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Address: Lonnrotinkatu 16, Helsinki, Southern Finland, 120, Finland | Inn
 
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Location

This inn, located in the Eteläinen area of Helsinki, is near Vapriikin Museokeskus, The Old Church (Vanha Kirkko), Alexander Theater (Aleksanterin Teatteri), and Andorra.
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Travel Blogs from Helsinki

Finally there - only 1 flight to go

A travel blog entry by katemclennan on Oct 17, 2014

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... broke, the new pants had holes in them, my wallet broke in Singapore, I destroyed my nail with a razor, I broke my new bag, I had the worst sleep in history and my camera was beginning to break and my luggage was damaged but besides all of that we had finally made it 17,000 kms away from home and I was missing Jay more then ever. ...

Helsinki, Finland

A travel blog entry by kellyfayeurope on Sep 07, 2014

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... products were all there for those in need of such - nothing really for us. We continued along the coastline seeing many small islands and many sailing boats. They will all be taken out of the water and stored soon before the area ices over, where you can drive to the small islands over the ice. It is a city proud of its art, culture and architecture, was originally under Swedish rule then in 1809 passed to Russia who was delighted to have such a big seaport. It became ...

4th Stop Helsinki

A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Aug 14, 2014

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... their troops stationed there. The island is now home to a number of museums but our favorite part was simply walking around and seeing the old bunkers and crumbling fortress walls. Another highlight is the church which is situated on top of the only hill on the whole island. Built by the Russians in 1854 (while they controlled Finland of course) it served as a Russian Orthodox Church until 1920 and still ...

Sea fortress island and Finnish ruoka

A travel blog entry by segacs on Aug 12, 2014

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... to be there to promote a gallery exhibit full of similar weird sculptures. Anyway, we meandered and souvenir-shopped for a while, and then headed over to the ferry terminal for the short ride over to Suomenlinna.

A set of islands in the harbour of Helsinki, Suomenlinna is a UNESCO heritage site filled with old fortresses, walking paths, a beach, and even an old submarine converted into a museum. We spent most of the afternoon there, eating ...

Finland...the country where I'd quite like to be

A travel blog entry by rachenry on Jul 29, 2014

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... that suggest this is a 'must see’. The church itself is carved right out of the rock and then capped with the most incredible solid copper roof I’ve ever seen. The pictures below give a sense of the church, but do not do justice to just how amazing it really is. There was a pianist playing music, so Cathy and I just sat for a while and enjoyed the experience. Cathy commented, and I agree whole heartedly, that if one was going to go to church, this is ...