Jugendstil Helsinki

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Helsinki Jugendstil is dedicated to showcasing all of the rich artistry and designs of the wonderful Art Nouveau Jugendstil period in Helsinki’s history .

A fairy-tale walk through fascinating streets.

There are around 500 buildings in the Art Nouveau Jugendstil style across the city of Helsinki. Each district has its own unique collection and each is well worth exploring. These districts are Kallio, Kruununhaka, Katajanokka, Töölö, Kamppi, Punavuori, Eira, Kluuvi, Kaartinkaupunkki, Siltasaari and Ullanlinna. Click for each of these areas separately.

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Jugendstil buildings:
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Luotsikatu 10
(1904)

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Laivastokatu 8-10 & Katajanokank. 7
(1911)

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Pursimiehenkatu 17
(1912)

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Hämeentie 1
(1907)

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Punavuorenkatu 18
(1910)

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Telakkakatu 1
(1906)

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Töölönkatu 1
(1914)

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Museokatu 19
(1915)

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Töölönkatu 47
(1911)

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Topeliuksenkatu 13
(1911)

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Ruusulankatu 17
(1912)

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Mannerheimintie 56
(1913)

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Rauhankatu 1
(1900)

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Säästöpankinranta 4
(1908)

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Ruusulankatu 16
(1913)

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Snellmaninkatu 16
(1910)

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Viides Linja 11
(1912)

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Bulevardi 11
(1903)

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Kulmavuorenkatu 6
(1910)

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Aleksanterinkatu 44
(1901)

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Korkeavuorenkatu 23
(1895)

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Agricolankatu 11
(1912)

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Satamakatu 7
(1898)

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Viides Linja 18
(1907)

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Huvilankatu
(1906-1910)

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Säästöpankinranta 8
(1909)

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Liisankatu 16
(1904)

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