The park is very beautiful by the sea. Sibelius Park was built in memory of the great composer Sibelius. The most unforgettable thing in the park is the monument shaped like a dense forest, which symbolizes the endless creative inspiration of Sibelius from the forest. The monument consists of 600 steel tubes, designed by the famous female sculptor Ella Hiltonin. In summer, many Finnish citizens jogging here can be seen in Sibelius. Seagulls play freely on the seaside rocks of the park. Yachts and sailboats are moored in the harbor. Restaurants and cafes are available in the park. You can sip at the same time.
Helsinki is a relatively remote scenic spot, the surrounding looks very desolate. The park is a few scattered green areas, highlighted by two statues. The most conspicuous one resembles a giant pipe organ, and the other is Sibelius'own head. The park is adjacent to the Gulf of Finland, strolling to the harbor at sunset, and enjoying a beautiful scenery composed of ships, sunset, Bay and crushed ice. It is still memorable today. Winter cold sea breeze drives people into this very eye-catching red coffee shop in a long line, feeling the strong fragrance and warm and warm atmosphere emanating from the narrow space, sitting for a moment, we leave with great satisfaction. If only go to the park, I feel a little disappointed.
The pipe organ monument is composed of high and low steel pipes, which not only commemorates the great Finnish musician Sibelius, but also demonstrates the influence of music on the Finnish people. Especially in the cold winter, it is like breaking free from the shackles of snow, merging into clouds and water one by one, rushing to the sky for greater freedom.
Sibelius Park is located in the northwest of Helsinki, capital of Finland. It is about 1.5 kilometers northwest of Denberio Church. It was built in 1945 to commemorate the 80th birthday of Jean Sibelius, the father of Finnish music. Flowers in the park are blooming with green grass, and pigeons fly freely in groups, which is a good place for citizens to rest. Kindergarten children listen to the teacher to introduce Finnish music father "Sibes" to create many beautiful music before they go to Sibelius Park sculpture. The two statues in Sibelius Park are the biggest highlights in the park. The Sibelius Sculpture Monument is composed of 600 hollow steel tubes, arranged in a wavy arrangement, about 6.5 meters high. It resembles a giant pipe organ. When the wind blows today, this "pipe organ" will make a beautiful and mysterious sound, corresponding to the surrounding flowers and trees. This abstract sculpture was designed by the famous Finnish sculptor Ella Hiltonin to express the essence of Sibelius symphony. The pipe organ sculpture has also become a landmark building in Helsinki.
Situated in the northwest of Helsinki, Sibelius Park was built in 1945 to commemorate the 80-year-old birth of Jean_Sibelius, the father of Finnish music. The park is like our street park. There are bronze statues of Sibelius and a group of bronze statues of pipe organs made of 600 hollow steel pipes. It is said that "whenever there is wind, these hollow pipes will emit musical sounds, which can be called magical production. Music lovers from all over the world will come here to commemorate this great musician. The annual famous Sibelius Music Festival is held in Sibelius Park every August.
Sibelius Park is built to commemorate the great Finnish musician Sibelius. Flowers are in full bloom in the park. There are grasslands and forests, garden lakes, and beautiful scenery. The Sibelius Monument is a surreal image of a combination of iron pipes, full of strong modern flavor.
Small Finland, the most outstanding celebrity is probably not musician Sibelius. Unless you count Santa Claus in, Narcissus is certainly no match for Santa Claus. There are no fenced parks and no big signs. If you don't say so, it's really like an ordinary park that passes by and misses it. But during the day, tourist buses are packed with tourists carrying buses, which are quite different from other empty ghost parks in Finland.
Helsinki, the capital of Finland, is known as the "Pearl of the Baltic Sea" with beautiful natural scenery. The old city has Nordic art neighborhoods. It combines the Russian landmark architectural style. It visits the largest Orthodox Church in Nordic Europe, the Uspernsky Cathedral, the modern church with novel appearance, the Rock Mountain Cathedral, and the park which introduces the life of Finnish musician Sibelius. Praised
Forests cover two-thirds of Finland and are a country of lakes and forests. It is surrounded by the Baltic Sea, known as the White Capital of Nordic Europe. Sibelius Park is built to commemorate Sibelius, the father of Finnish music, in the northwest of Helsinki city centre. Its surroundings are green, and it is a good place for citizens to rest, adjacent to the Baltic Sea. Next to it is a kindergarten, where the aunt takes her children to play games and swings. The landmark building is a huge pipe organ composed of 600 hollow steel tubes.