One of the best specimens of such an entertainment we chanced to see was at the old-world city of Åbo.
In front of us looms up the famous old castle of Åbo, awkward and irregular in its shape, and snow-white in texture.
The town of Åbo has a population of about twenty-five thousand, who are mostly of Swedish descent.
Thus too Åbo, the ancient capital of Finland, was called Turku, which in the Swedish language means a market-place.
We stopped at Åbo, the ancient capital of Finland, justly proud of its stone cathedral.
It ran—Annuka, the maid of Åbo, sat at the end of the bridge waiting for a man after her own mind, a man with tender words.
It was at Åbo we were introduced to one of the greatest delicacies of Finland.
It was really amazing, in the market-place at Åbo, to see the large baskets filled with these little crayfish.