Briefly in English
The municipality of Hattula has been established at 1868. It is a small, growing and vital town in Tavastia Proper of Finland. Hattula is located in the Growth Corridor Finland. There are about 9500 residents living there in Hattula. The area of Hattula is about 427 square kilometers and the population density is 27,2 residents / km². One of the most widely used highways in Finland splits the municipality. There is also the Parola Railway Station, one of the four remaining original station buildings at Finland's first railway.
There are a lot of possibilities to do in Hattula! For example
Boating, riding, football, golf, frisbeegolf, theater, different culture services, swimming, surfing, navigation sports, hiking, skating, rollerskating and so on...
What can you find in Hattula?
There is so much to see! You can find the Holy Cross church of Hattula from the 15th century. It represents gothic architecture and has been an important pilgrimage subject in the Middle Ages. Upon motorway, at the intersection of Hattula you can see an interesting monument, Leopard 2 A4 tank. The Armour museum locates at Parolannummi so as the armored brigade of the Finnish Defence Forces and The Lion of Parola monument.
Hattula is known for a nationalist writer called Jaakko Juteini (born in 1781) and a concrete-made bridge, called the Mierola bridge, built right after the Civil War in 1919. The Municipal library and 2016 completed multipurpose center are named by Juteini.
There are a lot of beautiful estates in Hattula and an old, significant institute where you can study horticulture. The winery of Lepaa produces domestic Finnish high quality wines. The interesting clay workshop and the gardening museum locates at the same area.