Pori is a city and municipality on the west coast of Finland. The city is located some 15 kilometres (9 mi) from the Gulf of Bothnia, on the estuary of the Kokemaenjoki river, which is the largest in Finland. Pori is the most important town in the Satakunta region.
The municipality has a population of 83,042 (31 January 2011) and covers an area of1,704.07 square kilometres (657.95 sq mi) of which 870.01 km2 (335.91 sq mi) is water. The population density is 99.56 /km2 (257.9 /sq mi). The municipality is unilingually Finnish. Pori is the 11th largest city in Finland, and the 7th largest urban area.
The Neo- Gothic Juselius Mausoleum, located in the Kappara cemetery in central Pori, was built in 1903 by the wealthy industrialist F.A. Juselius for his daughter Sigrid, who died when she was only 11 years old. The mausoleum was designed by the architect Josef Stenback. The mausoleum originally had frescoes painted by artist Akseli Gallen-Kallela, but these decayed after a short time.