Pasilan linkkitorni

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Pasilan Linkkitorni
YLE transmission tower January 31 2009.jpg
General information
Type Communication
Location Helsinki, Finland
Coordinates 60°12′16.75″N 024°55′24.34″E / 60.2046528°N 24.9234278°E / 60.2046528; 24.9234278Coordinates: 60°12′16.75″N 024°55′24.34″E / 60.2046528°N 24.9234278°E / 60.2046528; 24.9234278
Completed 1983
Height
Antenna spire 146 m (479 ft)
Top floor 112 m (367 ft)
Design and construction
Architect Mikko Armanto

Pasilan linkkitorni (aka. Yle Transmission Tower) is the designation of a 146-metre (479 ft) high TV tower in Pasila, Helsinki.[1] Pasilan linkkitorni was built in 1983 and has at a height of 112 metres (367 ft) rooms with technical equipment. It is the tallest freestanding tower in the Greater Helsinki area and the second tallest in Finland, after and Näsinneula in Tampere.

Details of the transmission equipment

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