Nordenskiöld’s table

Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld traveled trough Hanko in 1880 on his way to St. Petersburg to tell about his discovery of the northeast passage at the imperial court. He let the Hanko Granite build a table with it’s “furniture” and was placed on Kungingatarvuori (translated Queen Mountain) in the West Harbor. The table and furniture have later been moved to Puistovuoret.