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Travel to Helsinki by Stig Albeck

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Travel to Helsinki
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788770612685
Number of pages: 29

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Discover Finland's capital Helsinki, located on the shore of the Gulf of Finland. In this fast growing city you will find beautiful architecture and many interesting sites. Just outside the city you can enjoy the magnificent scenery. In this free travel guide you will find two day tours and some suggestions for how to spend your time outside of Helsinki. This guide as well contains several maps and a historical outline.

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