(me'11) Helsinki – Musiikkitalo  [60°]

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Taken on: 28.08.2011  –  10:10


The Helsinki Music Centre is a concert hall and a music center. Finished in April 2011 and opening concert on 31.08.2011 (3 days after this picture).
It features a large concert hall with 1'704 seats and six other small rooms with 140 to 400 seats.   

=>  Musiikitalo Helsinki
=>  Wikipedia


Position:  (60.17363, 24.93399)

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Comments (16)

©polytropos on November 25, 2012

(60.17375, 24.93433);   [60°]

®mene on November 26, 2012

...Strenci, Music Place. Also useable as a revolutions play ground :)

Itallica on November 27, 2012

braille tunes?

©polytropos on November 27, 2012

Hm, at least it doesn't look like Morse code, Tery. I made some researches but I didn't find out the sense of that pattern.
Maybe the steelworker burned in the begin of Beethoven's 5th symphony in a kind of binary code.

Amelia Royan on November 27, 2012

There was a young lad who, for his apprenticeship piece, was asked to practise his drilling skills - he got carried away with the task. He passed with flying colours, and the spare metal has been sent to the Finnish mint for coinage. However, the frontage has now got to be made good. ;-)

It reminds me a little of the punch cards that were used in early computing/sorting systems.

©polytropos on November 27, 2012

Your explanation sounds to me very comprehensible ;-)
And yes, I can remember this punch cards too. Sometimes you still see them on the barrel organs they play on the streets.

© Roland on December 3, 2012

erinnert mich an eine Höhenkontrolle ;-)

©polytropos on December 3, 2012

Hm, Roland, das verstehe ich jetzt nicht ganz.
Ein seriell betriebenes Nudelsieb könnte ich mir noch vorstellen ;-)

© Roland on December 3, 2012

ahja, als Bahnfahrer ist das natürlich nicht relevant ;-))

Vor Einfahrten findet man nur allzuoft vorsorglich herunterhängende Querlatten, die zur Sicherheit etwas tiefer hängen, als die max Tunnelhöhe. Dann kann nichts passieren :-)

©polytropos on December 3, 2012

Ach so, jetzt verstehe ich, Parkhauseinfahrtshöhenkontrollrotweisspendelbalken.
In meiner Version oben wären die Löcher dann ev. Sollbruchstellen, im Falle, dass man sich doch in der Höhe verschätzt ;-)

© Roland on December 3, 2012

;-)

♠ c0l0gne1 ♣ on January 1, 2013

Die diversen Erklärungsversuche gehören zwingend zum Foto, steigert den Kunstgenuss ungemein;-)

©polytropos on April 17, 2013



©polytropos on April 17, 2013

Neue Position (wegen neuer Karte in Google Earth; vom 06.07.2012):
60.17363, 24.93399)


©polytropos on April 17, 2013



Romina Marken 1 on August 23, 2013

Ja, es erinnert wirklich an LOCHKARTEN..... aber würde man es " spielen"... es wäre zu eintönig !!!!-:))) Obwohl die FINNEN schon Melodie mögen !!
Parhaat terveiset , Romina

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