Helsinki: Finlandia-talo

Country: Finland (Suomi)
City: Helsinki
Location: Mannerheimintie 13e

"Finlandia Hall". Concert halls built 1967-1972 by Alvar Aalto. 1973-1975 addition of a congress wing by Alvar Aalto. The complex includes several halls, 23 conference rooms, a rehearsal hall, a 400-seat restaurant, and a café.

Finlandia Hall: Used for symphonic and pop concerts, congresses, and galas. Home to the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra and the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra. 1700 seats.

Helsinki Hall: Used for recitals and chamber concerts, small conferences, exhibitions, and corporate events. 340 seats.

Congress Halls A/B: Two halls that can be combined to form one big hall. Used for congresses. Up to 900 seats.

Terrace Hall: Used for meetings, exhibitions and presentations. 300 seats.


[Helsinki: Finlandia-talo] Front Text: "Helsinki - Finlandia Hall"
Reverse Text: "Helsinki, Suomi - Finland, Finlandia Hall (built 1967-1975), Architect Alvar Aalto (1898-1976)"
Publisher: Pentti Harala Ky, Espoo; 140
Size: Modern
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