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Nokia CEO Stephen Elop's office is on one of the top levels of this section of the building.
Nokia HQ was built between 1996 and 1997, with Elop joining the company as chief exec in 2010 - the first non-Finn to hold the job.
A cafe on the new side of the building
Here's one of Nokia's cafes, located on the new side of HQ where Elop works. During the Helsinki winter, when temperatures regularly drop several degrees below freezing, workers can pick up hot porridge for €0.60 a bowl.
The Nokia canteen has usually got a fairly international menu, but occasionally there's a reindeer stew.
A hit with the locals however is hernekeitto, Finnish for pea soup. It's traditionally accompanied by pancake, jam and cream. Sounds odd, but I'm assured it's delicious.