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A Day Dedicated to the Baltic Sea

During the Baltic Sea Day on 25 August 2022, the Museum of Wrecks and other Baltic Sea organisations came together to participate in the festive opening of the Baltic Sea Festival at Berwaldhallen. The goal of this day is to raise people’s awareness of the Baltic Sea and work for a cleaner sea.

Berwaldhallen’s foyer was filled during the day with exhibits by the museum and others, and the main stage featured panel discussions that highlighted the Baltic Sea’s importance from different perspectives. The day ended with a musical journey on the Baltic Sea with Malin Broman and Pekka Kuusisto, in the presence of H.R.H. Crown Princess Victoria. By taking part in this event, the museum wishes to spark interest in the Baltic Sea’s rich cultural heritage and get involved in working for a healthier sea.

The Baltic Sea Day is an annual event initiated and coordinated by the John Nurminen Foundation. In addition to the celebrations, its purpose is to increase our understanding of the nature, culture and history of the sea.

The Baltic Sea Festival begins on Baltic Sea Day with talks and concerts in Berwaldhallen.  The festival was created to draw attention to the environmental problems associated with the Baltic Sea. Renowned conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen was one of the initiators of the festival, which invites the best musicians from the Baltic Sea countries to participate.

Watch and listen to conversations with researchers, musicians and others at:

Listen to the concerts at: