Thursday Doors

For this week’s Thursday Doors, I am going to feature just one door.

The building we are looking at is the Natural History Museum in Helsinki. It was built in 1913 to be a Russian boys’ school. After Finnish independence in 1917, it was used for army purposes and as a cadet school. In 1923 the University of Helsinki acquired the building and it became the Zoological Museum. Since 1996 it has served as the Natural History Museum.


What I love about this building is the two giraffes looking down from the balcony and the huge elk sculpture in front.


And now, the doors, don’t they seem to say: Welcome!


Have you visited this building in Helsinki? For an interesting story about the spiders there, read this article.

Do take part in Thursday Doors with your own post – check out how to join on Norm’s blog!


21 thoughts on “Thursday Doors

  1. Vierailtu on ja paikka on tosi kiva. Siellä vierähtää helposti tunti jos toinenkin. Ihanaa joulua sinulle ja läheisillesi. Nautitaan tästä ihanasta ajasta yhdessä läheisten kanssa <3.

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