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Not at all luxurious, very strict and worthy Church. It was built for sailors, and remained so. Very well fits into the surrounding landscape and looks from all sides. Everything inside is also very modest. Attention is drawn to the Church fence in the form...More
The church was built by Russians as Orthodox church in 1850s and after Finnish Independence 1917 it was decided to convert into Lutherian church. After all designing and money collecting it was converted in 1927-29 in classical style. Same time it got lighthouse on the...More
The ferry to Suomenlinna is well worth the 5 Euros. When starting the walk on the island, the church is at the beginning with beautiful plants all around. After touring the Baltic Countries, this church is okay to see but not breathtaking.
I was only in Helsinki for a few days but I deliberately decided to take a short trip outside the city to view this remarkable landmark. its central dome doubles as a lighthouse making it one of only a few churches in the world that...More