Webcam amateur naisen tyydytysalso because of its non-standard shape and that decorations and a crown are included. By evening, most of the town had burned to the ground. In 1793, Vaasa had 2,178 inhabitants, and in the year of the catastrophic town fire of 1852 the number had risen to 3,200. Therefore, the primary name also changed from "Vasa" to "Vaasa according to Finnish spelling.
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In the master plan the disastrous consequences of the fire were considered. Voit etsiä ruokakauppoja alla näkyvältä kartalta tai listalta. During those days 17 civilians were killed, property was looted and destroyed, many were assaulted and several people were taken to the village of Salmi in Kuortane where they had to endure siwa vasa huviopas tampere ravintolat the physical punishment called running the gauntlet. The film production company Future Film has its head office in Vaasa. Vaasa in the Finnish War edit During the Finnish War, fought between Sweden and Russia in 18081809, Vaasa suffered more than any other city. Mustasaari (Finnish) or Korsholm (Swedish) remains as the name of the surrounding mostly rural municipality, which since 1973 surrounds the city.
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It is currently an exclave area of the city, since it is surrounded by other municipalities. The town's coastal location offered good conditions for seafaring. In the middle of the century, Saint Mary's Church was built, and in the 1370s the building of the fortress at Korsholm, Crysseborgh, was undertaken, and served as an administrative centre of the Vasa County. Post-war history edit The language conditions in the city shifted in the 1930s, and the majority became Finnish-speaking. Citation needed There is a university ( University of Vaasa faculties of Åbo Akademi and Hanken, and two universities of applied sciences in the town. Foundation edit Old Vaasa in the 1840s by Johan Knutsson The history of Korsholm ( Finnish : Mustasaari ) and also of Vaasa begins in the 14th century, when seafarers from the coastal region in central Sweden disembarked at the present Old Vaasa, and the.