I'm Tony Hagerlund, 41 years old green politician from Espoo, At the moment I am a member of the board that organizes early childhood education (including daycare).
I'm educated as master of social sciences and practical nurse. I work as a chief of webcommunication. My family consists of three children (aged 16, 7 and 5 years).
I'm running for city council in the municipal elections 2017.
Welcome to Espoos archipelago. Rövaren is a outdoor island in the Eastern Gulf. It can be reached by archipelago boat from april to august, I think..
The Beach of Velskola in Notrhern Espoo. The area is owned and maintaines by the Evangelical Lutheran Parishes of Espoo. I understand that the beach is a "semi-public".
The Beach of Saarijärvi is located in Northern Espoo, near the border of Vihti. The lake is shallow with a sandy bottom, so it fit to splash around.
The Beach of Ruispelto is on the north shore of Lake Pitkäjärvi. The beach is small but idyllic. This beach is not well known, and it's used mainly people who live nearby.
Northern Myllyjärvi is located in Lahnus, Northern Espoo, Finland. A small lake is partly a nature reserve.
The Beach of Oittaa is located on the shores of Lake Bodom. The beach is suitable for families with children as it deepens gradually. Actually Oittaa has actually two seperate beaches. Oittaa is the most popular beach in Espoo, and one of the "top beaches" in Helsinki region.
Odilampi isa a small beach located in the Northern Espoo, near the border of Vantaa.
There isn't actually a swimming beach in Nuottaniemi, but the are three small "sandy spots" from within you can get into the sea. So this is not an official or maintained beach.
Matinlahti beach is located in Matinkylä. The beach is also known as the Beach of Matinkylä..
The beach of Laaksolahti is located on the shoores of Pitkäjärvi. The beach looks small, but is surprisingly big. There is a volleyball court, and you can wash up in the ice-hockey arena on the backgropnd.
Iso Vasikkasaari (in english freely translated Big Calf Island) is a wonderful outdoor island Espoo, just outside Matinkylä. In the island there is one well equipped beach and few small ones..
The beach of Summer Islands (in finnish Suvisaaristo) is by the seaside in Espoo archipelago.
There are two beacher in the Lake Kaitalampi, maybe five hundred meters of each other.. Here are pictures of the Northern beach.
In the northern parts of Espoo you can find Kaitalampi. In english Kaitalampi means narrow pond. Located in nature reserve Kaitalampi is very quiet and calm place to hang visit.
There are two beaches in Kaitalampi. Actually they aren't "beaches", but more like "places that you can go to swim." Lake is deep and if I remember correctly the correct word in english is crag.
Welcome to one of a very strange corner of the city of Espoo. From the Soukka Cape you can find a six-acre recreational area, The area, including the small beach, is run by the city of Kauniainen..
Mellsten Beach is located in the southern Espoo, Haukilahti. Plenty of people live nearby this popular beach.
Since I've taken pictures from all the beaches of my homwtown Espoo, hasty person might think that I am disregarding the other beaches. Sometimes, I may get bored and go for a swim instance for the Piraeus. Piraeus is the neighboring city of Athens, in a sense, therefore, similar to what Espoo is to Helsinki.
The Beach of Lippajärvi is located nearly in the Middle of Espoo, in the districh of Viherlaakso
Sorvalampi is a small pond and also a beach in northern Espoo. Sorvalampi is a part of the Nuuksio lake district.