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Helsinki Cathedral

Helsinki Cathedral

Helsinki Cathedral is one of ten cathedral churches of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland. It is the main church of the Diocese of Helsinki and the Helsinki Cathedral Parish, but for many people it is also a symbol of all Helsinki. The Cathedral is a place of silence, a church where people come together for divine service, but it is also a venue for church concerts. The Cathedral is part of the Empire-style centre of Helsinki designed by architect Carl Ludvig Engel.
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Suomen valokuvataiteen museo K1 / The Finnish Museum of Photography K1

Suomen valokuvataiteen museo K1 / The Finnish Museum of Photography K1

K1 – the world through photography. The Finnish Museum of Photography’s new exhibition space K1 opens on August 20th 2020. K1 is located in the lowest floor of Kämp Galleria. In its exhibitions K1 presents the work of the most interesting international artists and the most thought provoking Finnish artists. K1 caters not only aesthetic but also intellectual pleasures. K1 offers a high quality experience in art, social gathering and Nordic kitchen.
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Worker Housing Museum

Worker Housing Museum

The nine small stove rooms of the Worker Housing Museum provide a glimpse into the history of everyday life in Helsinki. Stove ovens, wash tables and pull-out beds illustrate the life of working families during different phases of the 1900s. The museum is located in a wooden house built in 1909 with traditional decorative plants from the yards of Helsinki’s wooden houses blossoming in the attractive yard in the summer. Entrance to the Worker Housing Museum is free of charge.
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Burgher’s House

Burgher’s House

Slip in through the yellow gate and get acquainted with the life of the middle-class in the 1860s Helsinki. The Burgher’s House was completed in 1818. It is the oldest remaining wooden house in central Helsinki. Head Fireman Alexander Wickholm bought the house in 1859 as his home with his wife Erika and their three children. The rooms of the house have been restored and decorated according to information obtained from estate inventories to illustrate the life of a wealthy minor official’s family.
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Suomenlinna Sea Fortress

Suomenlinna Sea Fortress

Suomenlinna is one of seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Finland and a fascinating destination to explore. There are 6 kilometers of wall, over 100 cannons, exciting tunnels, museums, guided tours, cafés and restaurants. The ferry ride itself is a fun experience, allowing you to see and photograph Helsinki from the sea. Suomenlinna attracts visitors of all ages. The fortress is easily accessed by ferry from the Helsinki Market Square all year round. Around 800 people live in Suomenlinna.
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Ateneum Art Museum

Ateneum Art Museum

ATENEUM PRESENTS CLASSICS WITH A TWIST Ateneum is Finland’s best-known art museum and the home of Finnish art. The well-loved works in Ateneum's collection cover the period from the 19th century to Modernism. The museum's hugely popular special exhibitions of Finnish and international art open up new perspectives into the past and the present. Reconnect with your old favourites and fall in love with new ones. Our doors in the heart of Helsinki city centre are open just for you. Welcome!
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Temppeliaukio Church

Temppeliaukio Church

Excavated directly into solid rock, Temppeliaukio Church is situated in the heart of Helsinki. Because of its architecture it's one of the main attractions in Helsinki. The rock walls, copper dome and skylight windows create a unique atmosphere inside the church hall. Due to its excellent acoustics the church is a popular venue for concerts. The church welcomes you every day, please check the homepage for details. The entrance fee is 4 €, children visit for free.
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Tori Quarters

Tori Quarters

Visit Tori Quarters in the historical centre of Helsinki to discover the heart of the old town meeting the new buzz of the city. The historical buildings of Tori Quarters, used for administration offices for over 40 years, are now being renovated, opening up new spaces for new businesses and Helsinki-dwellers and travellers alike. In the area you find a growing number of cafés, restaurants, design boutiques, craft shops, creative sector companies and renewed public space.
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