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Fine red-brick architecture on Katajanokanlaituri. At the other side of South Harbour, on Eteläranta, stands the Old Markethall designed by the same architect, Gustav Nyström.
Helsinki Cathedral from Yliopistonkatu.
Helsinki Cathedral from Senaatintori.
The Uspenski Cathedral from Kanavakatu.
Uspenski Cathedral (1868) and Alvar Aalto's much discussed Stora Enso Building (1962).
Esplanadi, if you feed just one gull...
Suomen elokuvasäätiö (Finnish Film Foundation) and Kino K13.
aleksi 13, Lundqvist Building on Mikonkatu, constructed in 1900. The edifice to the right, across Aleksanterinkatu, is the 1901 Pohjola Insurance Company, another icon of Helsinki architecture.
Helsinki Lutheran Cathedral, C.L. Engel and E. Lohrmann. Completed in 1852.
Helsinki Cathedral, designed by Carl Ludvig Engel. Engel died in 1840 when the building was still under construction. Ernst Lohrmann, his successor as architect, added the four smaller domes. The idea of the grand steps leading up to the building came from Czar Nicholas I.
North Harbour in the background.
Eating stalls on the Market Square, to the left the City Hall.
Hotel Grand Marina, a converted dockside warehouse.
aleksi 13, Lundqvist Building.
The organ of Helsinki Cathedral.
Helsinki's Uspenski Cathedral.
Mariankatu. Main Guard, 1840 by Carl Ludvig Engel. The first Main Guard, also designed by Engel, was a long building in front of Helsinki Cathedral. Demolished a few years after completion to make place for the grand stairs.
The nude is Havis Amanda.
Mariella in Helsinki's South Harbour.
Nederhorst den Berg
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