
Jyväskylä sport crews include: The JYP is the Finish Champion in 2009 and 2012 Eishockey. From 2017 Jyväskylän Jalkapalloklubi (JJK Jyväskylä) will play in Veikkausliiga, the first league of national soccer. JyPK, Jyväskylän Pallokerho is a women's basketball club that has been competing in Naisten Liiga, the top league of Finland's soccer, since 2017.
Vaajakoski FC play in Kakkonen, the third division of the Finish Bundesliga system. Blackbird FC is playing in Kolmonen, the 4th division of the Finish Bundesliga system. Yyväskylä track and field club (JKU) is one of the top athletics club in Finland. Kiri is the most succesful Finish basketball player in ever time.
Saukot Jyväskylän played ball in the Finish upper divisions for both men and woman. The Kampuksen Dynamo (KaDy) play top class Finland club styleutsal. Spirittäret is holding ten championships in the Finish women's basketball championship. Jaguaarit Jyväskylän seudun Jaguaarit is playing in the top flight of the Finish AMF-Liga. La Happee is a top class hockey player in Finland in both the men's and women's leagues.
Men´s Finnish Championship 2014. Juyväskylä is the most important free style skiclub. Juyväskylä Skiclub (JHS) is one of the most famous cross-country running, jump, ski, snowboard, combination and bike racing associations in Finland. Juyväskylä Rally Club: Plays Rally Team ( Rally ) in the highest Bundesliga.
Since 1984 Mukwan has been a well-known Taekwondo Fighting Art Society in Jyväskylä. Since 2013 Liikunnan Riemu has been playing in the top division of the Finishutsal. The Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT, the Toyota WRT officially run by the four-time Toyota Gazoo Racing WRT leader and Jyväskylä veteran Tommi Mäkinen. Vaajakoski, a historic centre of industry now belonging to Jyväskylä, and its legacy of factory labourers electing SPD s, partly explain the predominance of the SDP.
Jyväskylä is subdivided into fourteen stations (suuralueet; storområden), which are further subdivided into 89 counties. The Lutakko is a neighborhood near the center of the town. Founding school in the years 1850 and 1860 turned out to be the most important stage in the later evolution of Jyväskylä.
Jyväskylä University's head office is regarded as Aalto's masterpiece. Later on, the contemporary arquitect Arto Sipinen, a disciple of Aalto, has been shaping the urban landscape since the 1970s, having designed most of the city's new college campuses. Semi-detached flats and detached homes live on the edge of town.
Several of the most important monuments, such as the Town Hall of Säynätsalo sketched by Aalto, are situated outside the center of the center in Säynätsalo and Muuratsalo. The Korpilahti, Jyväskylän maalaiskunta, Säynätsalo and also the west parts of Jyväskylä collection areas are mainly characterised by undulating woods and seas. Views from Lake Jyväsjärvi to the center of the town.
Jyväskylä's 360-degree panoramic view from the Horisontti skyscraper. Lutiakko with the center of the town and Harju in the back, Kuokkala River bridges with Kuokkala Quarter and Kuokkala River Towers in the back, Kuokkala River Gully in the back, Kuokkala River Gully in the back. Yyväskylä is a traditionally educational town. Jyväskylä's 45,000 pupil and pupil population includes secondary, technical and higher secondary and tertiary secondary and tertiary secondary and tertiary level, which strengthens Jyväskylä's image as a "student city".
More than 30% of the city's inhabitants are college kids. 59 ] In Jyväskylä some innovations have taken place in Finland's education: Yyväskylä Lyceum (Finnish: Jyväskylän Lyseon lukio) is the world's first middle class with Finish as the teaching medium. 60 ] She began her first tenure on 1 October 1858 and in 2018 was 160 years old.
The Lyceum still stands and is one of the city's nine high schools. This is one of the reasons why the town has been given the name Athens of Finland. Jyväskylä Pedagogical Academy later developed into the Pedagogical Academy (1934) and the multi-disciplinary Jyväskylä University (1966).
The JAMK University of Applied Sciences has 8,000 of them. 63 ]The HUMAK University of Applied Sciences is training culture managers in Jyväskylä. S1 via Pumperinmäki near Jyväskylä. The town of Jyväskylä lies at the intersection of the major roads and railroads. S/S Suomi leaves the port of Jyväskylä. VR train services to Helsinki, Pieksämäki, Tampere, Turku, Vaasa and many other Finnish cities serve Jyväskylä train terminal.
The airport is located in Tikkakoski, about 20 kilometers northeast of the town. It is located at the intersection of many major Finnish highways. The E75 runs from southwest to north, and the E63 from southeast to northeast through the town. The port of Gyväskylä is home to many cruise liners sailing on Päijänne-lakes.
Jyväskylä's transport system is administered by the Municipality under the Linkki trademark and run by Jyväskylän liikenne on behalf of the Municipality. Jennyväskylä is a member of the Eurotowns network and is being merged with a twin city: In 2009 Korpilahti was included in the consolidation in Jyväskylä. Jyväskylä asteroid 1500 (named after the name of the village by the Finish explorer Yrjö Väisälä).
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