Lahti is a city in Finland, which has a population of 98,413 people. Lahti in Finland borders the Vesijarvi Lake. Lahti Finland was originally a part of Hollola and it became a city in the year 1905.
Lahti is famous for the World cup winter games which are held annually there, known as Salpausselan kisat. Finland's best known symphony is perhaps from Lahti, known as Lahti Symphony Orchestra. Lahti has an Olympic size ski- jump. The hills outside the town have radio towers. The hill which is perhaps the highest in southern Finland used to be the logical place for the broadcasting companies for the purpose of putting their beacons.
There is a famous museum in Lahti which exhibits the Finnish broadcasting history. It also covers some of the foreign television shows in the Finnish version. In the area of Education, the Department of Education and Culture in Lahti takes care of the education, cultural events, library services, orchestral performances, to the residents of the place.