Forests cover two-thirds of Finland and are a country of lakes and forests. It is surrounded by the Baltic Sea, known as the White Capital of Nordic Europe. Sibelius Park is built to commemorate Sibelius, the father of Finnish music, in the northwest of Helsinki city centre. Its surroundings are green, and it is a good place for citizens to rest, adjacent to the Baltic Sea. Next to it is a kindergarten, where the aunt takes her children to play games and swings. The landmark building is a huge pipe organ composed of 600 hollow steel tubes.