National Geographic : 1938 Oct
FINLAND: LAND OF SKY-BLUE LAKES VENDERS IN HELSINKI'S MARKET PLACE IMPORT MOST OF THEIR FRUIT Apples and pears are the principal tree crops, but cherries, plums, and peaches are also home-grown. Oranges come from Portugal and Palestine. Grapefruit from Florida keeps its American name in both Swedish and Finnish. © National Geographic Society Kodachrome Photographs by )r. Konstantin J. Kostich FLOWER STALLS SURROUND "THE THREE BLACKSMITHS," MONUMENT TO LABOR Felix Nylund's modern statue stands in front of Helsinki's largest department store. Here is located the Academy Bookstore, carrying one of the best stocks of books in English on the Continent.