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"Castling" in Laajalahti, Espoo. In 1914-16 a lot of forstress were build around Helsinki. In Espoo there are plenty of castlings around Helsinki.

"Castling" in Laajalahti, Espoo. In a lot of forstress were build around Helsinki. In Espoo there are plenty of castlings around Helsinki.

The forgotten village. Kruunuvuori,Helsinki - an abandoned village, perfect place for photography. wandering heart

The forgotten village. Kruunuvuori,Helsinki - an abandoned village, perfect place for photography. wandering heart

Kruunuvuori - abandoned villas in Helsinki

Finland - Kruunuvuori “Ghost Town” Helsinki - this looks like it was an interesting building. The houses are rotting since Some think the ground is not solid enough for further construction or for the houses already there.

Abandoned place near Helsinki. A village forgotten in the forest.

Abandoned place near Helsinki. A village forgotten in the forest.

Helsinki is a city of wonderful statues. As it is, the statues are a bit forgotten. We decided to shine the spotlight on them and give them the place they deserve on the internet.

The sculptures in Helsinki city takes Selfies

After the Games: Photographs of Decaying Olympic Sites

After the Games: Photographs of Decaying Olympic Sites

Abandoned Olympic Sites Around the World - 1952 Olympic Swimming Stadium - Lake Ahvenisto, Finland

vanilla-cocoon: “ National Institute for Health and Welfare by Tuomas | Kivinen on Flickr. ”

mlsg: n-architektur: National Institute for Health and Welfare by Tuomas Kivinen Walk those stairs and you get healthier!

Helsinki, Finland

Kruunuvuori

Kruunuvuori "Ghost Town" Helsinki [[MORE]] There is a great book by Minna Torppa & Aurora Reinhard: Kruunuvuori – unohdettujen huviloiden tarinaabout ( the story of forgotten villas ) about this place.

Silence is a resource. It is an invisible force for good, although an oft-forgotten and under-utilized one. In the busyness of daily life it is easy to forget to stop. To slow down. To rediscover how nourishing even a small dose of peace and calm can be for the soul. Silence is on tap in Finland. The closer you get to nature, the less words are needed. ~ Click the photo to keep reading

Silence, Please: A Finnish Natural Resource

Silence is a resource. It is an invisible force for good, although an oft-forgotten and under-utilized one. In the busyness of daily life it is easy to forget to stop. To slow down. To rediscover how nourishing even a small dose of peace and calm can be f

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