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About Jyväskylä
The city of Jyväskylä is located north of Lake Päijänne, on the southwestern side of Kuopio, in south central Finland. Established back in 1837, Jyväskylä happens to be the largest city in Central Finland. Nicknamed as the "Athens of Finland", Jyväskylä is recognized as a major educational hub in the country. Much of the beauty of Jyväskylä can be accredited to the host of architectural marvels designed in the city by the renowned architect Alvar Aalto. Packed with around 328 picturesque lakes, the city also brims with unspoilt scenic natural beauty.

The flamboyant cosmopolitan city of Jyväskylä is packed with a plethora of famous attractions. The city is known popularly for its host of intriguing museums including the Finnish Air Force Museum, the Natural History Museum of Central Finland, the Museum of Central Finland, The Alvar Aalto Museum, The Craft Museum of Finland, and the Jyvaskyla Art Museum. Other prime places of interest in Jyväskylä city include Kuokkalan Kartano, Tourujoen Luontopolku, and  Mäki-Matin Perhepuisto.

While you are in Jyväskylä, you can spend time soaking in the breathtaking city views from Vesilinna, shopping for unique souvenirs at Toivola Old Courtyard, seeking blessings at the Jyväskylä Town Church, and relishing local delicacies at Harmooni. Jyväskylä experiences a continental climate with a considerable amount of rainfall occurring during the year.. The summers here are partly cloudy and comfortable, while the winters in the city are snowy, freezing, and long.
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