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The most famous monument of the Marshal. The classic equestrian statue is made in a calm tone, retains the general and portrait likeness. It served as a prototype for several monuments erected in other cities of the country. Well located on the bend of the...More
This bronze statue is located across the street from the Kiasma Museum in downtown not to far from the Central Railway Station. Also located to one of the main shopping streets and Stockman’s Department Store. It sits on the square in the middle of the...More
Is a bronze equestrian statue of Marshal of Finland Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim, erected in 1980, stands 6.4 m tall, is raised on a granite podium. Mannerheim was a symbolic figure in Finland since the Finnish Civil War 1918 and his stature and position grew...More
This statue/monument of Mannerheim who was a officer in top position and later also the country's president. Showing him on his horse ready for going into a match. There are a museum also who are all about Mannerheim Close to the Olympia Harbor but that...More
Marshal of Finland Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim (1867-1951) is a very important person in Finnish history. He was a Finnish military leader and the 6th President of Finland.
A bronze equestrian statue was made for him and unveiled in 1960. The statue is made by...More
This site is located to the west off the Central Railway Station and Ateneum Art Museum. The statue of Marshal of Finland, Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerhein, is set on the Mannerheim Street or Mannerheim Square, in the front of Kiasma Museum. The equestrian statue of...More
This is a nice enough statue of Mannerheim on a horse. The history is probably of more interest than the statue though, so it's worth consulting Wikipedia. Worth a quick look if you're already in the area.
General Mannerheim led the groups in our wars against the Soviet Union in 1930's and 1940's. We were able to keep our independence. The statue is in a very central place near to railway station, House of Parliament, the Opera and shopping area.