The Baltic Daughter Statue, near the flower market in Helsinki, Finland, is a bronze statue of a young girl. There are many bars and coffee bars on both sides of the road. People enjoy drinking various kinds of drinks leisurely. It can be seen that Europeans have a slow rhythm. There are many young people playing music on the street. They are very happy to entertain themselves.
In front of the presidential palace in Helsinki, Finland, there is a famous bronze fountain sculpture, the daughter of the Baltic Sea. When the designer Wargren built the statue in 1906, he just called him Little Mermaid. But two years later, when the statue was officially placed here, Finns gave her a cordial nickname, Amanda. Nearly two meters tall, Amanda stood naked at the top of the fountain center with her head held high. There are four sea lions carved on the base of the fountain, spraying water towards the center of the fountain. She symbolizes Finland's newborn. Nine years after the completion of the sculpture, Finland gained its independence. That's why the sculpture became a symbol of this beautiful city, and Helsinki has since been called the daughter of the Baltic Sea. You can see the sculpture by walking to the dock by the sea.
Far out of the central square, you can see a colorful statue of Ona on the South Pier Square, "Daughter of the Baltic Sea" - the symbol of Helsinki city. The statue was completed in Paris in 1906 and arrived in Hezbollah in 1908. It has a history of more than 100 years. The local people have a favorite name "Amani".
The weather was so beautiful that drinking beer and basking in the sun was relaxing and relaxing. Close to the extreme day, let you eat, play and not tired. Buy a one-day ticket, go to Finland, tram through the city, take a hop on-off double-decker bus, sightseeing cruise ship, and travel around Helsinki. I just don't want to leave anymore.
At the intersection of the open-air market is the famous statue of the sea goddess, which was created by the famous Finnish sculptor Ville Valgren in Paris. In 1905, the 50-year-old Walgren successfully sculpted the image of Amanda, modelled on a Finnish girl studying in Paris. In 1907, the statue of a naked girl was displayed in Paris. The next year, Amanda appeared in the centre of Finland's capital. After the unveiling of the statue, many local women and conservatives objected to the public display of nude girls, believing that it was harmful to elegance. However, Amanda's elegant, gentle and elegant manner and graceful and smooth lines vividly show the inner and outer beauty of a pure girl, which won the appreciation of College students. Under their protection, the statue of Amanda has been preserved in the South Pier Square. Now the bronze statue has become a symbol of Helsinki. Whether in spring, summer, autumn or winter, tourists who come here should take pictures with her.
There is a famous bronze fountain sculpture, the daughter of the Baltic Sea, in front of the presidential palace in Helsinki. When the designer Wargren built the statue in 1906, he just called him Little Mermaid. But two years later, when the statue was officially placed here, Finns gave her a cordial nickname, Amanda.
The Mermaid in the dream is on the blue sea. It is a statue famous all over the world because of the fairy tale "Daughter of the Sea". Let this city also be full of fairy tales, Helsinki is not like the capital, but like a coastal town, suitable for the wind, snow, imagination, more suitable for Floating Life and leisure.
Before going to Finland, I only felt that Finland was a very distant country, and I didn't know much about it. Nordic Europe came all the way, rainy and sunny, the Baltic Sea was beautiful, the daughter of the Baltic Sea, the bronze statue and the gull were flying in front of the presidential palace of Helsinki, Finland.
Compared with many churches that have been there, there are no white windows and the interior decoration of the church is not very luxurious. Personally, I guess this may be related to the different connotations of the religious beliefs advocated by various sects. This is Lutheranism. The green-roofed and white-walled church is very clear in the sunshine. The high steps make people look up to heaven. The most impressive part of the church is the five vaults. Architecturally, it should be said a lot.