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Finland: a new Museum in an ancient Palace


The museums of Finland in June of 2015 added another exhibition center: Museum Milavida will open at the Palace Nasilinna (Näsilinna). 

The Palace that initially was named Milavida, was built in the late 19th century by the famous architect Karl August Wrede.

For the last 17 years the Palace complex was closed to the public — since then, in 1998, was closed the Museum of the häme region, Nasilinna was in caretaker status. Now the reconstruction of this unique monument of architecture of Baroque style coming to an end, and the new Museum will open its doors to visitors after its completion.

As reported by the city government of Tampere, the ownership of which is now in this ancient Palace complex since 1905, the Museum Milavida will operate two permanent exhibitions. They will tell the tourists the history of the Palace Näsilinna and the häme region, which is located in the architectural complex, as well as a biography of the most famous representatives of the sort of background Nottbeck, which originally belonged to the estate of Milavida.

Exhibition dedicated to the biography of von Nottbeck will be interactive, so the Museum tour  will be very colorful and interesting due to audio and video.

In addition to permanent exhibitions Palace Nasilinna will also take and mobile exposure.

Category: Excursions
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Date of publication: 19.01.2015

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