Pictures from Helsinki, the capital city of Finland.
It's a fact (well at least in Finland) that winter is over if there are people sitting on the stairs to the cathedral. Well it was about -5 degrees on this bright day, which tells us it's a rather cold spring this year. Greeings to the hemorrhoids. Click here to see what the people up there are seeing.
It reminds more on a bunker from world war 2 than on a church. Click here to see how astonishing it looks inside.
The remarkable architecture of the Helsinki Rock Church is... remarkable! Oddly enough the entrance is rather unimposing.
The 13 golden bulbous spires resemble flames and symbolize Jesus and his 12 apostles.
The Finland national theatre right next to the central station in Helsinki.
Students, poor as they are, are taking a bubble bath each year at first of may.
A double headed golden eagle on top of an obelisk located at the Helsinki market square close to the ferry harbour.
View down the stairs from the catholic cathedral down to Helsinki.
This one's a restaurant located on a ship at the harbour of helsinki, right next to the market hall. They serve an awesome salmon soup there! Try it at any means necessary!
A typical frozen harbour as you can find them all over in Finland.
My boat :)
Picturesque island in the frozen ozen in front of Helsinki.
Winter is coming...
Cafe Vanilla is like a time capsule. What decade was this? Nineteen 50s or 60s? Anyway, the atmosphere is awesome and the food and beverages great.
Taking a closer look at the fence, you can see that it's made out of (recycled) cannon barrels.
An icy bridge over the frozen ocean on a cold winters day at Suomenlinna.
My gun 's bigger than yours! Hail to the king baby! Peace of Cake!
An old german submarine from WW2 at Suomenlinna. It can be entered only during the summer months.
A delicious bear steak at the restaurant Savotta.
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