Helsinki’s Senate Square (Senaatintori) are part of the oldest part of the city of Helsinki. Surrounding this large plaza are the Helsinki Cathedral, the Government Palace, the University of Helsinki and the Sederholm House which is the oldest building in the city center. You’ll also find the Statue of Alexander II here, who re-established the Diet of Finland and worked towards Finland’s independence from Russia.
Senaatintori is where the big things happen, including concerts and exhibits.
There is plenty to see here and nearby.
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