We had quite a bit of time in Helsinki and managed to explore many of the cities attractions as well as some hidden gems. The Hietaniemi Cemetery is definitely on of those gems, and was well worth the visit. There were many of these old iron crosses dotted across the graveyard, and I’m not sure who ‘Albert Ludvig Crashoff’ was, bet lets hope he enjoyed his 42 years.

Image of The Week: Finland - Iron Cross of the Hietaniemi Cemetery

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