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Helsinki Cathedral

Helsinki Cathedral

4.6/5337 Reviews
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Church
Historical Architecture
Sun - Sat 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM (Local time)
Explore Helsinki's famous Suurkirkko, also called Helsinki Cathedral, a neoclassical masterpiece of western and Russian styles designed by one of Finland's greatest architects, Carl Ludvig Engel. Survey the Senate Square below you from this magnificent building, originally called St. Nicholas' Church upon its completion in 1852 to honor Nicholas I, Czar of Russia, but renamed when Finland gained its independence in 1917. Discover why more than 350,000 people visit this church each year, with its distinctive green dome and colonnades and pediments radiating out in each direction. Pay a visit to each of the twelve apostles, erected in larger than life zinc statues along the roof by Engel's successor, Ernst Lohrmann.
Temppeliaukio Church

Temppeliaukio Church

4.5/5384 Reviews
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Church
June-August, Monday-Thursday and Saturday 9:30-19:00, Friday 9:30-20:00, Sunday 12:00-17:00, May and September, Monday-Week 6:30-18:00, Sunday 12:00-17:00; October-April, Monday-Saturday 10:00-18:00, Sunday 12:00-17:00. Opening hours may vary depending on the service on Sunday morning or other church ceremonies. (Local time)
Whether your interests lie in music, history, architecture or religion, the Temppeliaukio church offers you a unique opportunity to view a monument unlike any other in the world. The commencement of World War II in 1939 prolonged the development of the structure, which resumed in 1961 with an entirely new concept after the brothers and fellow architects Timo and Tuomo Suomalainen won the second competition held for the design of this Lutheran church. Built directly into a natural rock formation that is flooded with light through a glazed dome, the church often doubles as a concert hall because the exposed rock walls provide excellent acoustic qualities.
Sibelius Park & Monument

Sibelius Park & Monument

4.5/5285 Reviews
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Statue/Sculpture
9:00-20:00 (summer), 9:30-16:30 (winter) (Local time)
Sibelius Park is located in the northwest of the city centre of Helsinki. The statues in the park are relatively large. One of the statues consists of a number of hollow steel tubes arranged in a wavy shape, like a giant organ. When the wind blows This "pipe organ" will make a very pleasant sound, echoing the surrounding flowers and trees.
Suomenlinna

Suomenlinna

4.5/5217 Reviews
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Military Site
Historical Site
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Open 24 hours (Local time)
Suomenlinna, located on the inner side of the Gulf of Helsinki, was once a military fortress and was listed by UNESCO on the World Heritage List in 1991. Although it is a famous military fortress in Finland, you can see the various fortifications left by the army at the time, but there are still many residents living on the island. This is a very interesting thing, the military atmosphere here is not so strong, on the contrary, because the Nordic Art Center is located here, artists prefer to do some creation on the island.
Water Park

Water Park

4.8/525 Reviews
Water Park
Business hours TBA (Local time)
Havis Amanda

Havis Amanda

4.3/588 Reviews
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Statue/Sculpture
Open 24 hours (Local time)
The statue of the daughter of the Baltic Sea, also known as the bronze statue of Amanda, is a girl bronze statue located next to the flower market in the open-air market in Helsinki, Finland. The girl is called Amanda and is surrounded by four sea lions in the fountain. She crouched in the Gulf of Finland quietly, and was hailed as "the daughter of the Baltic Sea." The statue was built in 1906 in Paris and arrived in Helsinki in 1908. It is now one of the symbols of the city of Helsinki. On April 30th each year, Finnish college students will hold a grand hat-hat event next to the statue of Amanda.
Orthodox Uspensky Cathedral

Orthodox Uspensky Cathedral

4.5/5166 Reviews
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Church
Tuesday - Friday 9:30-16:00, Saturday 10:00-15:00, Sunday 12:00-15:00, closed during the ceremony. (Local time)
The Uspenski Orthodox Cathedral was built in 1862 on the slopes of the Kadayano Peninsula and was completed in six years. It is the larger Orthodox church on Scandinavia, and the Finns call it the “Russian Church”. The exterior of the church is composed of a red main color with a representative onion top. The interior dome depicts gorgeous decorative paintings and religious allusions, and has a rich traditional Eastern Orthodox church art style. There are thirteen towers in the church. The crosses on all the spires face the east, symbolizing Jesus and the twelve apostles. The shape is very striking.
Gulf of Finland

Gulf of Finland

4.6/589 Reviews
Strait/Fjord
Seashore
Open 24 hours (Local time)
The Gulf of Finland in the Baltic Sea is a large bay in the eastern part of the Baltic Sea, between Finland and Estonia, and stretches to Russia in the east. The Baltic Gulf of Finland has cruise ships and ferry terminals, and behind the pier there are markets selling seafood and Finnish-inspired souvenirs. Especially the antique-style Viking fleet is very interesting.
The National Museum of Finland

The National Museum of Finland

4.3/582 Reviews
Museum
Tuesday-Sunday 11:00–18:00, closed on Monday, closed on June 24-25, and the official opening hours are available on the official website. (Local time)
The Finnish National Museum is located in the heart of Helsinki, particularly close to the Parliament Building. The museum has a medieval church-like exterior and is a fusion of an old Finnish church and castle-style building, designed by three Finnish architects. There is a statue of a stone bear at the entrance of the museum, which has become one of the symbols of the Finnish National Museum. On the ceiling of the entrance hall of the museum is Galen Carrera's large murals inspired by the narrative poems of Kalevala. It is a treasure of the town hall that cannot be missed.
Helsinki Central Station

Helsinki Central Station

4.5/5110 Reviews
Modern Architecture
Open from 5:00am-2:00am (Local time)
It is Finland’s most visited building, seeing over 200,000 people enter every day. This is because the granite structure it is also the hub of public transportation in the country’s largest and capitol city. The 19 platforms within the station serve as the gateway to destinations throughout the country. What was originally called Helsingin rautatieasema-Helsingfors järnvägsstation was renamed to the much-easier-to-say Helsingin päärautatieasema-Helsingfors centralstation in 2010.
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