Katajanokka and Senaatintori
Katajanokka is separated from the mainland by a canal and begins just east of Kauppatori. A charming residential quarter as well as a cargo- and passenger-ship port, this area also has one of the city's main landmarks, the dazzling Orthodox Uspenskin Katedraali, one of the biggest cathedrals in Europe. Not far from Katajanokka is the elegant Lutheran Cathedral that dominates Senaatintori. The Ateneumin Taidemuseo is also nearby.
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Shown atop a horse, the Marshal Carl Gustaf Mannerheimgazes down Mannerheimintie, the major thoroughfare named in his honor.Learn More >
Although the stock trading is now done electronically, the beautiful interior of the Stock Exchange, with its bullet-shape chandeliers, is…Learn More >
On the north flank of Katajanokka, near the end of Katajanokan Pohjoisranta, you'll see the Katajanokan Casino. Completed in 1913,…Learn More >