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  • Eattravelenjoy
    Sydney, Australia122 contributions
    This is the way to watch a movie ! Lovely intimate movie theater, snacks, a bottle of wine .
    Riviera shows only quality movies and has only 61 seats , so book early .
    Extra points for the friendly , lovely staff
    Written 8 December 2019
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  • Mikael F
    Helsinki, Finland23,765 contributions
    We were staying across the street at Hotel Kämp. In the morning after breakfast, I decided to book online movie tickets for a movie called Compartment No. 6.

    Compartment No. 6 premiered at the Cannes Film Festival on July 10, 2021. It won the festival’s second prize, the Grand Prix. The story tells about a strange but interesting train journey from Moscow to Murmansk.

    Maxim has two auditoriums. The smaller more intimate Maxim 2 has a stunning old interior.

    From the bar, you can buy drinks and snacks taken to the auditorium.
    Written 18 April 2022
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  • Virpi
    2 contributions
    This is a nice activity for all ages (if the virtual glasses are ok agewise). You can easily pop in while strolling the city centre Helsinki and choose yourself how many films to watch (1-4) and thus also the lenght of your stay. The interior itself is also worth of seeing - the walls are covered with colorful wall paintings with wild life motifs. My teens enjoyed the experience.
    Written 29 September 2019
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  • Heli P
    Helsinki, Finland5,373 contributions
    The small and intimate old fashioned cinema is situated at the back of a popular pizzeria near Kauppatori. Several new European films are showing simultaneosly like Madres parallelas by Pedro Almodovar and the acclaimed Finnish road movie Hytti nro 6. In Finland films are shown in their original version with subtitles in Finnish and Swedish. For the moment there are three daily screenings, the tickets cost 11 euros.
    Written 10 March 2022
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  • Kald06
    Paris, France438 contributions
    We went to check this place out. The seats move quite a lot and contribute to the immersion. We had fun; the sensations are good. We paid 5 eur per person; it lasts 5 min but you don’t pay for the duration but more for the fun and sensations. Welcome was friendly.
    Written 25 August 2021
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  • VikrantGrover
    Gurugram (Gurgaon), India240 contributions
    Make sure you visit this great venue on your trip.
    One of very few places to visit in Andorra. Located close to city center.
    Written 27 January 2019
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  • Mikael F
    Helsinki, Finland23,765 contributions
    Finnkino Kinopalatsi near Helsinki Central Station was opened in 1998. It was Finland's first multiplex cinema with 10 auditoriums.

    There has been a cinema in these premises already as early as 1939. At that time, Metropol was Helsinki's largest theater hall for a long time with 1,000 seats. Over the years, the name changed first to Boston and then to Formia.

    You can still experience the history in auditorium 2 which was renovated to its original appearance of the 30s. However, the benches and technology are modern.

    This time we saw the new James Bond movie in the biggest auditorium 1 that has 400 seats. There were plenty of empty seats around us. It was a pleasant movie experience after the long break we have had because of the pandemic.

    Usually, we prefer Finnkino Tennispalatsi but now our hotel was much nearer to Kinopalatsi.
    Written 17 October 2021
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  • Nea_Barman
    Helsinki, Finland311 contributions
    Kino Sheryl is truly local movie theather - They are not part of any Movie chain but they show the same movies than main stream - as well they have special movies that other places dont show. Truly local area gem and easy to access from the city center by tram number 8 and 6 and you may also visit the Arabia factory museum. If you are looking for something out of the tourist Helsinki and like movies - come here!
    Written 4 March 2017
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  • JariJK
    Kouvola, Finland4,991 contributions
    The name of this very small park is Kolmikulma or Trekanten (literally Triangle Park because of the shape, address Yrjönkatu 10). However, it is called Dianapuisto (Diana Park) according to the nickname of a statue.

    The official name of the statue is "Tellervo, Tapio's daughter" (Yrjö Liipola, 1928). Tapio was the god of the forest and the protector of cattle in old Finnish mythology and his daughter Tellervo was the very beautiful and playful goddess of the forest. The nickname Diana comes from Roman mythology, where Diana was the goddess of the moon, hunting and nature.

    The statue is very beautiful but the park is very small. There are magnificent stone houses built in the late 19th century and the early 20th century around the park.
    Written 26 September 2017
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