Do you know that Finland has about 80 museums? This is one of the reasons that there is always a large influx of tourists, because a place where you can see a lot of new things will always attract people. All museums in Finland are beautiful and interesting in their own way, everyone will find something that will captivate him. But among such a variety, the proud name of the national gallery is rightfully the Ateneum Museum, which holds the largest collection of classical works of art in Finland.
«Atheneum»Located near the railway station in Helsinki in an old building dating back to 1887, which is an architectural landmark. However, the most interesting is waiting for visitors inside. The ground floor is dedicated to traveling exhibitions. Depending on their subject, here you can see paintings, photographs and even films created by our contemporaries. The second floor is the monastery of creations of Finnish masters of painting and sculpture of various periods. The collection has more than 150 masterpieces by 46 authors. The exposition occupying the third floor of the Atheneum Museum is a storehouse of world painting. Here are paintings by Vincent van Gogh and Chagall, Repin and Cezanne, Shishkin and Degas, Levitan and Goya.
If Finland is included in your tourist itinerary, be sure to visit Helsinki Athenaeum Museum. He will give you a lot of vivid impressions from touching the beautiful world of art.