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The Päivälehti Museum presents the history of media, modern-day media and the future of media as well as the freedom of speech in Finland and in other countries. Alongside the general historical exhibits, the museum also tells the story of Helsingin Sanomat, Finland's largest daily newspaper, which has been published for over 130 years. The aim of the museum is to promote the ability to interpret the media and particularly, to encourage children and adolescents to read. In addition to permanent and changing exhibitions, the museum actively organizes various programme.