A Village of Artists
The Åland Islands are a Baltic archipelago situated about halfway between Sweden and Finland. The village of Önningeby lies just 7km from the island capital, Mariehamm. It may be small, but it has a big place in art history, being famous for attracting many 19th-century European artists with its idyllic rural scenery and beautiful coastal light.
The only Cultural Route that currently stops in Önningeby is the Impressionisms Route.