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Virolahti Local History Museum

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Museotie 133, Virolahti
  • Kotiseutumuseo Virolahti

Virolahti Local History museum is located in countryside area of Pyterlahti village on the side of King’s road or “Kuninkaantie” that once connected Sweden with cities in Finland and Russia. The museum is located in former girl’s primary school building that was built by Fredrik Odenvall in 1872.

The museum's exhibition is telling about marine Virolahti and region’s traditions. Virolahti is also famous for its granite. The granite found not far from the museum was used for the construction of Alexander column and Isaac Cathedral in Saint-Petesburg.

Groups for reservation.

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