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Hakasalmen huvila (Hakasalmi Villa) is situated next to Cafe Huvila, quite near to the National Museum, Finlandia Hall, the Music Hall and the Parliament House.
The villa was completed in 1845. The villa was built by the procurator and privy councilor Carl Johan Walleen. The...More
This was the best photography exhibition I've seen in years!
The focus is on seven centenarians (all born in 1917 the year Finland got its independence) all of whom have some connection with Helsinki, although they originally came from different corners of the country -...More
We are a honeymooning couple from Spain, and we went to nearly every coffee shop in Helsinki, this being our true favourite, even over Eckbergs. My wife is lactose intolerant and not only did she have no problems but everything was delicious. We especially enjoyed...More
Listening to music anywhere from own headphones is so common that it is hard to understand how huge the development has been in a century. The first gramophones were large, heavy and mechanical but still it was luxurious to bring music to the garden or...More
The museum is right across the parliament. During out visit rooms had photos and artifacts from 1900 till recent times. Very engaging and informative. After visit when you walk back to Helsinki you would realize how it were in olden time and the visit would...More