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  • The capital of Finland, a port in the southern part of the country, on the Gulf of Finland; pop. 492,000
  • the capital and largest city of Finland; located in southern Finland; a major port and commercial and cultural center
  • Helsinki is a constituency represented in the Finnish Eduskunta (parliament). It covers the administrative area of the city of Helsinki, with a population of 559,046 . Helsinki currently elects 21 members of the Eduskunta.
  • (in  Helsinki (Finland))
  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists
  • A code word representing the letter H, used in radio communication
  • A hotel is an establishment that provides paid lodging on a short-term basis. The provision of basic accommodation, in times past, consisting only of a room with a bed, a cupboard, a small table and a washstand has largely been replaced by rooms with modern facilities, including en-suite
  • a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services
  • In French contexts an hotel particulier is an urban "private house" of a grand sort. Whereas an ordinary maison was built as part of a row, sharing party walls with the houses on either side and directly fronting on a street, an hotel particulier was often free-standing, and by the eighteenth
  • The Anna was a motor orphan, whose origin and manufacturer are unknown, other than it was discovered in America. It had two seats and was fitted with what was called a ‘Democrat’ body on an 8 foot 4 inch wheelbase. Its water-cooled 2-cylinder engine displaced 2.8 liters.
  • Anna is a 1951 Italian drama film directed by Alberto Lattuada and starring by the same trio as Bitter Rice: Silvana Mangano as Anna, the sinner who becomes a nun; Raf Vallone as Andrea, the rich man who loves her; and Vittorio Gassman as Vittorio, the wicked waiter who sets Anna on a dangerous
  • a former copper coin of Pakistan and India
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This six-piece outfit of musical chameleons has developed a reputation for sensational live shows and a large, loyal fan base. They hit the ground running with their third record - ten songs of instantly lovable pop brilliance, fizzing with electrical currents, channeling calypso rhythms and tropical flavors with lashings of percussion a-go-go. Pop effervescence hasn't sounded this fresh in ages.

The latest by the Australia-based Architecture in Helsinki bristles with the excitement of multicontinental and diverse cultural celebrations. Calypso rhythms shimmy through electronic washes, while rock beats and folkish melodies dance the night away. With primary writer Cameron Bird, as well as other members, living or having lived in various places around the globe, this is not altogether surprising. Their offbeat, Dadaist sensibilities are still a key identifier, as Bird delivers such lines as "You forgot to tell me I was gonna grow my hair long" with both utter commitment and bubbling glee. Any lyrical idiosyncrasies are more than matched by musical ones, though they never seem anything less than natural. Warm and inviting avant-gardists, this band's inventiveness always comes across as natural--they continue to endure and grow precisely because of this virtue. Surrealist singalongs, psychedelic nursery rhymes, and angular rockers make for a healthy mix from beginning to end. --David Greenberger

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A view to Annankatu
A view to Annankatu
A view from steps on backside of Johanneksenkirkko to the street of Annankatu. Beside the steps, there are rose bushes, all dripping water and not much left of the roses themselves. Ironically, that particular rose is called Juhannusruusu (a midsummer rose).
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I barely left a few hours ago but I am still surrounded by her. I can't wait until tomorrow when I'm back at her side, home.

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In this extraordinarily rich and complex novel, Anna Karenina defies the conventions of nineteenth-century Russian society and embarks on a love affair that has tragic consequences. Tolstoy’s work is a powerful meditation on love and marriage, envy and retribution, and the desire for happiness.
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