and Estonia


The South Harbor is one of Helsinki's earlier harbors and with its proximity to the Eastern Orthodox Uspenski Cathedral, Market Square, and the Lutheran Helsinki Cathedral on Senate Square nearby is a popular tourist destination with large ferryboats docking in its harbor.

This little island, complete with a small building, is located along the path the ferryboats travel from the docks near Market Square and the fortress of Suomenlinna.


The Silja Line operates ferries from all the countries along the Baltic Sea from Russia in the east to Germany in the west.


The Uspenski Cathedral was built on a hillside on the Katajanokka Peninsula in 1868 overlooking the city of Helsinki and this photograph was taken as strolled about the south harbor.


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Uspenski Cathedral
Market Square
Helsinki Cathedral
The National Museum
Open-Air Museum
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Porvoo, Finland
More of Porvoo
Still more of Porvoo
Tallinn, Estonia
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