In collaboration with Turku Youth Council, the City of Turku challenges you to share your best everyday climate tips by means of video art.
An international idea competition for the Linnanniemi area was held in spring 2020 with the objective of finding a comprehensive overall idea and v
With a compelling alumni panel discussion and keynote speeches from international professionals currently working in Finland, this online career ev
During an Instagram takeover, service providers introduce themselves and answer questions from followers.
Altogether 127 proposals from both Finland and abroad were submitted for the competition concerning this unique area surrounding the Turku Castle.
In total, 71 proposals were submitted for the competition. Of these, 53 were addressed to the series Vivid city centre.
To celebrate the centenary of Carin Bryggman’s birth, her life and design works are showcased in Turku Castle.
“The event will be organized differently but just as well,” said City of Turku’s Manager of International Affairs Mika Akkanen at
The number of coronavirus cases in Finland has been increasing and the Turku area has reached the acceleration phase.This is why it is important to
Culture Card holders get a 50% discount on the normal price.
The BalticSatApps project started by approaching the user and developer scene of EO data. Dr.
åppi is a new learning app of augmented reality. Developed in Turku, it encourages pupils and students to walk along the side of the River Aura and introduces unheard stories from Turku. The app is useful for teaching history, biology, visual arts and languages, for instance. The app has been developed as a collaborative effort between the City of Turku Education Division and CTRL Reality.
The science competition is organised in collaboration with higher education institutions and businesses in the area.
Nurses working in City of Turku health stations book 2000 coronavirus testing times per week.
According to the Communicable Diseases Act (1227/2016), the chief physician responsible for communicable diseases in a municipality or hospital dis
For this reason, a general recommendation to use a mask came into force in institutions of upper secondary education in Turku (vocational instituti
Borrowing trash grabbers is a wish that customers often make to the library.
The regional steering group led by the Hospital District of Southwest Finland gathers on Friday 2 October to discuss regional recommendations, amon
Come and develop social skills, slef-confidence and stress tolerance in a fun way in an applied improvisation course.
Mayor's press briefings are held every few weeks on current issues. City of Turku's last press br
Maria Jotuni’s classic comedy Kultainen vasikka (‘Golden Calf’) is a description of the necessity
A person with coronavirus who may have infected others spent time in the facilities of night club Studio on 18 and 19 September between 11:30 pm an
Overall, 323 coronavirus infections have been detected in Turku (source: the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare, 24 September at 10 am).
The City of Turku is launching an artificial intelligence-based advice bot for spreading awareness of coronavirus guidelines. Named Åbot, the purpose of the advice bot is to ensure that the City of Turku’s current coronavirus guidelines are accessible in all of the most notable languages used in Turku.