Wednesday, 11 July 2012


Eduskuntatalo, or the Parliament house, is the seat of the Parliament of Finland. It is located in the capital of Finland, Helsinki. The construction started in 1926, and after five years the building was finished. The building has five floors, each of which is unique. Ever since it was built, Eduskuntatalo has been the scene of many key moments in the nation's political life. It's nice to have a postcard from such an important place in Finland in my collection.

I forgot to mention, but this card is kind of vintage, because Annina wrote that it was printed in 1950s. I just love black&white cards. Thanks, Annina!

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