"Kansallisteatteri - Finnish National Theatre" Kansalliskirjasto (The National Library of Finland) Tip by SandiMandi

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by SandiMandi

If you're interested in culture you should go and see a play at the Finnish National Theatre, founded in 1872. There are four stages, and there's always plenty of plays to choose from. Obviously they're all in Finnish, so of course it helps if you understand the language. :)

But even if you're not into theatre you should at least go and see the building itself as it's quite beautiful I think. There's also a statue of our national author, Aleksis Kivi, in front of the theatre.

Address: Läntinen Teatterikuja 1, 00100 Helsinki
Directions: Behind the railway station
Phone: +358 29 4123196
Website: http://www.kansallisteatteri.fi/www/fi/briefly_in_english/index.php

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  • Written Jul 19, 2008
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