To remember and enjoy once more the tangible and intangible cultural heritage aspects that characterised the 3rd Interregional Workshop Meeting and connected Study Visits - hosted by the Finnish Partner Regional Council of South Ostrobothnia last April - FINCH partnership received a perfectly designed and colourful brochure dedicated to FINCH Project and the Cultural heritage in the Western Finnish region of South Ostrobothnia.

So, if you want to know more about:

  • the Ostrobothnian Farmhouse, a traditional icon of  South Ostrobothnian culture that became popular in the 18th century and is exemplary of sustainable building and highlyskilled joinery
  • the cultural environment work in the City of Ähtäri that has been actively working on their cultural environment and heritage programme, ‘Waterways to the villages and the church’, for over ten years
  • Finnish Tango, an unexpected musical cultural tradition that attracts people from all over the world travel to the City of Seinäjoki - the Finnish tango capital - to share the exceptional feel and passion that Finns have for tango!
  • the Art Centre "Kalevan navetta", a barn built in the 1890s that has being renovated to meet the needs of the new millennium and to host various cultural actors

do not miss this brochure, available in the FINCH LIBRARY section