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The Finlandia Hall is a congress and event venue in the centre of Helsinki on the Töölönlahti Bay, owned by the City of Helsinki. The building, which was designed by architect Alvar Aalto, was completed in 1971. Every detail in the building is designed by Aalto. The designs were completed in 1962, with building taking place between 1967–1971. The Congress Wing was designed in 1970 and built in 1973–1975. In 2011, the building was expanded with new exhibition and meeting facilities. Finlandia Hall is known as the venue for the OSCE Summit (Conference on Security and Co-operation in Europe) held in August 1975, attended by 35 world leaders, including the leader of the Soviet Union, Leonid Brezhnev, and the President of the United States, Gerald Ford.
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Nice structure and 900 meters by walking from Helsinki train station. Very good for everyone and good conferences and lot more.
Best acoustics in town. Fantastic architecture both inside and outside. A must see if you visit Helsinki
Finlandia Hall is a conference and concert venue, top class in Finland. Top class concerts have traditionally been organised here. And also many sorts of big public and especially corporate events take place all the time. There are cafeterias in the place open on weekdays and two hours before big concerts. Located by Mannerheimintie and Töölönlahti, connections to and from the venue are excellent. Several tram and bus lines pass by the place. Also the main railway station is only about one kilometer away.
An iconic building designed by star architect Alvar Aalto, sitting pretty beside Töölö lake. A must visit for all architecture aficionados.
The place is definitely could be good palce if you come here on summer time.
I was invited by the EU to inventions and innovations. I have attended conferences and trade shows for various industries ranging from being researcher for SMMT and tier 1 oem to military technical fairs print industry. software. manufacturing and anti counterfieting roles from simple attendee to exhibitor even key note speaker and press, all over the world spanning 36 countries and this Hall was different distinctively different. fit for purpose in every way but quirky Suomi. The staff eager friendly helpful Hall immaculately kept. and the conference whilst small was the second most international event I've attended being pipped by Automecanika Messe Frankfurt. but that you cannot walk the whole show in 10 days. this Was nothing like that compact displays from the buggest company to national desks hosted. by Canada korea south Africa Chile and so on everyone on equal footing. This was a chance for innovative minds to discuss colaboración. This was by far and a way the best event I've ever attended. I left the corporate world behind to invent new technologies, things to benefit our world and our species. I met people keen to the future of a world without poverty pollution and pessimism. This was a place of Sharp minds optimism creative problem. solving a new brighter decentralised boarder less world. Lets face it boarders are there for deciding resources establishing laws. a world with no poverty needs no dividing lines. A decentralised world needs no dispute over regulations. The only law is common law the distinction between right and wrong we already laid out in Geneva and the Hague. think new think freedom think personal social responsibility.
Architecturally it is a very interesting building, especially since it's one of Alvar Aalto's main works. It is surprisingly small for a main concert hall though.