_We***24It is the Grand Gulf of the Eastern Baltic Sea between Finland, Estonia and Russia. The salt content of the sea is low, and the icing period is 3-5 months. Salinity 3‰-6‰, the depth and salinity are gradually increasing from east to west.
魔女三号babykikileeThe ancient city of Porvoo is the second oldest city in Finland. It was built in the 13th century and is 50 kilometers east of Helsinki. Today’s weather is not very good. It is cloudy, occasionally it snows, and some of the ground on the street is frozen. . Since it was winter and the river was frozen, we did not go to the riverside position, but only visited some of the scenic spots in the old city. This is where many Finnish artists live, and coming here is full of art.
魔女三号babykikileeWalking up the cobbled road in the old town of Porvoo, you came to Porvoo Cathedral, one of the most famous sights in the city. Built in the 14th century, the church looks very simple and simple, white The exterior walls, gray roofs, and red bricks and tiles are not as gorgeous as other churches. It is said that the church was originally a wooden structure, but after several burns, it has now been changed to a stone-brick structure.
_We***49this church cant be miss . is near donwtown and is walking distance from the port as well. Do avoid noon time as it get crowded with all the tour bus . As for the church it is Grand and impressive exterior with a huge open plaza in the front. When on top of the steps, you get great views of Helsinki. Interior is a bit more muted and spartan but tastefully done. The organ is beautiful and shows really well inside the church. The pulpit and altar have simple, clean lines and are both very elegant. Allow about 30-45 mins for a visit.
E33***72A refreshing design from the usual European churches/cathedral. This church is carved out from a rock and its unique UFO exterior design is a must see for architecture buffs! Doesn’t take long - about 30mins to explore and right in town.
sculptorThe fortress of Finland (Suomenlinna) is built on eight islands about 4 kilometers southeast of the center of Helsinki, Finland. Its original name, the Swedish Castle, was built by the Swedish King in 1748 to defend against Russian expansion. Russia began to occupy the fortress during the Finland war until Finland became independent in 1918.