Punavuori Jugendstil Buildings

Punavuori (“red granite mountain”) was originally home to the city’s workers, seamen, artists, etc. The low-rises houses were razed beginning in 1900 and today around 25% are Jugendstil buildings.

A cultural zone with grand Jugendstil corner buildings.

Jugendstil buildings in Punavuori

Fredrikinkatu 22 - Uudenmaankatu 32

Fredrikinkatu 22 & Uudenmaankatu 32
(1904)

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Fredrikinkatu 20 & Iso Roobertinkatu 29-31
(1903)

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Merimiehenkatu 10

Merimiehenkatu 10
(1910)

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Uudenmaankatu 42 & Albertinkatu 19

Uudenmaankatu 42 & Albertinkatu 19
(1907)

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Otava Uudenmaankatu 10 & 12

Uudenmaankatu 10
(1906)

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Perämiehenkatu 13

Perämiehenk. 13
(1904)

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Pursimiehenkatu 17
(1912)

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Punavuorenkatu 18
(1910)

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