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About Joensuu
Laid out back in 1848 by Tsar Nikolai I, Joensuu is located at the mouth of River Pielis, to the southeast of Kuopio, in southeastern Finland. With students making up around one third of the total population of the city, Joensuu is considered to be an important educational centre of Finland.

The ever-charming beauty of Joensuu is well described by its breathtaking national parks and impressive museums. With a huge amount of snowfall happening at various parts of the city, Joensuu appears even more beautiful during the winters. The city of Joensuu brims with a host of interesting tourist attractions. The most recommended places to check out in Joensuu include the Joensuu Bunker Museum, the town hall, the Pielisjoki Castle, the Greek Orthodox church of Saint Nikolaos, the Museum of North Karelia, and the Carelicuma.

On your tour to Joensuu, you can admire the impressive artworks at Taitokortteli, soak in the lush greens of Perhos-Botania, and witness ancient and modern art at Joensuun Taidemuseo. You can also seek blessings at the Evangelical-Lutheran Church and take a leisure stroll through the breathtaking Freedom Park.Joensuu is bestowed with a cold continental climate, which is marked by mild summers and cold, freezing winters. The city experiences pleasant and salubrious weather with mild temperatures during the month of July, which is also considered to be the perfect time to visit Joensuu.
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