The Freemason's Grave, Helsinki, Finland, is a grave monument north west of the Kaisaniemi Botanical Gardens, on a grassy knoll. It commemorates a notable artillery officer from the Suomenlinna fortress, who later moved to the mainland Helsinki proper, gaining great repute as a philanthropist.
Monument Above The Grave:
Originally a statue was planned for the site, but once that plan came to nothing, Lars Jägerhorm was able to get a commemorative stone and guardrails around it. The masonic symbols of that guardrail that have led to the popular designation of the monument as a "Freemason's grave". The unbeaten stone face bears the freehand style inscription: "Lika godt om verlden vet hvem här hvilar alt nog Gud käner hvad Han gjort och Uslingen välsignar HANS minne" (As little as the World
cares who lies here, God will nevertheless know his deeds and the wretched bless HIS memory.)