Helsinki. The Avenue Of Mannerheim (Mannerheimintie)
After the Esplanade Park begins the Mannerheim Avenue (Mannerheimintie). Is it one of the main streets of Helsinki, stretching through the city. Its total length is about 6 kilometers. The Avenue passes through the former old highway linking Helsinki with Turku and received its name in 1942 in honor of the 75th anniversary of Marshal Carl Gustav Mannerheim.
Sculpture Felix Nylund "Three blacksmith" (Kolme sepää on the map), established in 1932.
New Student House (Uusi guardian, colloquially Uusi) was built in 1910 by architects Armas Lindgren (Lindgren Armas) and Vivi Lonn (Wivi Lönn). The sculptures were executed by Johannes Haapasalo (Johannes Haapasalo). Originally the building was called Osakuntatalo - "people's House", now it belongs to Student Union of University of Helsinki, very close to the offices of the Union and national student communities.
Trade center, Makkaratalo, built in 1967 according to the plan of conversion city Centre. The project involved the demolition of all old buildings, however, because of public protests, some historic buildings had to save and embed in a modern building.