The current church in Pöytyä was built in 1793 under the direction of Mikael Piimänen according to the drawings of architect C.C. Gjörwell. It was dedicated to the ‘wish of the common people’ as the epanty church of the then King gustav IV Aadolf of Sweden.
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Kaidanoja Manor is a versatile service. The manor has banquet and meeting rooms, two saunas, hotel and camp accommodations, two furnished terraced houses, caravan and tent sites and a huge courtyard with height differences. At the manor you can enjoy the food and pastries prepared by Kulhuan Paakari. The manor's…View more
On the shores of the beautiful Myllylammi. The property is available for rent. Lähteentupa is located in Myllykylä. The cottage has a fridge, TV, fireplace, 2 tables and benches. There is a wood-heated sauna with dressing booths in connection with the cottage. In addition, there is a child-friendly swimming pool…View more
Teinikivi, or Teineinkivi or Teinikivi, is a large sedated boulder located in Oripää, Oripäänkangas, on the old Tampereentie road. Kivi has been named after teenagers who have been begging for study money in the summer. The teenagers reportedly sat on a boulder next to the historic Huovintie, mimicking fishing and…View more
We have personal clothing and accessories made mainly from recycled materials. The main part is wall-srated and donated fabrics or fabric removal batches, leather jackets and ties. What unique can you make of them? Come and see!View more