Suomenlinna, the "Gibraltar of the North" is a short ferry ride away from Helsinki, Finland. Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site
in 1991 for its unique European Architecture, this great sea fortress
was originally built in the mid 18th century by the Swedish.
Once a prosperous port town, Tokomaru Bay is now a quiet little beach
community. Old buildings used in the port days are now just brittle
brick walls, the forest slowly taking the land back. Tokomaru Bay sits
on the east coast of New Zealand.