Central Railway station in Helsinki...it´s a bit magical place :)Coupe of years ago winter was unbearably cold,Ice Age 3 ! -35C and endless... Young designers cheered up hall country,though,then by putting a knitted hats on jugend atlantes.That was fun and very finnish too,though :)))

Central Railway station in Helsinki.it´s a bit magical place :)Coupe of years…

Imatra State Hotel, Finland

Built by the Finnish Senate at the turn of the century, the Valtionhotelli, or State Hotel, is one of the most captivating buildings in Imatra.

Eira Hospital, a private hospital in southern part of Helsinki, Finland. The architectural landmark is located at Tehtaankatu and Laivurinkatu cross, with address at Tehtaankatu 30 in Helsinki. The building was designed by Lars Sonck and its construction was completed in June 1905. (the pin via Fazer-Karkki • https://www.pinterest.com/pin/296463587947504698/ ) - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eira_Hospital

Eira Hospital, a private hospital in southern part of Helsinki, Finland.

As seems to be the norm in Jugend/N.R. architecture, totally awesome hardware.

As seems to be the norm in Jugend/N.

architecture & doorways & arches - Hotel Linna - Finland

A grand and elegant arched entrance. Building is not a dome, but looks like one on the inside.

Katajanokka, Helsinki, Finland www.stephentravels.com/top5/doors

Katajanokka, Helsinki, Finland www.stephentravels.com/top5/doors

Laivurinkatu (Skepparegatan) 27-29 (=Tehtaankatu 30) Eiran sairaala (Lars Sonck 1905) Photo Jacques Lasserre

Laivurinkatu (Skepparegatan) 27-29 (=Tehtaankatu 30) Eiran sairaala (Lars Sonck 1905) Photo Jacques Lasserre

Ashcan Cafe Jugend is set in a beautiful Art Nouveau building at Pohjoisesplanadi 19, Helsinki

Ashcan Cafe Jugend is set in a beautiful Art Nouveau building at Pohjoisesplanadi Helsinki

Aschan Cafe Jugend - Helsinki

Café Jugend - Opened in 1904 at the heart of Helsinki, the Uschakoff Building, originally a banking hall – is one of the best examples of Finnish Jugend (or Art Noveau) architecture and an important piece of Finnish heritage.

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