The Sibelius Monument is one of the most proud sculptures of Finns. The monument consists of more than 600 silver-white stainless steel tubes, which resembles a giant organ and symbolizes the immortal works of great national musicians. Every time the sea breeze blows, the air flows through the steel pipe, sometimes high, sometimes low, as if nature is playing eternal music in memory of the musician endlessly. A huge metal head of Sibelius is embedded on the red rock beside it, vividly reproducing the heroic image of the great composer. This romantic monument is a masterpiece by the famous Finnish female sculptor Hiltonin, who spent six years working hard on the 10th anniversary of Sibelius'death in 1967. Its small replicas were sent to the United Nations Building for permanent exhibition as a national gift. Every visitor to Sibelius Park will enjoy the sculpture, take photos and take pictures here.
The Sibelius Monument is a landmark sculpture in the park. Siliubes is the author of Finnish Ode. It is of great significance to Finland. The sculpture style of the monument is very avant-garde and consists of many wind pipes. It forms a large organ sculpture, which is very unique and creative.
The monument is located in Sibelius Park. It is a famous scenic spot in Helsinki. It was built to commemorate the famous Finnish musician Sibelius. The monument is a large sculpture composed of many root organs. It is impressive to see. Other scenery in the park is also very good.
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.
There is a monument dedicated to this Finnish music master in the West Beijius Park, which shows the people's feelings for his contribution.
Nice monument in honor of great finnish composer Jean Sibelius.