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Hämeenlinna is a city and municipality of about 68,000 inhabitants in the heart of the historical province of Häme in the south of Finland and is the birthplace of composer Jean Sibelius. Today, it belongs to the region of Tavastia Proper, and until 2010 it was the residence city for the Governor of the province of Southern Finland. Nearby cities include the capital Helsinki, Tampere and Lahti.
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by Nikolas Davies, Erkki Jokiniemi
Kirvestyöt, Rakentajain Kustannus Oy, Hämeenlinna 1971, Arvi A. Karisto Oy:n kirjapaino Roininen, R.H.: Muuraustyön ...
Works and Authors of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden Since 1967 by Mitzi M. Brunsdale
October 2, 1962, Kerava, Finland; Residence: Hämeenlinna, Finland; Occupations: radio and television scriptwriter, editor, translator, author ...
by Nielsen & Lundbeck
Hameen lääni: Hämeenlinna, Asikkala, Forssa, Hauho, littala, Jämsä, Kangasala, Korpllahti, Koski, H. 1., Kuhmoinen, Lahti, bam- ml, Luopioinen, Nokia, Orivesi, Riihimäki, Ruovesi, Somero, Tampere, Turenki, Urjala, Valkeakoski, Vilppula.
by Michael Kennedy, Joyce Bourne
Hämeenlinna Inst. of Mus. 1950–75. Works incl. 7 syms.; opera The Cloak (Gogol), and several more; 3 Kalevala cantatas; ballets; 2 pf. concs.; vn.conc.; vc. conc.; cl. conc.; fl. conc.; 2 str. qts.; pf. sonata (Notre Dame), etc ...
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