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Sculpture “Satu ja Totuus”

Submitted by Serg A Nik on Thu, 07/26/2012 - 13:48

Sculpture “Satu ja Totuus” is located in Helsinki, in the Esplanade Park, close to the Swedish theater. Name of sculpture can be translated as “Fairy Tale and the Truth”. The sculpture is a monument to the writer Zacharias Topelius. Sculpture depicts two naked female characters, namely “Fairytale” with “fairy-tale bird” in his hand, and the “Truth” with “Flame of truth”. Author of sculpture is Gunnar Finne. The sculpture was installed in 1932.
Photo was taken during a tourist trip to Helsinki.

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