On our final day in Helsinki we visited the Amos Andersson Art Museum. Mr Andersson was a wealthy businessman living in Helsinki during the first half of the 20th century. The museum contains mainly art from the early 20th century plus residential furniture from the same era. There is a small chapel on the top floor with some paintings as well as a beautiful organ. Photography is not allowed anywhere in the museum. Closed Tuesdays.
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