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The tomb of Hans van Sanden, the church front, the Old Town. From the Netherlands (or from Germany?) Come, 1590 dead van Sanden was the most prosperous bourgeois of Helsinki in the late 1500s. His gravestone was found in the 1860s in the ruins of the first church of Helsinki in the Old Town Church. Robert Stigell made a copy of the black granite in 1890. The gravestone contains the whale of the wife of van Sanden (Jägerhorn) and the text: "Hans van Sanden end sine erven anno domino 1590". navigate_before navigate_next
Approximate address: Koskelantie 43, 00650 Helsinki, Finland
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The tomb of Hans van Sanden, the church front, the Old Town. From the Netherlands (or from Germany?) Come, 1590 dead van Sanden was the most prosperous bourgeois of Helsinki in the late 1500s. His gravestone was found in the 1860s in the ruins of the first church of Helsinki in the Old Town Church. Robert Stigell made a copy of the black granite in 1890. The gravestone contains the whale of the wife of van Sanden (Jägerhorn) and the text: "Hans van Sanden end sine erven anno domino 1590".
1953
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