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Fabianinkatu 30 University of Helsinki, Helsinki 00100 Finland
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Helsingin yliopistoHelsinki Metro2 min
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Helsinki Small Group Walking Tour
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Helsinki Small Group Walking Tour
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Spend time exploring some of Helsinki’s most impressive landmarks by opting for this small-group tour. Discovering the city with a guide ensures you don’t miss any highlights, and eliminates the need to study a map. Highlights include seeing the Parliament building, Senate Square, Uspenski Cathedral, and Temppeliaukio Church. Along the way, enjoy entertaining stories from your guide, and discover hidden gems that locals love too.
US$44.26 per adult
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wonderful place! stylish design, convenient places for work and leisure, everything is done as conveniently as possible for a great time in library
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The Helsinki University Library, Kaisa, is open to everyone. Interesting and airy architecture and a tranquil atmosphere. A nice place to relax for a bit.
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Helsinki University Library has four campus libraries: the Main Library in the Kaisa House, Kumpula, Meilahti and Viikki Campus Libraries. The Kaisa House is located in Kaisaniemi and it represents state-of-the-art library architecture. The building is an 11-story red brick
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So fantastic is this library that it’s probably worthwhile to take a detour from any near by cities such as Oslo or Copenhagen. If you can find a tour it would be worthwhile as this library contains so many amazing highlights that you might miss, such as a machine oriented are
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Anttinen Oiva Architects won the architectural competition for the new main library at the University of Helsinki in 2008 with two of the objectives for the architectural design being spatial flexibility and visual connectivity between the floors. The Library was the most
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