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Bongan linna


Location : Loviisa
Current status :
Bonga Castle was completed in 1904 as a private residence. It was originally built in Art Nouveau, but was reconstructed in the architectural styles of Italian Neoclassicism and Functionalism in the beginning of the 1920s. Nowadays, it is used as the studio and art museum gallery of Riitta Nelimarkka. Bonga Castle is located next to the church of Loviisa.


Scandic Hotel Imatran Valtionhotelli


Location : Imatra
Current status :
Imatran Valtionhotelli was built in 1902-1903 in Art Nouveau. Originally, it was called as the Grand Hotel Cascade. It has been used by the army during the wars. It was reconstructed according to the original design in 1985-1987.




Location : Kirkkonummi
Current status :
The history of Majvik dates back to the end of the 19th century. The castle was built on the top of one of the highest hills in Kirkkonummi in Art Nouveau as a private villa. It was probably completed between 1904-1908. It belonged to the Porkkala area which was leased to the USSR from 1944 to 1956, and has been restored after the reversion. The new building in the last photo was completed in 1990. They serve as Majvik Congress Hotel at present. Majvik is located in Masala in Kirkkonummi.




Location : Tampere
Nasilinna Palace was completed in the neo-Baroque style in 1898 as a private residence. It was originally called as Milavida Palace, and was built on the peak of Nasinkallio cliff. The building is surrounded by Nasinpuisto Park, and has been served as a Hame Museum which was founded in 1904 and opened to the public in 1908. It has been the oldest museum in Tampere.


Pyynikin nakotorni


Location : Tampere
Pyynikki observation tower was completed in 1929 to replace an earlier wooden tower which dates from 1888 and was severely damaged during the war in 1918. The new tower was built of red granite in the architectural style of Classicism of the 1920s, and is 26 meters in height. It stands on Pyynikki ridge which is the highest ridge from the glacial period in the world.




Location : Helsinki
Rantahotelli was designed by Lars Sonck in Art Nouveau, and was completed in 1917 as a hotel. Nowadays, it is used as the head office of Wihuri Group. It is located in Kulosaari in Helsinki.
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