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Museums and Art

Museums in Finland

Museums in Finland

National Museum of Finland, Helsinki

The National Museum of Finland is not only the largest repository of historical and cultural information, it is one of the most interesting educational centers in Europe. It is located next to the Finnish parliament, so it is not difficult to find.

Maritime Museum in Finland - description

I would like to tell you about a wonderful museum - the Åland Maritime Museum in Mariehamn (Finland). This museum is located on the Åland Islands. His permanent exhibition includes 8 sections, covering a variety of topics.

Lenin Museum in Finland, Tampere

Finland is rich in its beauties, so if you decide to visit the city of Tampere, then you are unlikely to be able to pass by historical places. The Lenin Museum is curious, because in our country, Vladimir Ilyich is a person known to date. On the other hand, looking at the exhibits of the museum, nostalgia begins in our hearts and a happy Soviet childhood appears in my memory — these are pioneer camps, songs, chants, and, of course, everyone’s beloved “grandfather Lenin”. This museum, located in Finland, is the only place in the world where the memory of the great leader has been preserved.

Tampere Police Museum, Finland

Today, the Police Museum, which is located in the building of the Tampere Police High School, is not only dedicated to history, but also to the current state of affairs regarding the Finnish police. This museum is one of the newest buildings in Finland.

Museum of espionage in Finland, Tampere

The original espionage museum is located in Finland in the city of Tampere. The museum was opened in Finland for a reason. The country is located between west and east, which makes it an excellent platform for espionage. The museum was opened in 1988. It's funny that the bus number 7, which goes to the museum, was renamed 007 on the opening day, as the owner of the espionage museum, Teppo Turya, wanted to do. It should be noted that it turned out fun and interesting.

Suomenlinna Sea Fortress, Finland

Finland is interesting for tourists not only with its amazing northern nature, forests and lakes, but also with its museums, exhibitions, beautiful architecture, as well as various cafes, restaurants, shops. The country is suitable for visiting both lovers of bohemian life and history lovers. What sights and museums in Finland are worth seeing? This is the National Museum of Finland, and the Assumption Cathedral, and the fortress of Suomenlinna. The list goes on, but let's pay attention to Suomenlinna, whose name in Swedish sounds like Sveaborg.

Atheneum Museum, Finland, Helsinki

Do you know that Finland has about 80 museums? This is one of the reasons that there is always a large influx of tourists, because a place where you can see a lot of new things will always attract people. All museums in Finland are beautiful and interesting in their own way, everyone will find something that will captivate him. But among such a variety, the proud name of the national gallery is rightfully the Ateneum Museum, which holds the largest collection of classical works of art in Finland.


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