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The main building of Vermo in 2004.

Vermo is the main harness racing track of Finland, opened in 1977. It is located in the Leppävaara district of Espoo, but is officially regarded as the racecourse of the neighbouring Helsinki. The length of the track is 1000 metres and width 24–26 metres.

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