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Address: Naesinpuisto, Tampere 33210, Finland
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Milavida = ex-Näsinlinna

Milavida was the original name for the house or rather a palace, beautifully restored. The building was completed in 1898. It was let built by Peter von Nottbeck who was one of... read more

Reviewed 25 March 2017
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Helsinki
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Reviewed 25 March 2017

Milavida was the original name for the house or rather a palace, beautifully restored. The building was completed in 1898. It was let built by Peter von Nottbeck who was one of the owners Finlayson factory. This palace is involved with very many sad stories but to learn them you need to travel to Tampere. The story of the family,... More 

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Helsinki, Finland
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Reviewed 19 February 2017

The beautiful palace of Milavida, re-named to Näsilinna in the 1920's, has been - at last! restored to it's original grandeur - including giving it back it's original name. The palace is situated in the middle of a beautiful park overlooking lake Näsijärvi (the name Milavida means beautiful view). The palace has a nice restaurant and a café in the... More 

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Reviewed 13 July 2015

It was a Family History why we went there they were reopening Nasilinna after more then 20 years it was waiting for renovations it is now done and it is beautiful.Peter and Olga didn't get to live her but there children did.Olga died giving birth to twins and Peter died 8 months later of appendicitis.My great grand father(Wilhelm Von Nottbeck)... More 

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