100 Sights in Helsinki, Finland (with Map and Images)


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Explore interesting sights in Helsinki, Finland. Click on a marker on the map to view details about it. Underneath is an overview of the sights with images. A total of 100 sights are available in Helsinki, Finland.

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1. Finlandia Hall

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The Finlandia Hall is a congress and event venue in the centre of Helsinki on the Töölönlahti Bay, owned by the City of Helsinki. The building, which was designed by architect Alvar Aalto, was completed in 1971. Every detail in the building is designed by Aalto. The designs were completed in 1962, with building taking place between 1967 and 1971. The Congress Wing was designed in 1970 and built in 1973–1975. In 2011, the building was expanded with new exhibition and meeting facilities. Finlandia Hall is known as the venue for the OSCE Summit held in August 1975, attended by 35 world leaders, including the leader of the Soviet Union, Leonid Brezhnev, and the President of the United States, Gerald Ford.

Wikipedia: Finlandia Hall (EN)

2. Ateneum

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Ateneum is an art museum in Helsinki, Finland and one of the three museums forming the Finnish National Gallery. It is located in the centre of Helsinki on the south side of Rautatientori square close to Helsinki Central railway station. It has the biggest collections of classical art in Finland. Before 1991 the Ateneum building also housed the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts and University of Art and Design Helsinki.

Wikipedia: Ateneum (EN), Website

3. Suomenlinna Church

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The Suomenlinna Church in Helsinki, Finland, was built in 1854 as an Eastern Orthodox garrison church for the Russian troops stationed at the Suomenlinna sea fortress. The fortress comprises five islands joined together by bridges, and the church is the central feature on the island of Iso Mustasaari, located at its highest point. It is surrounded by other fortress buildings, but the old parade ground is immediately to the east, and a park lies immediately to the south. It is oriented southwest to northeast so that it would align with the Crownwork Ehrensvärd defense front located to the southwest of the church.

Wikipedia: Suomenlinna Church (EN)

4. Harbour

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The Port is a relief made by sculptor Eino Räsänen in Jätkäsaari, Helsinki. The relief depicts two women, one carrying heavy objects on her shoulder, the other with her hands. In the center are three bent men, two of whom carry sacks on their backs. One man lifts the chain used to moor the ship. At the bottom right and left are dishes and other objects, in the background are four ships and a lighthouse.

Wikipedia: Satama (reliefi) (FI)

5. Design Museum

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Design Museum is a museum in Helsinki devoted to the exhibition of both Finnish and foreign design, including industrial design, fashion, and graphic design. The building is situated in Kaartinkaupunki, on Korkeavuorenkatu Street, and is owned by the Republic of Finland through Senate Properties. The building was completed in 1895 and originally built as a school building for the Swedish school Läroverket för gossar och flickor.

Wikipedia: Design Museum, Helsinki (EN), Website

6. Helsinki Cathedral

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Helsinki Cathedral is the Finnish Evangelical Lutheran cathedral of the Diocese of Helsinki, located in the neighborhood of Kruununhaka in the centre of Helsinki, Finland, at the Senate Square. The church was originally built from 1830 to 1852 as a tribute to the Grand Duke of Finland, Tsar Nicolas I. It was also known as St Nicholas's Church until Finland declared its full independence in 1917. It is a major landmark of the city, and one of the most famous historical structures in Finland as a whole when viewed globally.

Wikipedia: Helsinki Cathedral (EN), Website

7. Old Market Hall

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The Old Market Hall is the oldest market hall in Helsinki, Finland. It is located along the Eteläranta street near the Helsinki Market Square in the Kaartinkaupunki district. By 2013, the hall had also become a popular tourist attraction.

Wikipedia: Old Market Hall, Helsinki (EN), Website

8. Esplanadi Park

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Esplanadi, colloquially known as Espa, is an esplanade and urban park in downtown Helsinki, Finland, situated between the Erottaja square and the Market Square. It is bordered on its northern and southern sides by the Pohjoisesplanadi and Eteläesplanadi streets, respectively. Aleksanterinkatu runs parallel to Esplanadi. Esplanadi is well known as a popular walking area, and street performances are also often held in the park.

Wikipedia: Esplanadi (EN)

9. Meripuisto

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The Meripuisto Park is a 2.27 -hectare park in the Ullanlinna district in the southern city of Helsinki, between Merikatu and Merisatama. It is about 500 meters long but at its widest less than 100 meters wide. There is also a street called Merisatamanranta between the park and the sea. In the east-west direction, the park extends from the Virgin Path that separates it from Kaivopuisto Park, Weckksellie. The park is divided into a spacious park space and functional areas. Much of it is open lawn.

Wikipedia: Meripuisto (Helsinki) (FI)

10. Munkkiniemen kirkko

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Munkkiniemi Church in Munkkiniemi, Helsinki, was completed in 1954. Before the Munkkiniemi parish became independent in 1961, it served as a side church in the Huopalahti parish. The church was designed by architect Pauli Salomaa. The church is built of concrete and clean brick. The floor of the church hall is staggered, decreases and narrows from the main door to the altar. Above the altar is a skylight, where the light falling is a key factor in the otherwise simplified church hall. The entrance to the church is special, and the church hall is stepped under the votive ship. The asymmetric shape of the church hall, the use of materials and the lighting solution are characteristic of the 1950s church architecture. The church has an area of 302 m2 and has seating for 440 people. The altar wall has a bronze sculpture crucified, authorized by sculptor Johannes Haapasalo. The pulpit is also at the bottom of the hall, on the floor level. The organ of the church is 18-tone and were built by the Kangasala organ factory in 1979.

Wikipedia: Munkkiniemen kirkko (FI)

11. Vuoristorata

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Vuoristorata is a classic wooden roller coaster located at the Linnanmäki amusement park in Helsinki, Finland. It was built in the winter of 1950 by Linnanmäki's staff on the basis of drawings by Valdemar Lebech, a Danish builder specialising in fairground rides. The construction work was led by the Danish ride operator Svend Jarlström, who at the time owned most of Linnanmäki's rides. Opened on 13 July 1951, Vuoristorata was the largest roller coaster in the Nordic countries and the tallest in Europe at the time. Expected to last up to 15 years, it was originally designed as a temporary attraction for the amusement park, opened in 1950. One of the main reasons for its construction was to attract tourists from the 1952 Summer Olympics held in the city. Since then, its temporary status was renewed for extended periods, until it was eventually regarded as a permanent structure.

Wikipedia: Vuoristorata (EN)

12. Burgher's house

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Burgher's houseJennifer Boyer from Maryland, USA / CC BY 2.0

The Spraymaster's House is a wooden building in Kruununhaka, completed no later than 1818, which is the oldest stationary wooden house in the Helsinki city centre. Alexander Wickholm, who worked as a spray master, bought it as an apartment for his family in 1859. The building is one of the offices of the Helsinki City Museum, and it has been restored to showcase the home life of a family of civil servants in the 1860s. The property includes a one-storey main building and a courtyard building, but at one time there was also a stable, barn, wagon shed and woodshed on the plot. These buildings were demolished in 1905 and replaced by a three-storey stone house. The courtyard building has been used as a sauna, baking room and living rooms. Originally, the main building was painted with red soil, but when Wickholm bought the house, it had already been painted ochre yellow.

Wikipedia: Ruiskumestarin talo (FI), Website

13. Johan Vilhelm Snellman

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The statue of J. V. Snellman is located in front of the Bank of Finland in Kruununhaka, Helsinki. The memorial, funded by fundraising, was unveiled on Snellman's Day, 12 May 1923. The memorial competition was held in 1913 and the statue was completed already in 1916, but the First World War and the Finnish Civil War delayed its unveiling. The statue was cast in Copenhagen, Denmark, and sculpted by Emil Wikström. The pedestal of the statue and the surroundings of the monument were designed by architect Eliel Saarinen. The statue was damaged during the Continuation War during the bombing of Helsinki in February 1944. The damage left by the shrapnel on the pedestal has been left as a reminder of the bombing.

Wikipedia: J. V. Snellmanin patsas (FI)

14. Life at the Hakaniemi Marketplace

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Market Life in Hakaniemi is a sculpture relief made by Aimo Tukiainen at the Hakaniemi metro station in Helsinki. The work, made in 1961, is the oldest of the works of art on the Helsinki metro. It is also the only one that was not designed for the metro: the work was originally located on the outer wall of the Postipankki office building on Siltasaarenkatu. After the change of ownership of Postipankki, Torielämä in Hakaniemi was transferred to the ownership of the Helsinki City Transport Department. The work is made of metal by welding and it shows market stalls seen from a bird's eye view. Lamps are placed inside the work to illuminate it in the dark.

Wikipedia: Torielämää Hakaniemessä (FI)

15. The Stone of The Empress

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Keisarinnankivi is a monument located at the Market Square in Kaartinkaupunki in central Helsinki, Finland. The monument, designed by Carl Ludvig Engel, is the oldest public monument in Helsinki. It was revealed with celebrations on the name day of Nikolai on 18 December 1835 to commemorate the first visit to Helsinki by Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, wife of Emperor of Russia Nicholas I. The monument was erected at the spot where the imperial couple stepped ashore from the steamship Ischora on arrival in Helsinki on 10 June 1833. The monument was funded by a national collection of funds and by a grant given by the Imperial Senate of Finland.

Wikipedia: Keisarinnankivi (EN)

16. Matti Heleniuksen puisto

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Matti Helenius Park is located in the Kallio district of Helsinki. It is built on a slope rising to the northeast behind the Kallio Library. The park borders Fleminginkatu in the west, Agricolankatu in the north, Porthaninkatu in the east and the library in the south. The park received its current name in 1963 and covers an area of 0.4 hectares. Karhupuisto is located on the west side of Matti Helenius Park, while Alli Trygg Park is located on the east side. Together, the parks form a green area of approximately 1.3 hectares.¹ Matti Helenius-Seppälä (1870–1920) was a Finnish temperance activist. Alli Trygg-Helenius was his spouse.

Wikipedia: Matti Heleniuksen puisto (FI)

17. Roihuvuoren kirkko

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Roihuvuoren kirkko Otto-Ville Mikkelä, user O-VMikkelä on fi.wikipedia / CC BY-SA 3.0

Roihuvuori Church is the main church of Roihuvuori parish in Helsinki. The church, inaugurated on Pentecost 1970, was designed by architect Lauri Silvennoinen. With the exception of large windows imported from Germany and Austrian church bells, the building material of the church is from Finland. The hexagonal shape of Roihuvuori Church originates from the baptismal chapel of the 300s. On the ceiling of the actual church hall is the Star of David. The church also has a baptismal chapel, parish hall and other facilities. The church hall covers an area of 430 m² and can accommodate up to 600 people, of whom about 450 are seated.

Wikipedia: Roihuvuoren kirkko (FI), Website

18. Puistolan kirkko

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Puistola Church is a church building of Malmi Parish in Puistola, Helsinki, completed in 1960. The church was designed by architects Eija and Olli Saijonmaa. In addition to the church hall, the building has a parish hall and other activity facilities. The separate bell tower is about 30 meters high, and the cross at its top is illuminated due to the proximity of Malmi Airport. The church was renovated in 2002, and the renovation was designed by architects Anna and Ulla Saijonmaa. The organ of Puistola Church was manufactured by Veikko Virtanen's organ building company in 1963. The church has a wooden sculpture by Gunnar Uotila.

Wikipedia: Puistolan kirkko (FI)

19. Ilolanpuisto

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Ilolanpuisto Park is located in the Kallio district of Helsinki. It is built on a slope that rises north from Eläintarhantie towards the Second Line. To the west, the park is bordered by Castréninkatu and to the east by the Kallio office building. The park was designed by Harald Carstens in 1966. It covers an area of approximately 1.9 hectares and is seamlessly intertwined with Tarja Halonen Park. Between the park areas lies the massive building complex of the Helsinki City Theatre. The name Ilolanpuisto derives from the villa plot called Ilola. The northwestern part of Ilolanpuisto Park has been built as a playground.

Wikipedia: Ilolanpuisto (FI)

20. Ehrensvärd Museum

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Ehrensvärd Museum

The Ehrensvärd Museum is a specialised museum located in Suomenlinna. The museum is located in Susisaari Castle Yard. It is housed in the former residence of the commandant of the fortress. The museum was opened in 1930. The museum has been decorated to tell what the residence of the chief of the fortress looked like in the 1700s. On display are portraits, weapons and scale models of ships of the archipelago fleet. In front of the museum is the tomb of Augustin Ehrensvärd. The museum is subordinate to the Governing Body of Suomenlinna and is maintained by the Ehrensvärd Society, which founded the museum in 1927.

Wikipedia: Ehrensvärd-museo (FI), Website

21. Harmajan majakka

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Harmajan majakkaMoRsE 13:06, 3 April 2007 (UTC) / CC BY-SA 3.0

Harmaja is an island and a lighthouse outside Helsinki, south of the Suomenlinna sea fortress. The island has been functioning as a landmark since the 16th century. A landmark structure was built on the island in the 18th century and a light house in 1883. The first lighthouse was only 7.3 m high and it soon proved to be too low. In 1900 the height was doubled by creating a rectangular brick building on a granite base. A large foghorn alerted ships in fog and in bad visibility. Harmaja received the world's first directed and undirected radio beacon in 1936. The lighthouse is fully automated today.

Wikipedia: Harmaja (EN)

22. Helsingin Raamattu Puhuu -seurakunta

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Greater Grace World Outreach (GGWO) is a nondenominational evangelical Christian church that emphasizes grace, the finished work, and missions. The headquarters of Greater Grace World Outreach is currently located at its megachurch in Baltimore, Maryland. The church has a weekly attendance of 1500+. GGWO was founded by Carl H. Stevens Jr. who was succeeded by Pastor Thomas Schaller as Presiding Elder and Overseeing Pastor of Greater Grace World Outreach in Baltimore in April 2005. GGWO has been investigated by multiple organizations for cult-like practices including spiritual abuse by leadership.

Wikipedia: Greater Grace World Outreach (EN), Website

23. Studio Aalto

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Studio Aalto

The Studio Aalto is a house in the Tiilimäki neighbourhood of Munkkiniemi, Helsinki, which Alvar Aalto designed during 1955–56 to be the studio of his architect bureau. Due to a large number of commissions, the office needed more space in which to work. The studio is said to be one of his best buildings from the 1950s. Near the studio there is also Villa Aalto, the home of the Aaltos. Both the studio and the Villa are now part of the Alvar Aalto Museum, and they are open to the public. The Alvar Aalto Academy and Alvar Aalto Museum Architectural Heritage Department are housed in Studio Aalto.

Wikipedia: Studio Aalto (EN)

24. Helsinki Old Church

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The Old Church of Helsinki, designed by Carl Ludvig Engel and completed in 1826, is an Evangelical Lutheran church in Helsinki. The oldest existing church in central Helsinki, the church was originally planned as a temporary building as the Ulrika Eleonora Church constructed in 1727 had become too small for the congregation and the new church, Helsinki Cathedral, would not be completed until 1852. However, the city's rapid population growth from the early 19th century onwards ensured that the church would remain needed, and also necessitated the construction of many other churches.

Wikipedia: Helsinki Old Church (EN), Website

25. Hesperian puisto

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Hesperia Park is a park located on the western shore of Töölönlahti Bay in Helsinki, belonging to the districts of Etu-Töölö and Taka-Töölö. It borders Mannerheimintie in the west, Finlandia Hall in the south and the Finnish National Opera and Ballet in the north. On the beach, however, the park extends in a narrow strip all the way to Helsinginkatu, on the other side of which is the Zoo park area. South of Töölönlahti is the Töölönlahti Park, opened in 2016. The entire Töölönlahti park zone can be counted as part of Helsinki Central Park.

Wikipedia: Hesperian puisto (FI)

26. Matteuksenkirkko

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St. Matthew's Church or Itäkeskus Church is a church completed in 1985 in Vartiokylä, Helsinki, next to the Itis shopping centre. The church, designed by Veli-Pekka Tuominen and Stefan Ahlman, was completed in 1985 and was previously the main church of the Vartiokylä parish until the parish abandoned the building in 2016 and switched to using Vartiokylä Church and Puotila Chapel. Today, the church serves as the main church of the Swedish-speaking congregation of St. Matthew. The church was consecrated by Bishop Samuel Lehtonen on February 24, 1985.

Wikipedia: Matteuksenkirkko (FI)

27. Koskelan kirkko

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Koskela Church Sweden. Forsby kyrka is the church of the former Koskela Hospital owned by the City of Helsinki. The church, built of plastered brick, was built in 1914 as a church in the area of the Koskela municipal home. It was designed by architects Knut Wasastjerna, G.A Lindberg and Arthur Gauffin. The choir of the rectangular and saddle-roofed long church has a narrower and lower semicircular sacristy than the frame room. There is a small open bell tower on the roof. The long sides of the frame room are structured by a series of cross-gables.

Wikipedia: Koskelan kirkko (FI), Website

28. Museum of Civil Defence

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Museum of Civil Defence Sakari Kiuru / CC BY 3.0

The Helsinki Civil Defence Museum is a museum of the Helsinki City Rescue Department along Siltavuorenranta in Kruununhaka. The museum presents the history and present of civil defence and was built in a civil defence shelter during World War II. The exhibition spaces include a home from the Continuation War and objects from the civil defence industry. The Helsinki Civil Defence Association is responsible for the maintenance of the museum and organises safety training for associations, groups and school classes visiting the museum on request.

Wikipedia: Helsingin Väestönsuojelumuseo (FI), Website

29. The Hotel and Restaurant Museum

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The Hotel and Restaurant MuseumJean-Pierre Dalbéra from Paris, France / CC BY 2.0

The Hotel and Restaurant Museum specializes in the history of Finnish hotels, restaurants, cafés, tourism and culinary culture. The museum is located in Kaapelitehdas, Helsinki, Finland. The museum was first opened in 1971 but has operated in its present premises since 1993. The museums collection includes about 20,000 artifacts and other objects from restaurants, bars, diners, spas and hotels. Museum's archives include about 38,000 photographs, menus and other documents. Museum also takes care of the Alko store museum's collection.

Wikipedia: Hotel and Restaurant Museum (EN), Website, Url

30. Mannerheim Museum

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The Mannerheim Museum is located in Helsinki, Finland. It is dedicated to preserving and displaying items related to the life and times of Marshal C. G. E. Mannerheim, a Finnish statesman and military officer. The Mannerheim Museum is located on top of a hill in a prestigious residential area next to the Kaivopuisto park in Helsinki. The building was the home of Mannerheim from 1924 to 1951. With the exception of a few rooms that have been converted for exhibition purposes, his home has been preserved in its original state.

Wikipedia: Mannerheim Museum (EN), Website

31. Töölönlahden puisto

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Töölönlahden puisto Yehia Eweis / CC BY-SA 4.0

Töölönlahti Park is a public park located on the southern shore of Töölönlahti Bay in the centre of Helsinki. It borders Hesperia Park to the west, the main railway line to the east and Töölönlahdenkatu to the south. The park was completed in summer 2016 on the site of the former Töölö freight rail yard, a few years after the Helsinki Harbour Railway and VR's warehouses had been demolished. Töölönlahti Park, as well as the Zoo area north of Töölönlahti Bay, can be counted as part of Helsinki Central Park.

Wikipedia: Töölönlahden puisto (FI)

32. Tamminiemi

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Tamminiemi is a villa and house museum located in the Meilahti district of Helsinki, Finland. It was one of the three official residences of the President of Finland, from 1940 to 1982. From 1956, until his death, it served as the residence of President Urho Kekkonen. Since 1987, it has been the Urho Kekkonen Museum. Tamminiemi is located in a park by the sea. Its floor area is about 450 square metres (4,800 sq ft); living quarters comprise the first two floors while the third floor is dedicated to office space.

Wikipedia: Tamminiemi (EN), Website

33. Munkkivuoren kirkko

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Munkkivuori Church is a church building of Munkkiniemi parish right next to the Munkkivuori shopping centre in the Munkkiniemi district of Helsinki. There is a parish hall attached to the church. A separate clock tower with three clocks dates from 1963. The church was designed by architect Olavi Kantele, who had previously worked for a long time in Aarne Ervi's office. The parish of Munkkivuori became independent in 1967 from the parish of Munkkiniemi. At the beginning of 2011, the parishes were reunited.

Wikipedia: Munkkivuoren kirkko (FI)

34. Gecko

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Gekko is a space work made by ceramic artist Pekka Paikkari, Kristiina Riska and Kati Tuominen-Niittylä at Kamppi Metro Station in Helsinki. The work is a concrete protective cover covered with ceramic plates and is shaped by the escalated escalators. The metro escalator tube goes from the Kamppi street -level central lobby through the long -distance bus terminal to the subway station. The pipe has a diameter of about four meters and has about 275 square meters of ceramics. Gekko was completed in 2005.

Wikipedia: Gekko (taideteos) (FI)

35. K. J. Ståhlberg

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The statue of K. J. Ståhlberg is a statue of Finland's first President K. J. Ståhlberg, created by sculptor Wäinö Aaltonen in front of the Parliament House in Helsinki. The statue dates from 1959, and it was the first monument to Finnish presidents erected in Helsinki. The statues of Ståhlberg and P. E. Svinhufvud, sculpted by Aaltonen, are placed on opposite sides of the lawn along Mannerheimintie in front of the Parliament House, Ståhlberg at the north end and Svinhufvud at the southern end.

Wikipedia: K. J. Ståhlbergin patsas (FI)

36. Oulunkylän vanha kirkko

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The wooden church of Oulunkylä in Oulunkylä, Helsinki, is the church building of the parish of Oulunkylä, originally built as a prayer house in 1905. It has also previously been the main church of the Swedish-speaking Petrus församling. For the parish of Oulunkylä, it was first used as a temporary church and later as the main church until the completion of the new Oulunkylä church in 1972. Since then, the parish of Oulunkylä has used the church as a wedding church, among other things.

Wikipedia: Oulunkylän puukirkko (FI)

37. Military Museum

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The Military Museum of Finland is the central museum of the Finnish Defence Forces and the national special museum of military history. It is located in Helsinki and it is part of the Finnish National Defence University. In 2018, the Military Museum's exhibitions in Suomenlinna had around 131,000 visitors. The most popular exhibition is the submarine Vesikko, visited by around 50,000 people annually. Military Museum's exhibitions in Suomenlinna are located at Manege and Artillery Maneage.

Wikipedia: Manege Military Museum (EN), Website

38. Vuosaarenhuippu

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Vuosaarenhuippu is a recreational area in the northern part of Vuosaari in eastern Helsinki. Earlier it was the Vuosaari dumping ground and a place where land masses from construction sites were deposited. Through ecological restoration the area has been turned into a natural-like environment, the scale of which is unprecedented in the history of Helsinki. A large number of both flora and fauna inhabit the area. There are paths connecting the area to the nearby Mustavuori protected area.

Wikipedia: Vuosaarenhuippu (EN)

39. Crescendo / A Memorial to those who fell in the Finnish Civil War 1918

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Crescendo / A Memorial to those who fell in the Finnish Civil War 1918 Patsas: Kuvanveistäjä Taisto Martiskainen Valokuva Htm. / CC BY 3.0

The Memorial to the Victims of the Civil War of 1918 is a national memorial to the Reds of the Finnish Civil War located at Helsinki Zoo. The bronze sculpture, unveiled in 1970, was designed by sculptor Taisto Martiskainen. It is dedicated to the memory of women and men who fought and fell on the side of the Reds in the Civil War and died in prison camps. The monument stands on a granite pedestal on top of a cliff near the intersection of Nordenskiöldinkatu and Pohjoisen Stadiontie.

Wikipedia: Vuoden 1918 kansalaissodan uhrien muistomerkki (FI)

40. Prisoner-of-war camp memorial

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Prisoner-of-war camp memorialKulttuurinavigaattori (Heikki Kastemaa), valokuva, Marja Kanervo ja Saara Pyykkö, teos / CC BY 3.0

The memorial site of the Suomenlinna prison camp is a piece of land art designed by visual artist Marja Kanervo in memory of the Red prisoners on the northern shore of Iso Korsholm in Suomenlinna in Kasinopuisto Park near the ferry shore. The work consists of two rocks, natural and quarried, and a rectangle carved from stone. The work has been created by modifying and delimiting the environment. The years "1918" and "1919" are engraved on the rock. Water flows on top of the rock.

Wikipedia: Suomenlinnan vankileirin muistopaikka (FI)

41. Kaisaniemi Botanical Garden

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Kaisaniemi Botanical Garden is located in the Kluuvi district of Helsinki, in an area called Kaisaniemi. Along with the Kumpula Botanical Garden, it is one of the two botanical gardens of the University of Helsinki. In addition to the Botanical Museum, both gardens belong to the Botany Unit of the Finnish Museum of Natural History, headed by Docent Marko-Tapio Hyvärinen. Botanical gardens maintain a scientific collection of living plants for research and educational purposes.

Wikipedia: Kaisaniemen kasvitieteellinen puutarha (FI), Website

42. Lighthouse Christian Center

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Lighthouse Christian Center / fair use

Lighthouse Christian Center is a Pentecostal church founded in 2002 in Helsinki. The community is a congregation of African origin that cooperates with the Pentecostal Church of Finland. Originally, the parish operated as a registered association and was organised as a religious community in 2016. Church activities include weekly worship services, Bible teaching, prayer meetings, and Sunday schools. In addition, the church organizes evangelistic events in the summer.

Wikipedia: Lighthouse Christian Center (FI), Website

43. Hyväntoivonpuisto

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HyväntoivonpuistoXimonic (Simo Räsänen) / CC BY-SA 4.0

Hyvävonpuisto Park is a public park in Jätkäsaari, Helsinki, which is still under construction. When completed, it is about a kilometer long and reaches from the Mediterranean to the seaside to the Melkin Pier. The 88 -meter wide park is as wide as the Esplanade Park in the center of Helsinki. The Hyvävonpuisto Park runs between Jätkäsaari residential buildings and is also a central path of cycling. There are routes across the park to the yards of the houses.

Wikipedia: Hyväntoivonpuisto (FI)

44. Lauttasaaren kirkko

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S:t Jacobs kyrka is the church of the Swedish-speaking Johannes församling in Lauttasaari, Helsinki, and it is located in connection with Lauttasaari Church. Each church has its own church hall and parish halls that can be connected to them. The complex surrounds the churchyard on three sides, in the middle of which rises a bell tower. The church halls are on opposite sides of the courtyard and are connected by the parish wing in the background of the square.

Wikipedia: St. Jacobs kyrka (FI)

45. Lasipalatsin salavan kanto

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Lasipalatsin salavan kanto

The Lasipalatsin Salava was a isoi -shed, which was originally planted in 1830 in the Kamppi Helsinki Kamppi, at the present Salomonkatu north of the Turku Barracks, which was under construction. Salava was reassured in 1924 as a natural monument. It has often been called Helsinki's most famous wood. The original Salava fell in the storm at the end of 2003, but before that, cuttings had been cut, and in 2011 one of them was planted in a former place of Salava.

Wikipedia: Lasipalatsin salava (FI)

46. Myllypuron kirkko

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Myllypuro Church is a church building of Herttoniemi parish in Myllypuro, Helsinki, which belongs to the Vartiokylä district. The church was completed in 1992. Myllypuro Church has been planned since the 1960s, but the parish union decided in 1988 not to build a church. The idea of the unbuilt church was used in the design of the chapel. The chapel became a church for the people of Myllypuro. The building was designed by architects Anja and Raimo Savolainen.

Wikipedia: Myllypuron kirkko (FI)

47. Gunnar Bärlund

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Gunnar Bärlund is a statue of professional boxer Gunnar "GeeBee" Bärlund created by sculptor Niilo Rikula in Vallila, Helsinki. It was erected in 1991. The work is located in St. Paul's Park, next to St. Paul's Church. The location is along Sammattintie on Bärlund's home street, where he lived in house number 8, apartment H 53, in 1928–1936 and 1941–1942. There is a plaque commemorating this on the wall of the house, which was unveiled in August 2021.

Wikipedia: Gunnar Bärlund (veistos) (FI)

48. Otaniemen vesitorni

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Otaniemen vesitorni

The Otaniemi water tower is a structure designed by the well-known Finnish architect Alvar Aalto in 1971. The water tower is located in Otaniemi area, Espoo, Finland. The total capacity of the tower is 6000 m³. It rises to a height of 45 meters. It is Otaniemi's principal landmark, and consists of two stacked elements - the water storage tank and a free-form, five-story building constructed underneath containing the technical spaces and offices.

Wikipedia: Otaniemi water tower (EN)

49. Kalasatamanpuisto

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Kalasatamanpuisto is a public park of approximately 2.5 hectares located in Sörnäistenniemi in Kalasatama, Helsinki. Among other things, the park has a playground and small sports facilities, such as a pendant ladder. Like the whole of Kalasatama, the park is located in the former Sörnäinen harbour area. The design work and the final appearance of the park were influenced by the history of the harbour and the nearby archipelago landscape.

Wikipedia: Kalasatamanpuisto (FI)

50. Villa Annala

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Annala's villa is a white villa building located in the Old Town of Helsinki, along Hämeentie near Arabianranta, just before the Old Town rapids, at the top of Annala Manor Park. The villa was once founded by a printer, a tobacco manufacturer, a significant influencer of cultural and municipal life, and Gustaf Otto Wasenius, Trade Counselor Gustaf Otto Wasenius on the Eastern Viertotie, which he rented from the City of Helsinki in 1826.

Wikipedia: Annalan huvila (FI)

51. Sinebrychoffin puisto

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The Sinebrychoff Park, colloquially referred to as the "Koff Park", is a park in Punavuori, Helsinki, Finland, near Hietalahti. The park was named after the Sinebrychoff brewery, which had its premises next to the park from 1819 to 1992 and to whose lands the park used to belong, and the Sinebrychoff family that owned both. In addition to the Old Church Park and Kaivopuisto, the park is among the most popular parks in Helsinki.

Wikipedia: Sinebrychoff Park (EN)

52. Maamme-laulun muistomerkki

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The Song of Our Country memorial is a memorial to the first performance of Finland's national anthem, the song Maamme, in Toukola, Helsinki, in 1848. The monument, created by architect Erik Bryggman and sculptor Viktor Jansson, was unveiled to commemorate the centenary of the event in 1948. It is in its original location, nowadays on the park-like Kumtähti field near the intersection of Gustav Vaasan tie and Floorantie.

Wikipedia: Maamme-laulun muistomerkki (FI)

53. Helsinki City Museum

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Helsinki City Museum is a museum in Helsinki that documents and displays the history of Helsinki, the capital of Finland. Its mission is to record and uphold Helsinki's spiritual, material and architectural heritage. The museum features personal memories and everyday life of the city's residents. It also acts as the regional museum for central Uusimaa with a mission to promote and steer museum activities in the region.

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54. Memorial to Jewish Refugees - Hands Begging for Help

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The Memorial to Jewish Refugees or Hands Pleading for Help is a sculpture in Ullanlinna, Helsinki, on a slope near the Makasiini terminal. The work was designed by Rafael Wardi and Niels Haukeland and was unveiled on November 5, 2000. The sculpture is dedicated to the memory of eight Jewish refugees handed over by Finland to Nazi Germany during World War II. Only one of them survived the Nazi extermination camps alive.

Wikipedia: Apua anovat kädet (FI)

55. Helsingin Saalem

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Salem Church in Helsinki is a Pentecostal church located in Helsinki, Finland. Salem Church was founded in 1928. Today, Salem Church is the largest Pentecostal church in Finland with approximately 3,500 members. The congregation meets at the Salem Temple in Näkinkuja, Hakaniemi. Since October 2022, branch president has been Stefan Sigfrids. Salem Church is a member of the Pentecostal Church of Finland.

Wikipedia: Helsingin Saalem-seurakunta (FI), Website, Website

56. Pyhän Nikolauksen kirkko

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St. Nicholas Parish in Helsinki is an Orthodox religious community operating mainly in Helsinki. The congregation has 2,400 members (2012). You can belong to a community without a domicile in Finland, and approximately 30 per cent of its members are other than Finnish citizens. The parish does not belong to the Finnish Orthodox Church but to the Russian Orthodox Church, i.e. the Moscow Patriarchate.

Wikipedia: Pyhän Nikolauksen seurakunta Helsingissä (FI)

57. Unelma

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The Dream is a movable public sculpture by visual artist Oona Tikkaoja. It was first launched in Kallio, Helsinki, near the metro station on Siltasaarenkatu in August 2012. The sculpture was replaced at Kannelmäki Sitratori, where it was unveiled in November 2013. The work is multicoloured and somewhat reminiscent of a hot air balloon or carousel and includes a Savonius rotor powered by wind power.

Wikipedia: Unelma (veistos) (FI)

58. Lähetyskirkko

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The Mission Church in Ullanlinna, Helsinki, is the church of the Finnish Missionary Society in the Mission House. The red-brick Mission House and Church were designed by architect Karl August Wrede and commissioned in 1900. The FMS sold the office premises of the Mission House in 2018 and they were converted into residential apartments, the FMS remained in the ownership of the FMS.

Wikipedia: Lähetyskirkko (FI), Website

59. Andreaskyrkan

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Andreas Church is a free parish in Helsinki. The parish is a member of the Missionskyrkan i Finland denomination. The parish church is located on Korkeavuorenkatu, in Kaartinkaupunki. The congregation cooperates locally, nationally, and internationally and occasionally supports a number of missions and relief missions abroad. The head of the congregation is Markus Österlund.

Wikipedia: Andreaskirkko (FI), Website

60. Vartiokylän kirkko

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Vartiokylä Church is a white-brick church building designed by architect Pekka Laurila in the Vartiokylä district of Helsinki. Located in the middle of the Vartioharju residential area, the church was completed in 1958, making it one of the oldest multipurpose churches in Finland. After its completion, the church was an attraction that people came to see from afar.

Wikipedia: Vartiokylän kirkko (FI), Website

61. Tehtaanpuisto

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Tehtaanpuisto, often called Sepänpuisto, is a park on the southern edge of Punavuori in Helsinki, around Mikael Agricola Church. It is bounded by Tehtaankatu in the south, Laivurinkatu in the east and Sepänkatu in the northwest. The church plot almost divides the park in two, but there is a narrow park zone along Sepänkatu that connects its parts to each other.

Wikipedia: Tehtaanpuisto (FI)

62. The Shipwrecked

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Shipwrecked is a bronze sculpture in Helsinki's Tähtitorninmäki district, Ullanlinna. Unveiled in 1898, the work was designed by sculptor Robert Stigell. The work was cast in Paris, where Stigell also finished his sculptures. The height of the work is 4.5 metres, but with the granite pedestal the height rises to six metres. The stand was manufactured in Hanko.

Wikipedia: Haaksirikkoiset (FI)

63. Harppi ja tähdet

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Harppi and the stars is a public work of art at Riikka Puronen in Toukola Rantapuisto, Helsinki, in the green area between Kyläsaarenkuja, Romankatu and the sea. The sculpture consists of different colors and golden steel and aluminum. In his book, Puronen has used metal electrochemical treatment methods. The work, unveiled in May 2018, is seven meters high.

Wikipedia: Harppi ja tähdet (FI)

64. Spring / UKK Monument

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The Urho Kekkonen Memorial or Lähde is a monument dedicated to President Urho Kekkonen (1900–1986) in Helsinki's Hakasalmi Park, next to Finlandia Hall. A design competition was held for the monument in 1997, which was won by sculptor Pekka Jylhä with his proposal Lähde. The work was unveiled on the centenary of Kekkonen's birth on 3 September 2000.

Wikipedia: Urho Kekkosen muistomerkki (Helsinki) (FI), Website

65. Lightbringer - National Memorial to the Winter War

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The National Memorial to the Winter War, or Bringer of Light, is a steel statue located on Kasarmitori Square in Helsinki, completed in 2017. The monument is designed by sculptor Pekka Kauhanen and is a soldier about 10 metres high. It is the largest steel statue in Finland. Kauhanen won a design competition organised by the Ministry of Culture in 2013.

Wikipedia: Talvisodan kansallinen muistomerkki (FI)

66. Neptunus

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The Pajamäki Solar System Scale Model is a scale model of the Solar System built in Helsinki and partly in Espoo, Finland in 1992. Its scale is 1:1 000, i.e. one to one billion, so that 1 millimeter in the model corresponds to 1 000 kilometers in the actual Solar System. The coordinates given for the model are those for the Sun in Patterinmäki.

Wikipedia: Pajamäki Solar System Scale Model (EN), Website

67. Pihlajamäen kirkko

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Pihlajamäki Church is a church building designed by architect Esko Korhonen and located in Pihlajamäki, Helsinki. The church was completed in 1976. The church hall can accommodate a total of 250 people, and when combined with the parish hall, the space can accommodate a total of 500 people. The brick church is a three-story multipurpose church.

Wikipedia: Pihlajamäen kirkko (FI)

68. Ilmatar and the Scaup

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Ilmatar and the Scaup Patsas: Kuvanveistäjä Aarre Aaltonen. Valokuva: Käyttäjä:Htm / CC BY 3.0

Ilmatar ja sotka is the best-known work by Finnish sculptor Aarre Aaltonen, which depicts the birth of the world from the perspective of the Kalevala. The epic subject matter has been depicted in a way that refers to art deco and classicism. The statue is located in Helsinki's Sibelius Park, east of Mechelininkatu, which cuts through the park.

Wikipedia: Ilmatar ja sotka (FI)

69. Expose

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Expose is a spatial installation by Jussi Niva at the Vuosaari metro station in Helsinki. The work in the roof structures of the station is 84 metres long and extends from end to end. The work consists of spray-painted, eight-millimetre-thick polycarbonate sheets. In the invited competition entry in 1997, Niva's work was called Newton's Rings.

Wikipedia: Expose (taideteos) (FI)

70. The Curtain (Memorial to Ida Aalberg)

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The Curtain or Ida Aalberg Memorial is a bronze sculpture by Raimo Utriainen dedicated to actress Ida Aalberg in Helsinki's Kaisaniemi Park, behind the Finnish National Theatre, in front of the Small Stage. The sculpture, which rises to a height of nine meters, was unveiled in 1972. It depicts, suggestively, a pleated curtain on the stage.

Wikipedia: Esirippu (veistos) (FI)

71. Linnanmäki

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Linnanmäki is an amusement park in Helsinki, Finland. It was opened on 27 May 1950 and is owned by the non-profit Children's Day Foundation, which operates the park in order to raise funds for Finnish child welfare work. In 2019, the foundation donated €4.5 million, and so far has donated a total of over €120 million to this cause.

Wikipedia: Linnanmäki (EN), Website

72. Otto-Iivari Meurmanin puisto

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Otto-Iivari Meurman Park in Käpylä, Helsinki, is both a public park and the yard of the adjacent comprehensive school. The approximately 1.2-hectare park is bordered by Pohjolankatu and Kullervonkatu. The Käpylä rescue station is located southeast of the park. The park is named after Professor of Town Planning Otto-Iivari Meurman.

Wikipedia: Otto-Iivari Meurmanin puisto (FI)

73. Memorial to Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld

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The Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld Memorial is a monument to polar explorer Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld in Kaivopuisto, Helsinki, created by sculptors Heikki Häiväoja and Johanna Häiväoja and architect Eric Adlercreutz. It was erected in 1985. The monument is located at the southern tip of the park near the seashore along Ehrenströmintie.

Wikipedia: Adolf Erik Nordenskiöldin muistomerkki (FI)

74. Hietalahti Market Hall

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Hietalahti Market Hall --Jisis 13:13, 8 September 2008 (UTC) / CC BY-SA 4.0

The Hietalahti market hall is an old market hall located near the Hietalahdentori market square in Helsinki, Finland, hosting several restaurants and cafés. The market hall acts as concentration for restaurants and cafés, offering Japanese, Portuguese, Italian, French and Middle Eastern cuisine both at lunchtime and in the evening.

Wikipedia: Hietalahti market hall (EN), Website

75. Tropicario

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Tropicario is a Finnish public aquarium, that was previously located in Hämeenlinna, Finland; due to the lack of visitors the park relocated to Helsinki, Finland in February 2007. The public aquarium is specialized in snakes and lizards. On their website they claim to have more Constrictor species than anywhere else in Scandinavia.

Wikipedia: Tropicario (EN), Website

76. Museum of Finnish Architecture

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Museum of Finnish Architecture

The Museum of Finnish Architecture is an architectural museum in Helsinki, Finland. Established in 1956, it is the second oldest museum of its kind devoted specifically to architecture. The museum was founded on the basis of the photographic collection of the Finnish Association of Architects (SAFA), which was established in 1949.

Wikipedia: Museum of Finnish Architecture (EN), Website

77. Augustin Ehrensvärd's tomb

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Augustin Ehrensvärd's tomb

The Ehrensvärd grave is the final resting place and memorial of Augustin Ehrensvärd, the founder of the Suomenlinna island fortress in Helsinki, Finland, at the Linnanpiha yard on the island of Susisaari in Suomenlinna. Ehrensvärd was buried at the yard in 1783 but the memorial was only completed in its current form in 1805.

Wikipedia: Ehrensvärd grave (EN)

78. Sirenan kielet

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Sirenan kielet taideteos: Riikka Puronen, valokuva: Kulttuurinavigaattori joka on Heikki Kastemaa / tekijänoikeuslain 25 §

Sirena's Strings is a sculpture made by Riikka Puronen in front of the Myllypuro metro station in Helsinki. The work, consisting of four bronze balls and a seashell sculpture rising slightly higher than them, is erected on a granite pedestal. The balls can be rotated to make sound. The sculpture was unveiled on July 1, 2004.

Wikipedia: Sirenan kielet (FI)

79. Keidas

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Keidas P.V. Lehtinen, Markus Frey / Tekijänoikeuslain 25 §

Oasis is a 2007 short film directed by P.V. Lehtinen. The film is a meditative journey to an oasis that has become like a second home to which they return every summer. They share a strong common experience of Helsinki from the swimming stadium as a source of life force. Many have been there since they were infants.

Wikipedia: Keidas (vuoden 2007 elokuva) (FI)

80. Monument to the Friendship of the Peoples

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The Friendship of Peoples Monument or Friends and Village Men is a sculpture designed by sculptor Antti Neuvonen in Itäkeskus, Helsinki. It was erected to commemorate the 35th anniversary of the YYA Convention in 1983. The memorial is located in Friendship Park on Kauppakartanonkatu, opposite Itäkeskus landmark.

Wikipedia: Kansojen ystävyyden monumentti (FI)

81. Villa Hakasalmi

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Villa Hakasalmi, also known as Villa Karamzin, is an architecturally and historically important 19th-century villa located in the Etu-Töölö district of central Helsinki, Finland. The villa is situated in a prominent position on Mannerheimintie, next to Finlandia Hall and opposite the National Museum.

Wikipedia: Villa Hakasalmi (EN), Website

82. Lips

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Lips is a spatial installation by Marjatta Kek at the Kontula metro station in Helsinki. Aniline-coloured lips are on the glass outer wall of the station's ticket hall. The work in HKL's premises has been financed from the Helsinki City Art Museum's public art appropriations. The work was made in 2003.

Wikipedia: Huulet (taideteos) (FI)

83. Odd cup of Coffee

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Kuppi kummaa is a sculpture by sculptor Antti Immonen in the square at the intersection of Kahvipavunkuja and Kahvikatu in Vuosaari, Helsinki. The length of the work is 12.6 meters, width 3.4 and height 3.6 meters. It consists of four parts. The materials are stainless steel, corten steel and bronze.

Wikipedia: Kuppi kummaa (FI)

84. Myllypuron vesitorni

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Myllypuron vesitorniTimo Noko from Helsinki, Finland / CC BY-SA 2.0

The Myllypuro water tower is located in the Vartiokylä district of Helsinki in the Myllypuro sub-area north of Viilarintie. It was completed in 1965. The water tower was designed by architect Bertel Saarnio and structural design by Insinööritoimisto P. Simula. The builder was Silta ja Satama Oy.

Wikipedia: Myllypuron vesitorni (FI)

85. St Paul's Church

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St. Paul's Church is a Lutheran church located in the Vallila neighborhood of Helsinki, Finland. The red brick church, named after Paul the Apostle, was designed by Bertel Liljequist and it was completed in 1930. The church was officially dedicated in March 1931. The church hall has 800 seats.

Wikipedia: St. Paul's Church, Helsinki (EN)

86. Tapio Wirkkala park

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Tapio Wirkkala park valokuva: Heikki Kastemaa, joka on Kulttuurinavigaattori, ympäristöteos: Robert Wilson / CC BY 3.0

Tapio Wirkkala Park is an art park in Arabianranta, Helsinki. It is named after designer Tapio Wirkkala. The park was opened on 22 October 2012 and is one of the City of Helsinki's own World Design Capital Helsinki 2012 projects. The park was opened by Pekka Sauri, Deputy Mayor of Helsinki.

Wikipedia: Tapio Wirkkalan puisto (FI)

87. St. Henry's Cathedral

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St. Henry's Cathedral is a Catholic cathedral in Helsinki, Finland, dedicated in honor of Bishop Henrik, a 12th-century Bishop of Turku. It is the cathedral church of the Diocese of Helsinki. In terms of membership, the cathedral is the largest in Finland, with approximately 5,000 members.

Wikipedia: St. Henry's Cathedral (EN), Website

88. Free Throw

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Free Throw valokuva: Kulttuurinavigattori, veistos: Juhana Blomstedt / CC BY 3.0

The free throw is Juhana Blomstedt's (1937–2010) last sculpture, located in Munkkiniemi, Helsinki, on the lawn of the Munkkiniemi co-educational school. The sculpture is made of corten steel and is illuminated by four lamps embedded in the ground. The work was unveiled in October 2010.

Wikipedia: Vapaaheitto (FI)

89. Puu-Vallila

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Puu-Vallila is a single-family house area in the Vallila district of Helsinki, built in the 1910s. It was threatened with demolition for a long time, but was renovated in the 1980s. The area is protected as a block area of residential buildings of cultural-historical and cityscape value.

Wikipedia: Puu-Vallila (FI)

90. Kristuskyrkan

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Kristuskyrkan is a Christian church in Helsinki, Finland, located in the central district of Etu-Töölö at the corner between Fänrik Ståls Street and Apollonkatu Street. It was built at the beginning of the twentieth century and it is part of the Swedish Methodist Church of Finland.

Wikipedia: Kristuskyrkan (EN), Website

91. Tram Museum

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The Tram Museum or Tram Museum is a special museum operating under the Helsinki City Museum in Taka-Töölö, Helsinki. The museum presents the history of tram traffic in Helsinki. It is housed in Helsinki's oldest tram hall, dating back to 1900, designed by architect Waldemar Aspelin.

Wikipedia: Ratikkamuseo (FI), Url

92. Kolmikulma

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Kolmikulma, also known as the Diana Park, is a small, rectangular triangular-shaped park located in the Kaartinkaupunki district in the city center of Helsinki, Finland. It is limited by the Yrjönkatu, Uudenmaankatu and Erottajankatu streets. The park was renovated in 2006 and 2007.

Wikipedia: Kolmikulma (EN)

93. Käpylän kirkko

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Käpylä Church is a church in Käpylä, Helsinki, on Metsolantie. It was designed by architect Eero Ilmari Sutinen and built between 1929 and 1930. It has elements of early functionalism, but in terms of details it still represents classicism. The church seats between 420 and 570.

Wikipedia: Käpylän kirkko (Helsinki) (FI)

94. Vanha kirkkopuisto

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The old church park is a park surrounding the old church in Kamppi, Helsinki and a historic cemetery that comprises one block area. The old church is located on the edge of the park along Lönnrotinkatu. Other streets surrounding the park are Annankatu, Bulevardi and Yrjönkatu.

Wikipedia: Vanha kirkkopuisto (FI)

95. Savoy Theatre

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Savoy Theatre is a guest theatre for Finnish and foreign performers in Helsinki's Kaartinkaupunki. The theatre is connected to the Savoy restaurant. It is especially known as a concert venue for world music. Savoy Theatre is one of the locations of the Helsinki Cultural Centre.

Wikipedia: Savoy-teatteri (FI), Url

96. Malminkartanon kappeli

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Malminkartano Chapel is an Evangelical Lutheran chapel located in Malminkartano, Helsinki, and maintained by the Kannelmäki parish. The chapel was inaugurated in 2014 in an old wooden building that had been used by the Kannelmäki parish before it was converted into a chapel.

Wikipedia: Malminkartanon kappeli (FI)

97. Kamppi Chapel

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The Kamppi Chapel is a chapel in the neighbourhood of Kamppi in Helsinki, Finland, located on the Narinkka Square. It is also known as the "Chapel of Silence" since it is intended to be a place to calm down and have a moment of silence in one of the busiest areas of the city.

Wikipedia: Kamppi Chapel (EN), Website

98. Statue of Peace

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The Peace Statue is the sculpture of Essi Renvall, a sculptor in Kaivopuisto in Helsinki. It was erected as the 20th anniversary of the YYA agreement in 1968. The statue is located on the beach along Ehrenströmintie for some distance from the Olympic Terminal to the south.

Wikipedia: Rauhanpatsas (FI)

99. Kumtähden kenttä

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Kumtähti field is a small park area in Toukola, Helsinki. It is located between the Hämeentie and Gustav Vaasa road north of these branches, about three kilometers north of downtown Helsinki. Near the Kumpula campus at the University of Helsinki, near Gustav Vaasa Road.

Wikipedia: Kumtähden kenttä (FI)

100. Maunulan kirkko

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Maunula Church is a church building in Maunula, Helsinki. The church mainly serves as a church in Swedish -speaking Petrus Församling, but there is also the activities of the Oulunkylä parish. The church was designed by architect Ahti Korhonen and was completed in 1980.

Wikipedia: Maunulan kirkko (FI)


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