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A working forge that produces knives, axes and other metal pieces.
Stocks maps, English-language books and foreign newspapers.
Specialising in high-end silver jewellery.
Wondering where everyone’s getting those ‘Lost in Helsinki’ metro map threads? Or maybe you just need to tell the world ‘I am a heterosexual and drive a Volvo’ through the medium of cotton...
In the basement of the Sokos department store.
Gather sauna oils, back-scrubbers, water ladles and hundreds of other accoutrements for your own sauna.
Antiquarian and secondhand bookshop with English paperbacks.
Currently the coolest label with its own Fennofolk style, it has to-die-for dresses and T-shirts that deftly play with Finnish icons.
The Kauppahalli was built in 1889 and remains one of the country’s best with good snacks and produce.
There are plenty of treasures waiting to be unearthed in this crowded shop, in the same building as the Town Council Pharmacy. You just have to dive in – or shop online.
Whether you’re looking for icons religious or political, you’ll find plenty of nostalgia buried here.
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