In this hand- drawn art print you can see the silhouette of Helsinki seen from the sea. There are two sensational historical buildings creating this playful landscape. The functionalist church on the left is named after Mikael Agricola, who is the founder of literary Finnish. On the other side, the two towers of the ST. John’s Church are rising from the Punavuori district. This beautiful church was built in 1891 and is the largest stone church in Finland.