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Sinebrychoff Park, Helsinki

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The Sinebrychoff park (Finnish: Sinebrychoffin puisto, Swedish: Sinebrychoffsparken), colloquially referred to as the "Koff park", is a park in Punavuori, Helsinki, Finland, near Hietalahti. The park was named after the Sinebrychoff brewery which had its premises near the park from 1819 to 1992 and to whose lands the park used to belong, and the Sinebrychoff family that owned it. In addition to the Old Church park and Kaivopuisto, the park is among the most popular parks in Helsinki.

At the edge of the park, along Bulevardi, is the former Sinebrychoff residence built in the 1840s, which currently houses the Sinebrychoff Art Museum. There is a gate from Bulevardi to the park on both sides of it. On the cliff south of the park there is an old octagonal brick tower. There is also a stairway to the cliff from the end of Iso Roobertinkatu. The Mallaskatu street runs underneath the park in a tunnel, which along with the Uudenmaankatu street starting from there forms a high-traffic driveway from Länsiväylä to central Helsinki.

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  • The sheltered park behind the museum looks serene and wellcoming in daytime. This summer has seen it turning into a loud and uncontrolled public party especially in the weekends. The misbehaving...  more »
  • This beautiful park was originally the private garden of Russian-born businessman Nikolai Sinebrychoff who built a brewery and house here. Today, the house serves as a museum. For his back garden...  more »
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  • The best place to leave your bottles and junk after any major celebration. There's staunch "someone else will clean up" mentality among people visiting here. Apparently it is easy to preach, march and demonstrate for climate and environment but when it comes to your responsibility then it is a different matter. "I was inebriated" is a perfect excuse for this degenerate rancid behavior. Take your trash with you. Didn't your mothers teach you this at home?
  • Nice small park in the South of Helsinki centre. The sloping park is a popular hangout spot for young people enjoying the long summer evenings

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