Yrjönkatu Swimming Hall

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The Yrjönkatu Swimming Hall features soaring arches with blue and purple tiles that are illuminated by light bouncing from the pool. It looks inexplicably ethereal! It was built in the 1920s and is the first and oldest public swimming hall in Finland. first floor contains a large pool, two saunas and dressing closets, and the second floor contains resting cabins, saunas and a café. The hall was designed by architect Väinö Vähäkallio, representing the Art Nouveau style. Today, it is a popular relaxation environment that perfectly demonstrates the magic and allure of Art Nouveau.

Swimming · Long-standing Classics · Casual · Young Family

Yrjönkatu 21B, Helsinki, Finland

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