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The communication centre of the Finnish army's headquarters, which was located in Mikkeli, was known by the code name, Lokki, which means "seagull" in Finnish. During the Continuation War of 1941-1944, the Lokki Communication Centre was based in a...more
For a long time after the end (1945)of the war called here 'the continuation war' this vital communications site was left neglected and fell into decay. More recently it has been restored and is available for visits in the summer months. It shows how Finland...More
The Viestikeskus Lokki is carved inside a rock. The museum displays the daily activities of the wartime communications centre that served the military headquarters.
A small but an interesting specialty museum. A nice addition to visiting the Headquarters museum accross the street.
This telephone and telex communication centre was dug in the rock during the Winter War 1939-40 and was in use during so called Continuation War 1941-44. All the telephonelines from the warfronts were connected to this centre and also to the of The Central Elementary...More
I visited here with my wife. We were both happy with this small museum. I strongly recommend this museum, visit wont take much time. The exhibition rooms are small, but you can see many war time radio and telecommunications devices. Also the location inside a...More
We got the ticket along with admission to the Mannerheim HQ museum for an extra euro. Well worth it as it was a hot day and it was nice and cool in the commcen built inside the hill. Well maintained with a lot of original...More
This was the most important CC of the Finnish army during the WW II. It is situated inside a mountain Naisvuori in the vicinity of the HQ of the Army.
This museum is well maintained and absolutely worth visiting.