18 oktober 2014

From the archives #37

Helsinki, Finland (2006)
The Finnish National Theatre was founded in 1872 and it is the oldest Finnish-language professional theatre in Finland. The building on the photo hosts the National Theatre and was completed in 1902, It was designed by Onni Tarjanne in the National Romantic style, inspired by romantic nationalism. The statue in front is the Finnish national romantic writer Aleksis Kivi. The theatre is located on the northern side of the Helsinki Central Railway Station Square.
We haven't been inside, but I would love to have a further look there!

5 opmerkingen:

  1. Lijkt me ook niet makkelijk. Een voorstelling in het Fins.

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  2. I'm sure there's something equally interesting inside.

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  3. The architectural style does appeal to me.

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  4. You surprised me. First, I looked quickly and thought that a similar construction as we have, and then I suddenly discovered that it really is our theater.
    You photographed it beautifully, thanks.

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