Sartenada's photo blog / Blog de foto de Sartenada

November 4, 2011

Suomenlinna / Viapori / Sveaborg

Helsinki photos / fotos.

In English:

Historic maritime fortress of Suomenlinna.

When in Helsinki, Suomenlinna (my translation, Fort of Finland), also known as Viapori or in Swedish Sveaborg, is my favorite place to visit every summer. Suomenlinna is located from the Market Square of Helsinki by the ferry in ten minutes. It consists of eight islands. Its history begins already in 1748. This fortress was built originally against the Russia and nowadays it is one of the largest maritime fortresses in the world. Also Suomenlinna is found on as UNESCO World Heritage site.

Suomenlinna is not only a “museum”, but people are living there. This means that they go to Helsinki daily by ferry to their jobs and return in the evening. This is not all, because also there are workplaces in Suomenlinna.

What to see or experience there? Well, historical museum, toy museum, castle moats, old canons (105), beaches, cafés, restaurants, shops, church, remains of old ramparts, dry-dock, summer theatre, etc. Most of all I like to see are old canons everywhere and underground tunnels. From the high walls glimmering sea is every time worth to see. Also You can find couples to walk hand in hand under linden-trees, You can meet an artist painting some paintings and many of families spending their time on pick nick. Some people like sunbathing and it is possible also on Suomenlinna island. From the walls one can admire glimmering sea with boats and sailing boats.

Also there is the old historical submarine Vesikko. It was built in 1933 in Turku, Finland. The peace treaty of Paris in 1947, denied that Finnish army cannot have submarine!!! I just wonder, what kind of innovations we could have offered to the world, if we were allowed to build submarines, when remembering that we already have built Allure of the Seas – world’s biggest cruise ship.

The straits to the Helsinki harbor are narrow and that is why I am showing a ferry on the way to Stockholm compared against old murals of Suomenlinna. Also the port of Helsinki is very popular target for cruising ships.

So, start the walking tour with me, guiding You among hillocks and swinging paths in these historical surroundings.

En español:

La fortaleza histórica maritima de Suomenlinna.

Cuándo en Helsinki, Suomenlinna (mi traducción, Fortaleza de Finlandia), también conocido como Viapori o en sueco Sveaborg, es mi lugar favorito de visitar cada verano.

Suomenlinna es facíl a visitar de la Plaza del mercado de Helsinki por el transbordador en diez minutos. Consiste en ocho islas. Su historia empieza ya en 1748. Esta fortaleza fue construida originalmente contra la Rusia y actualmente es uno de las más grandes fortalezas marítimas en el mundo. También Suomenlinna es encontrado en la lista de Herencia de Mundo de UNESCO.

Suomenlinna no es sólo un “museo”, pero muchas personas viven allí. Esto significa que ellos van a Helsinki diariamente por la balsa a sus trabajos y regresan en la tarde. Esto no es todo, porque también hay puestos de trabajo en Suomenlinna.

¿Qué ver o experimentar allí? Bien, museo histórico, museo de juquetes, fosos de castillo, cánones viejos (105), playas, cafés, restaurantes, tiendas, la iglesia, murallas viejas, dique seco, teatro del verano, etc. Sobre todo quiero ver son cánones viejos por todas partes y túneles subterráneos. De las murallas altas, la mar que brilla con luz intermitente, cada vez vale para ver. También Usted puede encontrar parejas andando cogidos de la mano bajo tilos, Usted puede encontrar tambièn un artista que pinta algunas pinturas y muchas de familias que pasan su tiempo en la excursión. Algunas personas quieren al broncearse y eso es posible fácilmente en isla de Suomenlinna.

De las murallas se puede admirar como el mar reluce con barcos y veleros.

También hay el viejo submarino histórico Vesikko. Fue construido en 1933 en Turku, Finlandia. El tratado de paz de París en 1947, negó que el ejército finlandés no puede tener submarinos.

Los estrechos al puerto de Helsinki son estrechos y por eso muestro un ferri por el camino a Estocolmo comparó contra murallas viejas de Suomenlinna. También el puerto de Helsinki es un destino muy popular para cruceros.

Comiencen así, la visita caminante conmigo, Le guidando entre montículos y serpeantes senderos en estos alrededores históricos.

En francais:

La forteresse historique maritime de Suomenlinna.

Quand à Helsinki, Suomenlinna (ma traduction, Fort de Finlande), aussi connu comme Viapori ou Sveaborg en suédois, est mon lieu préféré pour visiter chaque été. Suomenlinna est localisé de la Place du Marché de Helsinki par le ferry en dix minutes. Il consiste en huit îles. Son histoire commence déjà en 1748. Cette forteresse a été construite au début contre la Russie et de nos jours c’est une des plus grandes forteresses maritimes dans le monde. Aussi Suomenlinna est trouvé sur l’UNESCO liste de Patrimoine Mondiale.

Suomenlinna n’est pas seulement un “musée”, mais les gens vivent là. Ceci signifie qu’ils vont à Helsinki quotidiennement par le ferry à leurs emplois et retournent dans le soir. Ceci n’est pas tout, parce queil y a aussi des lieux de travail dans Suomenlinna.

Que peut on voir ou éprouver là ? Eh bien, le musée historique, le musée de jouet, des fossés, des vieux canons (105), des plages, des cafés, des restaurants, des magasins, l’église, vestiges de vieux remparts, le sèche-bassin, un théâtre d’été, etc. La plupart de tout c’est que j’aime voir sont de vieux canons partout et tunnels souterraines.

Des hauts murs, le mar brillant, est chaque fois valeur de voir. Aussi Vous pouvez trouver des couples marchant la main dans la main sous des tilleulles, Vous pouvez rencontrer un artiste peindrent quelques tableaux et beaucoup de familles passant leur temps sur pique-nique. Quelques gens aiment des bains de soleil et c’est possible aussi sur l’île de Suomenlinna.

Sur les murs l’un peut admirer la mer miroitant avec des bateaux des et voiliers.

Aussi il y a un vieux sous-marin historique Vesikko. Il a été incorporé 1933 dans Turku, Finlande. Le traité de paix de Paris dans 1947, a nié que l’armée finlandaise ne peut pas avoir de sous-marins.

Les étroits au port de Helsinki sont étroits et cela est pourquoi je montre un ferry en route à Stockholm a comparé contre les vieilles murales de Suomenlinna. Aussi le port de Helsinki est la arrivée très populaire pour faire une croisière de bateaux.

Alors, commencez la randonnée à pied avec moi, Vous dirigeant parmi des monticules et des chemins serpentants dans ces environs historiques.

Sur les murs l’un peut admirer la mer miroitant avec des bateaux des et voiliers.

Aussi il y a un vieux sous-marin historique Vesikko. Il a été incorporé 1933 dans Turku, Finlande. Le traité de paix de Paris dans 1947, a nié que l’armée finlandaise ne peut pas avoir de sous-marins.

Les étroits au port de Helsinki sont étroits et cela est pourquoi je montre un ferry en route à Estonie a comparé contre les vieilles murales de Suomenlinna. Aussi le port de Helsinki est la arrivée très populaire pour faire une croisière de bateaux.

Alors, commencez la randonnée à pied avec moi, Vous dirigeant parmi des monticules et des chemins serpentants dans ces environs historiques.

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33 Comments »

  1. Bonjour Matti,
    un site aux facettes multiples et donc des photos très variées.
    Peu commun aussi de voir des sous-marins sur des berges !
    Merci de nous le faire découvrir.
    Très bon week-end.🙂

    Comment by Marion B. — November 4, 2011 @ 09:02 | Reply

    • Bonjour Marion.

      Merci de faire une pause sur mon blog et de laisser un si gentil commentaire. Suomenlinna est l’un des lieux les plus visités d’Helsinki et vaut vraiment une visite. Nous n’avons pas détruit toutes les sous-marins, mais nous avons voulu conserver la mémoire d’un seul d’entre eux, même si Le traité de paix de Paris dans 1947 nous interdit de les faire.

      Bon-week-end, Marion.

      Comment by sartenada — November 4, 2011 @ 11:40 | Reply

  2. C’est un lieu bien agréable – et pourtant, ayant habitée pratiquement en face ce n’était pas un lieu que je fréquentais quand j’étais plus jeune et que j’habitais encore en Finlande.

    Comment by hpy — November 4, 2011 @ 13:31 | Reply

    • Salut hpy.

      Merci pour le commentaire. Le site est idéal pour les pique-niques et de la répétition de l’histoire!🙂

      Belle journée.

      Comment by sartenada — November 4, 2011 @ 13:52 | Reply

  3. Wow! I love the colours in the stone, they’re fabulous. It all looks so beautiful. I’m going to look into visiting Helsinki next summer if I can find some cheap flights. Great photos🙂

    Comment by Julie Dawn Fox — November 4, 2011 @ 14:05 | Reply

    • Hi Julie.

      So nice to read Your comment. Thank You. You are welcome to Helsinki, but keep it in mind that Helsinki is not “the only one” Finland. That I have proved thru my photos. My series showing photos from Helsinki is continuing to the Christmas. Next week I am off from this forum.

      Happy Friday!

      Comment by sartenada — November 4, 2011 @ 14:29 | Reply

  4. Thanks for taking us along on your visit to Suomenlinna. You’re right — there are many fascinating things to see at this fortress. I think I could spend several days there just exploring. I really like the old fortress, but that submarine was fascinating as well. It’s a very beautiful place.

    Comment by seniorhiker — November 4, 2011 @ 17:05 | Reply

    • Hello George.

      Oh, thank You for Your kind comment. You are right, because one can pass there more than one day. Even the museum inside on this island is worth for visiting.

      Happy Friday!

      Comment by sartenada — November 4, 2011 @ 17:15 | Reply

  5. Thanks for the photo tour, I especially love the stone archway pictures. Brought back happy memories of a sunny, warm day last May – a ferry ride in the Helsinki archipelago – pink granite shimmering in the sunshine.🙂

    Comment by Elin — November 4, 2011 @ 17:12 | Reply

    • Hi Elin.

      Thank You for Your comment. Suomenlinna is unique in its own way. It was so nice to read that You have made a ferry ride in the Helsinki archipelago. Well, before Christmas You’ll make another tour with me thru my photos in two posts of mine.

      Happy week-end!

      Comment by sartenada — November 4, 2011 @ 17:19 | Reply

  6. Thank you for my Friday vacation through your eyes and your camera! Janet

    Comment by harpingjanet — November 5, 2011 @ 04:15 | Reply

    • Hi Janet.

      I am very happy when reading Your comment. Friday vacation – so nicely said.

      Happy week-end!

      Comment by sartenada — November 5, 2011 @ 09:34 | Reply

  7. I really enjoyed your photos of that beautiful place: it is always so interesting to see photos of your country! The rock work at the fort is amazing: I can only imagine what it must have been like to build all of that. Those are huge canons too; they must have sounded like thunder when they fired! There is so much history there and you capture it very well!

    Comment by montucky — November 5, 2011 @ 06:05 | Reply

    • Hi Montucky.

      Thank You. Yes, we have plenty of history. Our history is also of history of Sweden and Russia. With that I mean that our own history starts from December 6th, 1917 (Independence day). We were under the administrative power of Sweden since (about) 1248 to 1809. That means why we have so much Swedish influence. One nice example is that in Thirty Years’ War (1618 to 1648), we have been in battle in Europe in the service of King Gustavus Adolphus. In history Finns who fought in Europe were called Hakkapeliitta.

      Between 1809 – 1917, we were under Russian administrative power. That time in our history is called “Grand Duchy of Finland”. All the time we have had our own language. First book in Finnish was published in 1543 and it was called “ABC book” (my free translation) by Mikael Agricola.

      Both of those times have given to us many splendid things, we have learned much from both of them etc.

      Suomenlinna was conquered by Russians on May 3rd, 1808.

      Happy week-end.

      Comment by sartenada — November 5, 2011 @ 09:59 | Reply

      • Thank you for the insight into your history! I found it very interesting!

        Comment by montucky — November 6, 2011 @ 19:17 | Reply

  8. Wonderful photos!! I love the stone work at the fort, and the canons. The old submarine is very impressive as well.
    Thank you for bringing us along on the walking tour!
    Have a great weekend!

    Comment by alskamom — November 5, 2011 @ 18:27 | Reply

    • Hello Alskamom.

      I remember very well when my son was small and he was sitting in strollers, then he burst into tears when he looked inside to one of these canons. Indeed, it’s scary, I agree it myself even after years.

      Happy week-end to You too.

      Comment by sartenada — November 6, 2011 @ 10:00 | Reply

  9. Merci pour la balade, Sartenada! Le vieux fort nous rappelle les guerres d’autrefois, tous ces canons nous indiquent que ce territoire était jalousement protégé. Dieu merci c’est fini! Le bateau de croisière est impressionnant de beauté. Tout un contraste avec les canons antiques. MErci du partage, j’ai bien aimé ma visite.🙂

    Comment by annejutras — November 5, 2011 @ 23:52 | Reply

    • Bonjour Anne.

      Merci de m’avoir fait un commentaire. La guerre n’est jamais une belle chose. Soyons heureux que ces jours sont désormais de l’histoire. Nous devrions apprendre de notre histoire et nous devrions être heureux quand profitant du temps de paix.

      Bon week-end!

      Comment by sartenada — November 6, 2011 @ 10:05 | Reply

  10. What an interesting location… So much photographic opportunities ! You made a very beautiful “reportage” here… Thanks for sharing.
    Have a lovely weekend Matti🙂

    Comment by Tamara — November 6, 2011 @ 12:11 | Reply

    • Hello Tamara.

      Thank You. I did not myself realize that there were really so much photographing possibilities. I am so glad that You liked my “Helsinki report”.

      Happy Sunday!

      Comment by sartenada — November 6, 2011 @ 12:50 | Reply

  11. That’s a very beautiful fort!
    Much beautiful than the fort in my hometown.
    Yes, we also have a fort in Kota Tinggi.
    Kota Tinggi used to be the ancient state capital of Johore.
    So it has a long history.
    But all the canons from the fort have been removed and stored at our National Museum in Kuala Lumpur.

    Oh, we don’t produce round stones locally in Malaysia.
    So those stone that you saw were imported from elsewhere, probably from China.😉

    Oh, you like the spider lilies? They are so common in Malaysia, you can find them everywhere.
    Maybe you also have them at your botanic gardens in Finland.

    Comment by London Caller — November 6, 2011 @ 13:33 | Reply

    • Hi London Caller.

      Thank You for Your visit and comment. I have not visited for years in our botanic gardens. There are two in Helsinki. Round stones we have here plenty of them. In one of my post I presented them. It was called “My environment”. It is easy to find among Categories.

      BTW, I replied to You in Your previous comment in my previous post. Check it, please.

      My next post will be on November 15th, 2011.

      Happy Sunday!

      Comment by sartenada — November 6, 2011 @ 13:58 | Reply

  12. I enjoyed this walk around Suomenlinna in the lovely summer weather, it must really be a great and lovely place.

    Comment by truels — November 7, 2011 @ 01:08 | Reply

    • Hi Truels.

      Thank You for Your comment. Sorry, that my answer comes so late. We returned late in the evening (nearly midnight) from Nile cruise and travelled all the day in busses and in airplane.

      Happy Tuesday!

      Comment by sartenada — November 15, 2011 @ 09:43 | Reply

  13. Beautiful place and great shots…I love the lighthouse

    Comment by Hellopalz — November 7, 2011 @ 04:00 | Reply

    • Hello Hellopaz.

      I am very glad that You liked my post and found something interesting to You.

      Have a lovely day!

      Comment by sartenada — November 15, 2011 @ 09:45 | Reply

  14. It was interesting to walk with your excellent photos in Suomenlinna and see those places again.
    Good Father`s Day Sunday to you🙂

    Comment by Leena — November 13, 2011 @ 11:40 | Reply

    • Hi Leena.

      Nice surprise. Thank You for Your comment. Today I am a little bit tired after travelling yesterday all the day.

      Have a nice day!

      Comment by sartenada — November 15, 2011 @ 09:47 | Reply

  15. Matti, the seventh photo is an absolutely gorgeous scene. One that could easily become a jigsaw puzzle.

    The ninth photo is full of endless possibilities as the angle from which you took the photo shows continuity. And who knows what awaits? Much as in the past when originally in use, no doubt.

    Beautiful scenes!

    Thanks, Matti.

    Comment by Deli Lanoux, Ed.D. — November 26, 2011 @ 20:18 | Reply

    • Hello Deli.

      It is “funny” how we see my photos. When You mentioned the seventh photo, I remember that I took a long consideration to publish it or not. Now I am glad after reading Your comment that I selected it here. There are during summer many organized walking tours on the island, but I never participated in the. Maybe some times… Next week You’ll see how Suomenlinna is looking like seen from sea.

      Thank You.

      Comment by sartenada — November 27, 2011 @ 10:29 | Reply

  16. Very awesome pictures with good colors. Cool to see things in Finland coming from an American perspective!

    Comment by palmettostateblog — June 15, 2012 @ 19:56 | Reply

    • Hi Palmettostateblog.

      Thank You for Your visit and leaving Your comment. I am very glad that You did find this post of mine presenting Helsinki.

      Happy week-end!

      Comment by Sartenada — June 16, 2012 @ 13:38 | Reply


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