Helsinki (founded 1550) is located on the shores of the Gulf of Bothnia, and therefore, despite its portstatus, is famous for fresh air and beautiful scenery, coupled with an interesting "northern" architecture

Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma

 
Valued for their daring steel mold and blamed for the excessive closeness of the monument toMannerheim, this futuristic museum boasts a collection of Finnish and contemporary art from the 60sof last century to the present day. Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma - Museum of Finland is the youngest, it was opened in 1998. The name of the museum comes from the word "chiasm" andshows a special ability to combine the art of Finland and high technology.

 

Museum Seurasaari

 
On the island of Seurasaari whose length is approximately 3 km, is a museum under the open sky. It was founded in 1909 in order to preserve the rural Finnish architecture. The old farm houses andbarns were collected on the island from all over Finland. Many of them are made of roughly hewnbeams and date from the 17th century. Collected here are also building national revival movement in the late 19th century Finland. All exhibits are equipped with signs and signposts along the tracks. Do not miss the boat and pointed church church. The island is connected to the mainland Seurasaaripedestrian bridge, here you can walk in any time of year. Take a visit this island not less than threehours to fully enjoy its architecture, ocean views and tranquil atmosphere of past ages measured.