Yrjönkadun uimahalli

The Yrjönkatu Swimming Hall is the first and oldest public indoor swimming hall in . It was inaugurated on 4 June 1928, and it took a long time until a second swimming hall was opened in Finland.

Landmarks in the Area

Hotel Torni is a historical hotel located in , , and a part of the Sokos Hotels hotel chain.

The Three Smiths Statue is a sculpture by Felix Nylund, situated in in Three Smiths Square at the intersection of Aleksanterinkatu and Mannerheimintie.

Stockmann Helsinki Centre is a culturally significant business building and department store located in the centre of , .

The Central Railway Station metro station is a station on the Helsinki Metro.

Forum is a shopping centre in , , opened in 1985 and located between the streets of Mannerheimintie, Simonkatu, Yrjönkatu and Kalevankatu.

Localities in the Area

Kaisaniemi is a part of the centre of , .

Punavuori is a neighbourhood in , the capital of .

Viiskulma is a well known intersection of five streets in at the boundary of the and Ullanlinna neighbourhoods.

Hietalahti is the southernmost section of the Kamppi neighborhood the city of , .

Kruununhaka is a neighbourhood of , the capital of .

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