Tuulet ja suunnat

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By Hinkkanen @ 2005-07-04 13:20:44
I once lived in Helsinki near this area but havent the the slightest idea what we are looking at here.
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@ 2005-07-08 06:42:55
That is "Tuulet ja suunnat" by Hanna Vainio.

http://www.kuvataiteilijamatrikkeli.fi/teoskuva.asp?tunnus=2525&teos=1
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@ 2005-07-18 11:42:56
But what is it?
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@ 2005-07-19 16:59:45
Some kind of huge art installation?

http://www.environmentalart.net/vainio/
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@ 2007-03-13 11:37:05
it´s a hill made of waste and later covered for diffrent use like walking sleding in winter and other outdoor things..
wery nice place..
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@ 2007-05-12 03:35:02
The hill is not made out of waste, it is made out of excess land coming from construction sites in Helsinki. The artificial hill is the highest point
in the city of Helsinki, with around 100 meters over sea level.

And what you see on the thumb is the fine landscaping art on it was made for the year 2000 then Helsinki was a Culture Capitol of Europe.
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@ 2007-05-12 03:40:30
sorry, I got the year wrong not 200 but 1998 and the reason was obviously the 20 year anniversary of the artificlal hill. It should actually be 3 hills, because there were 3 small hills and the valley between them was first filled and then the hill climbed to its current hight.