A famous attraction in Helsinki, Finland, commemorating the famous composer Sibelius. It is easily accessible on the western seaside of Helsinki and is visited by a constant stream of visitors each year.
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There is an inland park in Helsinki, Sibelius Park, named after the famous Finnish musician Sibelius. This place has an inland lake with beautiful swans and seagulls. There are many things to see here. The natural scenery is worth seeing.
The statue made of 600 steel pipes was too advanced for Finland when it was built, so the author was asked to complete another composer's head. This made the sculptor very unhappy. She thought the steel pipe statue was enough to reflect Sibelius Contribution, but in the end she agreed to make another portrait.
Sibelius is dedicated to the Finnish composer Jean Sibelius. The monument is located at the Sibelius Park in Helsinki. It consists of series of more than 600 hollow steel pipes welded together in a wave-like pattern.
Finland has three principal heroes. One is a general, one is from mythology and the third is the composer Sibelius. This monument honors the composer.
The Sibelius Monument, recembling organ pipes, is made of welded steel with the bust of the composer on one side. The monument is one of Helsinki's most popular statues and one of the most well known tourist attractions. The bust in this postcard is Sibelius himself found next to the monument.
Nice monument in honor of great finnish composer Jean Sibelius.
The most striking organ pipe monument built in memory of Jean Sibelius in 1967. Oddly, 600 pipes weighing over 24 metric tons are welded together creating this enormous organ pipe like monument in the Sibelius Park, which is an iconic landmark in Helsinki.