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Esbo Travel guide
Esbo : Michelin's recommendations
Lying a little to the west of Helsinki, Espoo has since 1972 been Finland’s second city. It is an agglomeration of several previously separate settlements, each with their own essential services (retail, banking, schooling, medical); 86% of its buildings have gone up since the 1960s. Visitors should not miss the attractive wall paintings in the Espon Keskus church.
Tourist attractions Esbo : Things to see and do
FIN - Espoo
Most of Otaniemi is made up of the red-brick buildings of the Helsinki Institute of Technology, the work of Alvar Aalto around 1955. The curving main building stands at the centre of the campus. The low building in front of it houses the library; tak..
Gallen-Kallelantie 27 FIN - Espoo
The residence and studio of the leading Finnish artist of the National Romanticist period, Akseli Gallen-Kallela (1865-1931), this castle-like building was designed down to its finest details by the artist himself and constructed in 1913. The perma..