I visited Seinäjoki last week. Seinäjoki is a Finnish municipality located in southern Ostrobothnia. The whole time we were there, it was either cloudy or it rained. Bad weather kinda belongs to Finnish summer so I didn’t mind it. Though the dull light made it kind of hard to produce pleasing photographs. As we strolled around the town, I shot mainly the architecture or the Tangomarkkinat (Tango festival). Tangomarkkinat is a Finnish institution, which annually elects tango king and tango queen.
Here are some pictures of Seinäjoki. I really like the Aalto Centre, which consists of six different structures designed by a famous Finnish architect and designer Alvar Aalto. The Cross of the Plains Church really dominates the city scape of Seinäjoki. I loved the lines I was able to capture at the Aalto Centre.
Anyways, here are some pictures from our trip to Seinäjoki.