Tampere is a city in Pirkanmaa, southern Finland. It is the most crowded inland city in the Nordic nations. It's additionally the most crowded Finnish city outside the Greater Helsinki territory and a noteworthy urban, monetary, and social center point for focal Finland. Tampere is known for its dynamic social life. The absolute most well known journalists in Finland, for example, Väinö Linna, Kalle Paatalo, and Hannu Salama, hail from Tampere. These writers are referred to especially as essayists delineating the lives of average workers individuals, on account of their separate foundations as individuals from the common laborers.
Likewise from such a foundation was the popular writer Lauri Viita of the Pispala area, which was additionally the first home of the previously mentioned Hannu Salama. One of the main tourist attractions is the Sarkanniemi entertainment mecca, which incorporates the milestone Nasinneula tower, bested by a spinning eatery. Notwithstanding these, it used to house a dolphinarium. Different locales of premium are Tampere Cathedral, Tampere City Hall, Tampere City Library Metso, Kaleva Church both composed by Reima Pietilä, the Tampere Hall for gatherings and shows, and the Tampere Market Hall.
Tampere is additionally home to one of the last exhibition halls on the planet devoted to Vladimir Lenin. The exhibition hall is housed in the Tampere Workers' Hall where amid a resulting Bolshevik gathering in the city, Lenin met Joseph Stalin out of the blue. Lenin moved to Tampere in August 1905 however in the end fled Tampere in November 1907 while being sought after by the Russian Okhrana.