Helsinki Court House
|Town or city||Helsinki|
|Client||The City of Helsinki|
|Design and construction|
Helsinki Court House (Finnish: Helsingin oikeustalo) is situated on Salmisaari in Helsinki, Finland. The building was constructed between 1937 and 1940. The building was originally Alko's headquarters, factory and main storage. The building was partially reconstructed in 2004, when it became a court house.
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