On a quiet and lonely part of Helsinki harbour is a memorial to to the brave men who cleared Finnish seas of the sea mines left behind after WWII.
60,000 sea mines were left in the seas around Finland after the war. 2,000 men and 200 ships took part in removing the mines. 28 men were killed and 35 were disabled during the process.
Take the time to walk by the sea and remember them. It is on the path just past the casino.