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The middle age wall paintings have very many interesting stories to tell. There was a guide who could answer all our quiestions and tell for example about the famous "Shoe Ella" for whom even the devil was afraid. This is a very peaceful place to...More
What can I say.
Do I have personal relation with the church? Yes.
Do I feel good about the church because it is my family church? Yes.
Should I not evaluate it? No, I should evaluate it.
This is a wonderful church full of history.
It was originally built on a sea shore but land rising has lifted it up far, far away from the sea.
A good example of once upon a time built roman catholic churches in Finland
But the times changed. Nowadays, after the reformation, it is...More
The Espoo Cathedral is a medieval stone church. The oldest parts of the church were completed in the 1480s The cathedral is located in the district of Espoon keskus, near the Espoonjoki river. The cathedral grounds include a graveyard, a vicarage. The church hosts various...More
If you like to see old churches or perhaps just enjoy the silence this might be a place for you. Old rock walls and long wooden bench. Nothing fancy but typical old Church close to Helsinki. Easy to access (1 km walk) from Espoo center...More
The Espoo Cathedral is the seat of the Diocese of Espoo of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland from 1 January 2004 (Mikko Heikka is bishop in this moment). Languages: Finnish and Swedish. There is the Espoonjoki river near. This is oldest preserved buildin in...More