Possibly the best-preserved pre-WWII international airport in the world, Helsinki-Malmi Airport in Finland has been selected twice (2003 and 2005) to the global List of 100 Most Endangered Sites by the World Monuments Fund. The Airport as a whole is also catalogued in the list of built cultural environments of national significance and in the Finnish selection of the international DoCoMoMo work...
The Presidential Palace in Helsinki (in Finnish Presidentinlinna; in Swedish Presidentens slott), is one of the official residences in Helsinki of the President of the Republic of Finland. It is situated on the north side of Esplanadi, overlooking Market Square.
The Railway Station is an important symbol of Helsinki, as well as an internationally renowned pearl of architecture. The building dates from 1914, and represents late Finnish Art Nouveau. It is the main work of famous architect Eliel Saarinen.
STX Europe (formerly Aker Yards Oy)is an international shipbuilding group which aims to be the leading builder of cruise and offshore vessels. STX Finland Cruise Oy has three yards in Finland, situated in the cities of Turku, Helsinki and Rauma.
The Stadium Building is 243 m long and up to 159m wide. The tower is 72m high. The Stadium covers 4.9 hectares. The most important events in the life of the Helsinki Olympic Stadium were the XVth Olympic Games, 19. July-3. August, 1952.
The Helsinki Fair Centre is the largest fair and conference venue in Finland. It attracts yearly over a million visitors to trade fairs, conferences, banquets, concerts, training sessions, meetings and other events.
Silja Serenade and Silja Symphony, the elegant flagships of the Silja Line fleet, are ready to take you on an overnight adventure -Helsinki(Finland) to Stockholm(Sweden) or back. Savour the international flavour of the 142 metres long glass roofed Promenade lined with shops, cafes, and restaurants where people from the entire world meet.