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Finnish National Gallery - a museum complex in Finland, which includes the Ateneum Art Museum, Art Museum Sinebryukhov, Museum of Contemporary Art Kiasma and Central Artistic archive. The gallery was created in 1990 and is the largest museum in Europe complex.
The main departments of the Finnish National Gallery are the Athenaeum and Kiasma - very interesting and must-see for any tourist, guest Helsinki. At the heart of the Ateneum collection, for example, 18 paintings donated Society of Finnish Artists by Russian Emperor Nicholas II. In this the gallery, in addition to works by Finnish artists, presents paintings by European and Russian masters, in particular, Chagall, Goya, Van Gogh, Cezanne, Shishkin, Polenov, Levitan, Repin and others. In the Sinebryukhov Gallery of interest are collections of porcelain, silver and 18th century furniture.
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Topic: Finnish National Gallery in Finland, Helsinki Resort.