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The crossing outside the Russian embassy was painted in rainbow colours on Friday night. Image: Jarno Mela / Lehtikuva

A zebra crossing outside the Russian embassy in Helsinki has been painted in rainbow colours.

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Street art on back of a under water cable sign in Hernesaari, at the edge of Helsinki

Street art on back of a under water cable sign in Hernesaari, at the edge of Helsinki

HDR photo of inside Hakaniemen metroasema (Hakaniemi Metro Station) in Helsinki, Finland.

HDR photo of inside Hakaniemen metroasema (Hakaniemi Metro Station) in Helsinki, Finland.

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Helsinki: November snowstorm in the city, photo A snow sweeper tram fighting the blizzard on Mannerheimintie street in the city centre.

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Helsinki: Past, Present, Future Progressive

Is Helsinki a cycling city? With that question in mind, our editor and photographer explore the Finnish capital.

My view for the cocktail hour at the Hilton Strand in Helsinki, Finland. Perfect place & weather!

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My view for the cocktail hour at the Hilton Strand in Helsinki, Finland.

Helsingin Keskuskadun muuttaminen kävelykaduksi on vihdoin valmistunut koko matkaltaan.

Helsingin Keskuskadun muuttaminen kävelykaduksi on vihdoin valmistunut koko matkaltaan.

The city library on Rikhardinkatu,One of the many libraries in the metropolitan area. Helsinki, FINLAND

The city library on Rikhardinkatu, Helsinki, Finland. One of the many libraries in the metropolitan area.

Liha-Haka in Hakaniemi market hall is all about nose to tail- thinking. Graving for some bone marrow or lungs? They have it.

Liha-Haka in Hakaniemi market hall is all about nose to tail- thinking. Graving for some bone marrow or lungs?

Helsinki Complaints Choir:   http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=ATXV3DzKv68#!

Complaints Choir: The World’s Mundane Grievances Set to Song

Finnish artists Tellervo Kalleinen and Oliver Kochta-Kalleinen collected the pet peeves and angst-ridden pleas of people in Helsinki and then composed this c.

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