On this day: Finland’s first daguerreotype image

The first daguerreotype photograph taken in Finland was a daguerreotype taken by Henrik Cajander on 3rd November 1842 of Nobel House at Uudenmaankatu 8. The house, with Turku Cathedral i

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The first daguerreotype photograph in Finland was taken in Turku on the 3rd of November, 1842. Photographer Henrik Cajander created this image of Nobel House. Turku Cathedral stands in the background.

The house was demolished in the 1960s.

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