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This library has been build in 1800’s and it has been designed by Engel, who has designed pretty much everything in the parlament square. It’s a good quick stop when wondering around Helsinki and especially this area.
The museum is NW of the train station a few blocks. If looks like a large Luthern church, but it was built as a museum. A path through multiple rooms on multiple levels. From mid evil to modern Finland. A lot of mid evil war...More
Beautiful on the outside and even more beautiful on the inside. The ordered beauty of the main room (Similar to the Mitchell Wing of the NSW Library in Sydney (although a fraction of the size)) and then the beauty of the 5 floors...More
The Library has an amazing room just after the entrance foyer. Impressive columns with beautiful carving at the top. We walked up five flights of stairs to the top (there is a lift) where light floods in through a glass dome. Beautiful railings lined the...More