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UBU, è una splendida idea quella di dedicare a Paul un'intera settimana di foto!
Caro Paul, ti aspettiamo in molti. e nel frattempo questa foto ariosa e blu e positiva è per te
Weeping that I didn't have my Canon on me. I think the iPhone did an alright job though
...is the Finnish Evangelical Lutheran cathedral of the Diocese of Helsinki, located in the neighborhood of Kruununhaka in the centre of Helsinki, Finland.
The church was originally built from 1830-1852 as a tribute to the Grand Duke of Finland, Tsar Nicholas I of Russia.
It was also known as St Nicholas' Church until the independence of Finland in 1917
It is a major landmark of the city.
A walk along the southern coastline as dawn breaks in Helsinki, Finland
The Helsinki Cathedral (Finnish Helsingin tuomiokirkko or Suurkirkko, Swedish Helsingfors domkyrka) is an evangelical church in the Finnish capital Helsinki and the cathedral of the Lutheran diocese of Helsinki. The church designed by Carl Ludwig Engel is located on Senate Square in the immediate center of Helsinki and is the most famous landmark of the city. It is visited by 350,000 people annually.
The cathedral belongs to Helsinki's classicist center, built between 1820 and 1850. Carl Ludwig Engel already provided the first plans for the cathedral in 1819. Construction started in 1830 and was completed in 1852. At first she was in honor of the Russian Tsar Nicholas I after his patron saint, St. Nicholas, named.
After Finland became independent in 1917, the name was changed to Suurkirkko ("large church"). After the Helsinki Diocese was founded in 1959, the church became Helsinki Cathedral.
is the Finnish Evangelical Lutheran cathedral of the Diocese of Helsinki,
This magnificent monument simulates over 600 steel pipes in honour of Jean Sibelius, who was a composer and violinist. The highest pipe reaches over 27 feet in the air!!
Helsinki and Oceania for Unicon
Both available in 7 colors matching Pink Cream Pie Unicorn color palette.
Helsinki also has the option for color change socks and bows in 7 colors.
Requires Slink, Belleza or Maitreya
Unicon: April 9 - April 19
Happy National Unicorn Day!
The entrance to the Helsinki Central Station (Helsinki Rautatieasema) is flanked by two pairs of massive granite statues called “Stone Men”. The spherical lanterns they hold in hands are lit at night. The Stone Men are the work of a Finnish sculptor named Emil Wikström.