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During World War II, after Finland signed the Moscow Armistice and found itself involved in the Lapland War with its former German ally, German forces in the beginning of October 1944 captured 132 Finnish civilian hostages from Kemi (as well as 130 from Rovaniemi) and threatened to kill them unless the Finnish army released German POWs captured at the Battle of Tornio.
However, the Finns refused to comply and threatened to retaliate by killing the German POWs.
The snowcastle is usually located at the inner harbour of Kemi.
A model of The Crown of Finland (the original was never made for the King of Finland) is kept in the town's gemstone gallery.
A polytechnic university of applied sciences is also situated in Kemi.