The statue of Manaheim is the highest rank in the history of the Finnish military, and the final rank is "Finnish marshal". The street is easy to find, the attractions are not big, but the surrounding malls and streets are good.
The Mannerheim statue is the iconic statue of the Helsinki base. Mannerheim is the highest-ranking soldier in Finnish military history. His final rank was "Finnish Field Marshal". He also served as the country's regent (1918-1919) and the first Six presidents (1944 to 1946).
The city is not big, but the scenery is beautiful, quiet and quiet, suitable for edifying the sentiment, purifying the irritable mood of the metropolis, is to consume some small expensive, others are good, worth going more.
Mannerheim's copper 㑰 stands in front of the Museum of Contemporary Art, passing on the way to the Parliament Building, former Finnish President, commanding the Finnish army in World War II, the bronze statue is remembered by the hero.
Was the sculpture amazing? It was a time in northern Europe that recorded the glory and glory of the war.
In my opinion the most impressive of all the monument or statues in Finland other than the Sibelius. In an easily accessible and open area, very impressive .
Born and lived in turbulent types in the region. Massive Russian influence and certainly a man who packed a lot into his life. Sat proud riding on this large statue in a prominent place
This Statue of Field Marshall C.G.E. Mannerheim is of course important for the Finish people. He was born Finn in the year1867, 4 June. As a young man he joined the Russian Army ending as a General. ...
Marshall Mannerheim is a big war hero for Finnish people, but to be honest for everybody else this is just a statue of a man riding a horse.
This statue was erected in 1960. It is situated next to Kiasma Contemporary Art Museum. The statue is very majestic. I really love it.