The Finnish Parliament Building, built in 1931, is one of Helsinki's iconic buildings. It is really very magnificent. You can see the circular pillars from far away. Basically, you can go in and out at will, you can see Finnish political figures
This parliament building with white marble facade was completed in 1974 in the center of Helsinki
Another building that looks like a typewriter, in Art Nouveau style, is still very interesting to look closely.
The Finnish Parliament Building was built between 1926 and 1933. The designers were Borg, Siren and Åberg. As the only classicist building in Finland that represents the 1920s, it consists of 14 Corinthian-style columns supporting the main body of the building, and uses red granite as the main building material. In front of the parliament building, there is a lawn. In summer, it is a very pleasant thing to lie on it and enjoy the sun.
The parliament building is quite magnificent and is made of granite. It also has a little pink color and a little freshness. It feels very close to the people. There is a large grassland in front of it, but I don't want to come here to see it.