Every year, a number of Tall Ships Races are held in the many ports of Europe. This year’s first event will be held from Aarhus in Denmark to Helsinki in Finland. The sailing starts July 7th, but the ships are gathering already from the 4th. The arrival in Helsinki is set to July 14th to 17th. On both these periods, lots of tourists are expected to come and see the many ships gathered in the port. The above photo was taken in Dublin during last year’s event.
Tall Ships’ Races to be held in Aarhus/Helsinki
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