|a cute boat|
|people selling fish and potatoes from boats|
The market by the docks was selling many cute souvenirs and also fresh food.
|Geisha hazelnut chocolate|
|view of the square from the cathedral|
Uspenski Cathedral (Uspenskin katedraali) is a classical onion-domed Russian church prominently located near the Market Square, Uspenski Cathedral serves Finland's small Orthodox minority and is the largest Orthodox church in Western Europe. The name comes from the Russian uspenie, from the Dormition (death) of the Virgin Mary. The five domes are topped with 22-carat gold, and some of the icons within are held to be miraculous.