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This is not a central attraction, but worth the effort to hike up there - or take bus. The park is in a pleasant waterside location - and you feel you are really outside the city. The Sibelius monument is a very distinctive memorial to...More
The crowd-drawing feature of the park is the Sibelius Monument which honours the Finnish composer, Jean Sibelius (1865-1957). The monuments main structure is comprised of over 600 hollow steel pipes welded together, representing an organ pipe music wave pattern. The sculpture of the face of...More
Anyone with an interest in Finnish history and music will appreciate Jean Sibelius' many contributions and gifts to the world. While this memorial is beautifully done and highly visited by tour groups it is a must see in Helsinki.
Famous double sculpture celebrating Finlands most known composer. The strange thing is that it is in a middle of a park, and that's it. Some not too tasteful souvenir kiosks selling stuff not related to Sibelius. Go there if you are interested in classical music...More
Jean Sibelius is Finland's renown classical composer and this park and monument is dedicated to him. The park is very pretty and located by the coast so you have some sea views as well. Lots of people going by on bicycles on their way to...More