Swedish Theater

Located in the heart of the city, along the Esplanadi street, is the first stage that Finland ever had. The Swedish theater was inaugurated in 1827 as a small wooden building. Through the years as interest in theater and film making grew in the Finnish, this small house had to expand and it became a beautifully constructed building in 1866 that could house hundreds of people.

Location: Esplanadi 2, 00130
 

                  

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