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Paavo Nurmi Statue (Wäinö Aaltonen, 1925) and The Helsinki Olympic Stadium (Yrjö Lindegren ja Toivo Jäntti,1934) - Marianne Fahlström

Paavo Nurmi Statue (Wäinö Aaltonen, 1925) and The Helsinki Olympic Stadium (Yrjö Lindegren ja Toivo Jäntti,1934) - Marianne Fahlström

Äitiyden ilo, Villa Ensin portilla Photo by Harald Sörensen-Rengi

Äitiyden ilo, Villa Ensin portilla Photo by Harald Sörensen-Rengi

1932 PMK, or the Finnish cotton mills' joint sales office was founded. PMK's advertising campaigns could be seen in magazines, shop windows and in outdoor advertising. Finlayson & Co. acquired a majority stake in Forssan Oy. Subsequent to a merger, the company became Oy Finlayson- Forssa Ab. In front of Tampere theater

1932 PMK, or the Finnish cotton mills' joint sales office was founded. PMK's advertising campaigns could be seen in magazines, shop windows and in outdoor advertising. Finlayson & Co. acquired a majority stake in Forssan Oy. Subsequent to a merger, the company became Oy Finlayson- Forssa Ab. In front of Tampere theater

Gateway to Suomenlinna outside Helsinki Finland 8"X12" photograph.

Gateway to Suomenlinna outside Helsinki, Finland

Kaivopuiston puut ovat vanhoja ja näköala merelle on piste iin päälle [Sakke Somerma]

The Helsinki Card includes free entry to to Helsinki attractions, museums and tours. Save money when sightseeing with The Helsinki Card.

Kaarlo Juho Ståhlberg (1865-1952) was the first president of the Finnish republic (1919-25). His memorial was commissioned from Wäinö Aaltonen following an open competition arranged in 1955 which did not yield a result, and another competition in 1956, to which Olli Vaittinen, Viljo Savikurki, Armas Tirronen and Wäinö Aaltonen were invited.  Ståhlberg's memorial was unveiled on September 22, 1959, seven years after his death.

Kaarlo Juho Ståhlberg (1865-1952) was the first president of the Finnish republic (1919-25). His memorial was commissioned from Wäinö Aaltonen following an open competition arranged in 1955 which did not yield a result, and another competition in 1956, to which Olli Vaittinen, Viljo Savikurki, Armas Tirronen and Wäinö Aaltonen were invited. Ståhlberg's memorial was unveiled on September 22, 1959, seven years after his death.

Most famous men in Helsinki. The Stonemen of Helsinki Central Railway Station. Designer Emil Wikström. - Photo Ari Helminen, via Flickr - Pääovilla lamppuja kannattelevat patsaat, "Kivimiehet" ovat Emil Wikströmin suunnittelemat "Lyhdynkantajat".

the capital and largest city in Finland. It is in the southern part of Finland, on the shore of the Gulf of Finland, by the Baltic Sea. In Helsinki was chosen to be the World Design Capital for 2012

Kartanonkoski, Vantaa ( part of bigger Capital area), Finland

Kartanonkoski, Vantaa ( part of bigger Capital area), Finland

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