The House of the Estates, Snellmaninkatu 9-11, Helsinki
Taken into use in January 1891, the House of the Estates was built for the three common estates as a venue for meetings during the Assembly of the Representatives of the Estates. The design of Greek temple facades, complete with columns, adorns the facade of the House. This dignified Neo-Renaissance building serves as a venue for meetings and official functions held by the Prime Minister’s Office and other offices of the central government and as well by Learned Societies.
Art: Fountain at the House of the Estates by Gustaf Nyström (1856 - 1917)
small map: Snellmaninkatu 9-11 on http://kartta.hel.fi/ ...
large map / overview: www.taidemuseo.hel.fi/english/veisto/kartta.html?id=243 (see small red dot on the top right side for Snellmaninkatu 9-11)
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