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English: View of the Nokia corporate headquarters in Keilaniemi, Espoo, Finland
Suomi: Nokian pääkonttori Espoon Keilaniemessä
Türkçe: Nokia'nın ana şirket binası Keilaniemi, Espoo, Finlandiya
Date 6 August 2003 (according to EXIF data)
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Article 25a(4) of the Finnish copyright law permits panorama freedom for buildings, both exteriors and interiors, regardless of whether the place is public (laws of privacy do apply).

Freedom of panorama (article 25a(3)) does cover taking photos (or otherwise reproduce in pictorial form) of art in or in the immediate vicinity of a public place, but the reproductions may not be used commercially (and thus not uploaded to Commons), when the work of art is the central element of the picture. Pictures of works of art permanently located in public places can be used non-commercially or as illustrations to texts in newspapers and periodicals. Published works of art may according to article 25 also be used e.g. as illustrations to scientific texts or criticism.

  • Finnish law of copyright (8.7.1961/404) in Finnish (as amended; maintained by the Ministry of Justice)
  • Finnish law of copyright (8.7.1961/404) in Swedish (as amended; maintained by the Ministry of Justice)
  • Unofficial English translation of the law (PDF, maintained by the Ministry of Justice; at least amendments up to 31.10.2008/663 included; see list of changes)

See Commons:Freedom of Panorama#Finland for more information.

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