Travel guide - Helsinki

Helsinki is known as a 'city of architecture'. As one of Europe's youngest capitals, it was first shaped by Neoclassical architecture and later became the world's largest concentration of Jugendstil buildings and National Romanticism. Read the guide on arcspace.com >>http://www.arcspace.com/travel/travel-guide-helsinki/
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Villa Didrichsen Art Museum  by Viljo Revell (1959). More info on >>http://www.arcspace.com/travel/travel-guide-helsinki/

Villa Didrichsen Art Museum by Viljo Revell (1959). More info on >>http://www.arcspace.com/travel/travel-guide-helsinki/

Natural History Museum Helsinki

Natural History Museum Helsinki

Malmi Airport Terminal by Dag Englund and Vera Rosendahl (1938). Read more on >>http://www.arcspace.com/travel/travel-guide-helsinki/

Malmi Airport Terminal by Dag Englund and Vera Rosendahl (1938). Read more on >>http://www.arcspace.com/travel/travel-guide-helsinki/

Eat at the Savoy Restaurant, interiors, lamps and other details all designed by maestro Alvar Aalto. Done! / Helsinki, Finland, 2002

Eat at the Savoy Restaurant, interiors, lamps and other details all designed by maestro Alvar Aalto. Done! / Helsinki, Finland, 2002

1952 Olympic stadium - Helsinki

1952 Olympic stadium - Helsinki

Helsinki Architecture

Helsinki Architecture

FMO Finnforest Building by Pekka Helin (2005). Read more on >>http://www.arcspace.com/travel/travel-guide-helsinki/

FMO Finnforest Building by Pekka Helin (2005). Read more on >>http://www.arcspace.com/travel/travel-guide-helsinki/

Helsinki Seafarers’ Centre / ARK-house Architects

Helsinki Seafarers’ Centre / ARK-house Architects

Modern architecture. Helsinki. Finland

Modern architecture. Helsinki. Finland

Helsinki University Library.

Helsinki University Library.

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