|The 16 Dutch journalists together with their hosts at the Southern Harbour in|
Helsinki in 1925.
Saturday, 20 July 2013
The visit of 16 Dutch journalists to Finland in 1925
In the 1920s Finland, which had gained its independence in 1917, wanted to become more known in Europe. That is why 16 Dutch journalists, "representing the most important newspapers", were invited to spend two weeks in the country, visiting both industry and areas of natural beauty. The Dutch journalists were photographed immediately after their arrival at the Southern Harbour in Helsinki: