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This monument is next to another large monument dedicated to Sibelius’ life and work. It is a realistic bust that is well done. It’s nice to see if you’re a fan or near the park but I’m not sure it’s a “must see” for first...More
We visited Helsinki in early June for the second time and decided to walk to the Sibelius Monument which took about 30 mins from the Market Square where our ship was moored. Our stroll up Mannerheimintie took us past various theatres, the railway station and...More
This tribute to Sebilius (1865-1957) by Finnish sculptor Eila Hiltunen is at the Sibelius park in the Töölö district. It is on the Red Bus route & is an interesting sculpture but it would have been more interesting had it been more interactive or if...More
This monument to Finland's favorite composer was controversial, when it was first unveiled. In fact, they made the sculptor add the seriously cool "molten" silver bust of Sibelius to it. The pipes are not all solid, you discover, when you get close. Our guide encouraged...More
This was just one stop on our tour. The story of the artist is sort of sad. Her original "tube" monument was not well received, so she added the "faces" part. If you are on a tour and this is a 10 minute stop, then...More
The monument is dedicated to the world-famous composer Jean Sibelius (1865-1957). It is located at the Sibelius park in the Töölö district.
It is made by Finnish sculptor Eila Hiltunen and was unveiled in September 1967, ten years after the death of Sibelius.