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Mannerheim`s Saloon Car

Mannerheimintie, Mikkeli, Finland
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Where Hitler was recorded in private discussion

Marshall Mannerheim, Commander-in-Chief of the Finnish Armed Forces during the Winter War and World... read more

Reviewed 6 January 2017
Hannu T
Something past history.

Great place to visit. Stinky thing is the car is open only once a year the 4th of June the... read more

Reviewed 19 December 2016
Mikkeli, Finland
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Mannerheimintie, Mikkeli, Finland
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Reviewed 6 January 2017

Marshall Mannerheim, Commander-in-Chief of the Finnish Armed Forces during the Winter War and World War II used this train saloon car with a saloon, a kitchen and 5 sleeping compartments with beds for 8 persons. In the saloon he discussed 4th July 1942 with Adolf...More

Thank Hannu T
Reviewed 19 December 2016

Great place to visit. Stinky thing is the car is open only once a year the 4th of June the birthday of marshal Mannerheim. You can find all necessary rooms for generals and have taste of the World War II.

Thank spede2015
Reviewed 29 May 2016

This Saloon Car is the actual car, which C.G Mannerheim used during the WW2. It stands at the Mikkeli Railway Station year around, but only once every year, 4th of June it's open for public. That day is Mannerheim's birthday. Don't miss it if you...More

Thank Tuire P
Reviewed 15 December 2015

This Saloon Car of Marshal Mannerheim is a magnificent historical monument and exemplar reminding his work in motion during hard war times! The Saloon is open for public only on June 4th annually.

Thank pertti50
Reviewed 22 March 2015

This is the traveling coach of Mannerheim at the central railway station. Once it turned into a museum, it is opened for visiting only once a year, but you can easily see the interior from the large windows and get familiar with how one of...More

Thank Natalia I
Reviewed 14 January 2015

This historical saloon car is situated adjacent to the Mikkeli station platform. From the platform one can peer through the windows at the decorative interior. However, although this wonderful vehicle might appropriately be located in Mikkeli - the town in which Field Marshall Mannerheim had...More

Thank Finntrainfan
Reviewed 3 December 2014

The Mannerheim´s Saloon car is open for visitors only once a year and day is our marshall´s birthday the 4.th of June. Then you can walk through the saloon and see how Mannerheim travelled in his Saloon car. Interesting, I do recommend.

Thank Kari2911
Reviewed 9 November 2013

This place is valuable for me, because I respect Mannerheim. It is possible to look into car through windows - entrance prohibited. Funny, that car attached to platform with a small locker - you can find it, Ithink it is a joke.

Thank CopperTeaPot
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Миглена Д
4 October 2016|
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Response from Tuire P | Reviewed this property |
The Saloon car is open for public only once a year, 4th of June. That's the only day you can get in there (no fee).
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