Helsinki's Hotel Kamp is the grand design of architect Theodor Hoijer and was completed in 1887. Hotel Kamp quickly established itself as the center stage of the political and cultural scene of Helsinki. Before modern technology molded the media landscape, cafes and restaurants were the location where the latest news and gossip were exchanged. Kämp became a focal meeting point for daily news. Hotel Kamp was also the first hotel in Finland to have an elevator.
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