Bonfire cruise on June 21st 2013:
We depart from the Market Square at 20.45. Tickets: 25 €. You can buy refreshments and snacks from café / bar on board. Ensure your place onboard and buy your ticket in advanceMidsummer celebrations are pre-Christian in origin. Before 1316, the summer solstice was called Ukon juhla, after the Finnish god Ukko. After the celebrations were Christianized, the holiday is known as juhannus after John the Baptist. In the Finnish midsummer celebration, bonfires (Finnish kokko) are very common and are burnt at lakesides and by the sea.
An important feature of the midsummer in Finland is the white night and the midnight sun. Because of Finland's location spanning around the Arctic circle the nights near the midsummer day are short or non-existent."
June 21st 2013
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