Helsinki Railway Station. The main meeting point for residents and visitors to Helsinki's Central Railway Station. Your beautiful Art Nouveau architecture and the energetic atmosphere of people that changes direction and path represents the personality of this great building. The central train station is practically the first thing seen by tourists to Helsinki-especially if arriving by air. The airport bus makes its final stop here. The large building was designed by Eliel Saarinen in 1914 and represents very well the Finnish Art Nouveau. The exterior and interior (especially the entrance hall and the restaurant "Eliel") shows many elements of this style, such as interior ornaments. For me, the four large statues in the southern entrance are the most attractive part of this train station. The Finnish railway company also uses pet. Often seen in advertisements these kids making funny faces stone or ironic. In winter, the crazy Finns dress caps statues not cool. There is also an ice rink in the square next to the station.