Finland's political center, which looks like a Greek temple, is very attractive. The Finnish Parliament Building was built in 1931. Like the appearance of the Greek temple, it has 14 round stone pillars about 17 meters high on the front, which gives people a strong sense of power and beauty. Finland's parliament is composed of 200 members who often gather in buildings to discuss state affairs. In addition to the important meeting time, visitors can visit the cabinet meeting rooms and conference centres, listen to staff explanations and learn about Finnish politics.
Visit the parliament building and see the parliamentary hall where the Finns hold parliament. This landmark building is not uncommon now. But it's so humble around it. It's said that the Finnish government is the most honest government in the world. It seems reasonable.
The Finnish Parliament Building was built between 1926 and 1933 and was designed by Borg, Siren and & #197; berg. As the only classical building in Finland representing the 1920s, it is supported by 14 Collinsing-style cylinders and uses red granite as the main building material. In front of the parliament building, there is a lawn on which to lie in the sun in summer, which is a very pleasant thing.
Unfortunately, the Capitol building was being repaired and the pavement in front of it was closed. But the Department concerned put a layer of cloth on the outside of the building, which was printed with the original building itself, making it known that it was the Capitol Building.