Iconic neon lights of Bio Rex - cinema opened in 1936 - in Helsinki, Finland. Now also a sign for Amos Rex art museum operating in the same building.

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Iconic neon lights of Bio Rex - cinema opened in 1936 - in Helsinki, Finland. Now also a sign for Amos Rex art museum operating in the same building.
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Lasipalatsi (Swedish: Glaspalatset; meaning literally "glass palace") is a functionalist office building designed in the 1930s, located on Mannerheimintie in the Kamppi district of Helsinki, Finland. Lasipalatsi is one of Helsinki's most notable functionalist buildings. On its completion in 1936, Bio Rex was one of the city’s biggest and most modern cinemas.
Location: Helsinki, Finland