Afternoon promenade in Old Vaasa

King Charles IX established Vaasa in 1606. In 1852 a big fire destroyed the town. Some of the houses: Wasastjerna house and the old Court of Appeal luckily survived. We also visit the ancient place of a castle and ruins of the medieval St Maria church. The tour starts at Kauppiaankatu 10.

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