Visite de Turku (27/07/06)
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Surnommé le finlandais volant, Paavo Nurmi a été le maître du demi-fond mondial pendant 12 ans et il gagna un total de neuf médailles dont neuf en or lors des jeux olympiques de 1920 à 1928.
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Une des plus vieilles maisons de la ville qui habrite maintenant une pharmacie
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Le seul et unique bac finlandais
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Original : sur la tour, vous pouvez voir la suite de Fibonnaci
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Turunlinna : le château de Turku, le monument le plus historique de Finlande.
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Dans une des nombreuses pièces du sous-sol, un petit hommage à Lordi, le groupe qui a gagné l'Eurovision 2006.
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