Sveaborg fortress in stereo, part 1

Sveaborg fortress in stereo, part 1

Jun 1, 2011

Got some fresh pictures of the Sveaborg-Suomenlinna sea fortress. The place is located on three islands, just next to the Helsinki city. You can get there on HSL ferry which leaves every 20 minutes from the Kauppatori. The place belongs to the Worlds Heritage list, and is a historical monument of the things that happened here before.

Originally fortress was built by Swedish Empire. Later taken by Russians and then at last given up to Finland. This makes Sveaborg a very interesting place to visit, and a very important part of the Scandinavian history. Most of the constructions are still present, with powerful anti naval cannons still aiming to the West. Last weekend I spend there the whole day walking around and taking stereo pictures. Which now are presented to you.

There have been plenty of photos from this place, so I decided to divide those into two different posts. Here I present you the first part.

Pictures are available in full color side-by-side format and some-color anaglyph.

Flickr set for side-by-side pictures (74 photos): http://www.flickr.com/photos/karismafilms/sets/72157626857598318/
Flickr set for anaglyphs (65 photos): http://www.flickr.com/photos/karismafilms/sets/72157626733253379/

Or you can enjoy the anaglyph versions right here. Don’t forget your red-cyan 3d glasses.

Enjoy!

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

Sveaborg in anaglyph

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