SHOPPING CENTRES FINLAND

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SHOPPING CENTRES FINLAND


Forum (shopping centre)  
Forum is a shopping centre in Helsinki, Finland.The shopping centre includes an underground parking lot, with connections to the nearby surroundings, including to Stockmann.

Heikintori  
Heikintori is the oldest shopping centre in the entire country of Finland. It includes many shops including clothes and electronics shops, many restaurants, and a barber's shop.

Ideapark  
Ideapark is a shopping mall in Lempäälä, Finland. The mall was built on a greenfield site along the Helsinki-Tampere motorway. It was opened for business on December 1, 2006.





Iso Omena  
Omena is a pleasant family-sized shopping centre in Matinkylä, Espoo. Iso Omena is a block full of services. There are more than 115 stores specialising in fashion, home décor, leisure and wellbeing, which offer everything you and your family might need. Meanwhile, our full-service supermarkets contain all the necessary daily goods and groceries.

Itäkeskus shopping centre  
Itäkeskus shopping centre is a shopping centre in the district of Itäkeskus in East Helsinki, Finland. It is the largest covered-in shopping centre in the Nordic countries, with a gross leasable area of 96,300 square metres, nearly 240 different shops (including about 30 restaurants and cafés) and 3000 parking spaces. Located nearby is also the Itäkeskus metro station.

Kamppi Center  
Kamppi Center (in Finnish, Kampin keskus) is a complex in the Kamppi district in the centre of Helsinki. It is said to be Helsinki's new downtown commercial and residential centre. As a four-year construction project, it was the largest singular construction site in the history of Finland, involving the extensive and difficult redevelopment of the Kamppi district in downtown Helsinki.

Kluuvi shopping centre  
The Kluuvi shopping centre (Finnish: Kauppakeskus Kluuvi) is a shopping centre on Aleksanterinkatu in the Kluuvi district in central Helsinki, Finland. The shopping centre has about 35 businesses (of which the most notable are Halonen, McDonald's, and Indiska). The shopping centre was opened on March 15, 1989, and was designed by the architect bureau Castren-Jauhiainen-Nuuttila.

Mylly  
Mylly is a shopping centre in Raisio, Finland. The shopping centre has nearly a hundred shops, banks, and other services on an area of 62 000 m2, and is as such the largest shopping centre in the Turku region and second largest in Finland outside the Helsinki region. Mylly was opened in October 2001, and the total annual sales of the complex exceed a hundred million euros.

Myyrmanni  
Myyrmanni is a shopping center located at the Myyrmäki suburb of Vantaa, Finland. The center was built in the early 1990s and it has over 120 stores and 1,100 parking spaces. It was the site of the Myyrmanni bombing on October 11, 2002.


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Sello  
Sello (Finnish for cello) is a shopping mall in the Leppävaara district of Espoo, Finland. The mall contains more than 160 shops and services including a concert hall and the main library of Espoo.The newer part of Sello has many restaurants and many smaller stores, and also multiple sport stores such as Intersport and Stadium. Sello also has a hotel named The Palace.

Anne Linnonmaa Oy  
Ecological fashion knitwear collection.

Finnishgifts.com  
Selections include crystalware from Iittala, as well as Marimekko bed linen and towels, and Kalevala jewelry.

Memories of Finland  
Today, Memories of Finland is a thriving gift shop and the hub of the Finnish community in the Washington, D.C. area. Their current local mailing list exceeds 2,000. The business is still owned and operated by the Tervakoskis, and now includes a wholesale operation, The Finnishing Touch, which serves more than 275 gift and specialty stores across the US and Canada.

Solo Market  
Online shopping mall offering gifts and home accessories.

Zarro  
Furniture, lamps, kitchen, and bathroom products. Online orders and a shop in Helsinki.

City Center Helsinki  
City Center Helsinki is a "real world" shopping centre / shopping mall and office centre located opposite the Helsinki central railway station. The City-Center mall occupies an area of over 39200 square meters and offers customers access to over 50 shops and services and over 20 coffee shops and bars located on three floors. The City Center Helsinki website is available in English, from where customers can view information about shops, services, restaurants and bars found in the centre. Examples of shops and services found in the shopping mall include grocery shops, speciality food shops, clothing stores, shoe shops, book shops CD music shops, mobile / cell phone telephone shops, camera and photo development shops, jewellery shops, goldsmiths and more.

koskikeskus  
Koskikeskuksessa asiakkaita palvelee noin 100 erikoisliikettä arkeen, juhlaan ja vapaa-aikaan. Koskikeskuksen vahvuutena ovat lukuisat ravintolapalvelut, monipuoliset vaate-erikoisliikkeet sekä asiantuntevat terveyspalvelut. Lisäksi Koskikeskuksessa on 425 katettua autopaikkaa asiakkaiden käytössä.

Tullintori  
Tullintorin kauppakeskus sijaitsee Tampereella rautatieaseman läheisyydessä. Sinne pääsee vaivattomasti niin kävellen, henkilöautolla kuin julkisilla liikennevälineillä. Keskuksella on lähes 700 pysäköintipaikkaa, joista 500 sijaitsee katetussa pysäköintihallissa.

Paradoxes of shopping malls  
one of the largest shopping malls in finland.

Migros shopping mall  
Siis olemme viikonloppuna lähdössä Antalyaan ja kysyisin millä pääsee parhaiten kyseiseen kauppakeskukseen keskustasta, taksi vai dolmus ? Ja sama juttu Kursulun putouksista ?




















SHOPPING CENTRES FINLAND