Finland - Forum Marinum - Maritime Museum - 1


Forum Marinum is a maritime museum located at the harbour in Turku. The museum includes a large number of larger ships that at located just outside the museum - still afloat. The ships range from small fishing vessels to large sail ships. We did not have time to visit the actual museum during our stay in Turku, so the pictures are not fully representative for the museum.   
 
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The full-rigger "Suomen Joutsen" - a naval training ship and a stationary seaman's school - at the harbour near Forum Marinum - the maritime museum of Turku.

The full-rigger "Suomen Joutsen" - a naval training ship and a stationary seaman's school - at the harbour near Forum Marinum - the maritime museum of Turku.
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Some of the smaller ships that are a part of Forum Marinum - the maritime museum of Turku.

Some of the smaller ships that are a part of Forum Marinum - the maritime museum of Turku.
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The Finnish Nay Corvette Karjala (built in 1968) that is a part of Forum Marinum - the maritime museum of Turku.

The Finnish Nay Corvette Karjala (built in 1968) that is a part of Forum Marinum - the maritime museum of Turku.
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A Finnish fishing vessel that is a part of Forum Marinum - the maritime museum of Turku.

A Finnish fishing vessel that is a part of Forum Marinum - the maritime museum of Turku.
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Some of the environment that is a part of Forum Marinum - the maritime museum of Turku.

Some of the environment that is a part of Forum Marinum - the maritime museum of Turku.
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A ships propeller that is on display at Forum Marinum - the maritime museum of Turku.

A ships propeller that is on display at Forum Marinum - the maritime museum of Turku.
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