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|| Turku - Hanseatic Days
Turku, Finland’s oldest city, will celebrate its 775th birthday in 2004. During the same year, the city will have the pleasure of hosting the 2004 Hanseatic Days of Modern Times. We are especially happy that Tarja Halonen, the President of Finland, has agreed to serve as patron of Hanseatic Days in Turku. Turku has chosen ’Vitality Through Co-operation’ as its theme for the Hanseatic Days event. The theme signifies Turku’s desire to further strengthen co-operation between the Hansa cities and promote close and active connections with regard to trade and industry, culture, science and co-operation among youth. We, the residents of Turku, believe that there are opportunities for co-operation between the Hansa cities in many fields. We would like to invite all of the Hansa cities to begin participation in joint projects already prior to 2004.
Turku is home to Finland’s most famous and popular Medieval Market during Hanseatic Days. The Old Great Square is filled with over one hundred actors playing the roles of all social classes, from peasantry to nobility, clergy to merchants and artisans to fools. The authentic market milieu is created by the rustic market stalls, which flog all manner of goods, such as sheepswool, wooden spoons, breads, sausages, spices, jewellery – everything a person living in the Middle Ages could ever need. Musicians entertain and delight market guests.
We would like to extend an invitation to all Hanseatic City actors, musicians, dancers and merchants to participate in the Medieval Market. The Market is a central programme entity of Turku’s Hanseatic Days
Saturday 19th June
Hanseatic Market Läntinen Rantakatu open 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Circus workshops 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Get acquainted with the circus skills in Turku
Turku Polytechnic invites circus artists, students and amateurs to the Hanseatic Days to get acquainted with the circus skills in Turku. Turku Polytechnic provides circus training that is unique in Finland and the Nordic countries and targets at training multi-skilled circus professionals.
International circus co-operation
The circus people of the Hanseatic towns have the chance to bring their own performances to Turku and work together with Finnish circus artists.
Try circus tricks
There will be circus workshops at the Polytechnic on Friday and Saturday where the circus people teach balancing, acrobatics, juggling and clownery. Anybody interested in circus is welcome.
The programme of the circus workshops on Fraiday and Saturday (two workshops simultaneously in separate rooms):
10.00 – 11.30 Balancing Acrobatics
11.30 – 13.00 Juggling Clownery
The workshops will be arranged in the circus training premises at the address Sepänkatu 1.
Medieval Market at the Old Great Square
* 12 noon – 6 p.m. Market open
* 12 noon – 4 p.m. Outdoor play, free of charge
Medieval Turku - Turku has held an important position in terms of trade and the church since the end of the thirteenth century. The annual Medieval Turku Festival coincides with the Hanseatic Days. This popular event highlights all of Turku's fine medieval landmarks and brings to life the spirit of the Middle Ages.
Off to the colourful market - At the start of the 1300s, the Great Square on the eastern side of the River Aura, next to the Cathedral, was the center of trade in Turku. Money continues to change hands in the Old Great Square ) during the Medieval Turku Festival. The Medieval Market is for visitors of all ages and is filled with nearly 100 merchants and more than 100 performers, whose four-hour play creates a realistic feeling, medieval atmosphere for the crowd. In addition to the tastes, music and market life of the Middle Ages, the market square showcases a host of skill demonstrations for visitors to enjoy.
Medieval Evening in Turku Castle - 6 – 11 p.m.
Turku Castle is full of activity. In addition to the Hansa exhibition, there are guided tours and a Catholic mass. The Castle will also host a special Medieval Night on 19 June, when dueling, archery, ring dancing and music will all play their part.
Vespers in Turku Cathedral - 8 p.m.
Turku Cathedral on Unikankare hillock is the mother church of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland and the country's national shrine. The church was dedicated to the Virgin Mary and was consecrated as a Cathedral in 1300. The Cathedral and its museum with their treasures are open daily from morning to evening throughout the Hanseatic Days event. During the Medieval Turku Festival, the Cathedral will host prayer services in medieval style, a concert and vespers service to conclude the medieval event.
Organ concert in Turku Cathedral - 9 p.m.
Organists from Hanseatic cities Claes Holmgren, Visby: Scandinavian organmusic Matthias Voget, Lübeck
Hanseatic Laurentius Market around Aboa Vetus Museum
* 12 noon – 8 p.m. Market open
Relive the Middle Ages at Aboa Vetus Museum
The heart of the Aboa Vetus Museum, situated near the Old Great Square beside the River Aura, is an underground medieval city quarter, now exposed to give a concrete view of the medieval city. Next summer, visitors to the museum will see medieval pottery and tiles and learn of their significance to the culture of the time.
Handicraft Market along the River Aura
* 12 noon – 6 p.m. Market open
During the Hanseatic Days you can visit a Finnish Handicraft Market along the River Aura. On the Market the Finnish Handicraftsmen sell quality products from Finland. You can find for example: handmade outfit, vegetables, fruits and fish.
Dutch Film Festival in Domino cinema (Humalistonkatu 7 A). In co-operation with the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Helsinki.
* 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. Mariken (free entrance)
Performance of Willem Wilhelmus, in co-operation with the Royal Netherlands Embassy in Helsinki.
* 12 noon railway station Turku, the Big Hall
* 2 p.m. along the River Aura
* 4 p.m. Gallery Titanik
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