I don't think I've ever seen a Picasso anything quite like this
Dual language street signs on a small format, Im sure tourists love dealing with this.
Goodbye to Helsinki.
I guess they weren't as rich as the Russians, the don't appear to be able to gilt the onions.
For a Sunday the church seemed rather deserted.
Other than to celebrate a birthday I have no idea what this was supposed to be
Must every place we visit be so crowded?
Underside of Sibelius monument
Entrance to the Rock Church. I'm not entirely sure what I was expecting but left underwhelmed.
Let there be light
People, people everywhere
More people, I think this or the Vasa were the most crowded venues outside of Russia
At least the rocks themselves had some character
I guess here they don't care how their visitors are dressed
Wall and part of the organ
Walls, people, walls of people
The ceiling, made of copper wire. If you wire it, would you make a really big magnet?
close up of the ceiling
One person was wandering around any unlit candles like an unlit candle was a personal affront to them
The pews in the second level
One of the rocks with personality
more of the organ
Viewing other tourists viewing the church
I wonder if that has ever been knocked over
Not quite as interesting as the wire in the ceiling
A view from the 2nd lvl looking down into the church and out through the slats
A view out through the slats
Do they just hot swap signs or did they need 2 crews - 1 to take away the old sign and 1 to put in the new sign?
Say that half a dozen times fast
I still don't understand what Europeans have against street signs that are easily read while driving.
Nice view of the harbor from an island in the harbor
It looked like this end of the harbor had more going on
This was the mini market they had. The people that were going to go through it must've gone straight through it as they returned only minutes after the people who had skipped it and gone back to the ship
This church must have more money, it can guild its onions
Workers waiting for the gangway to stow itself