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My friends that live here call this plague park as some one the graves are from the Black Plague era. It's a place we have walked through many times and it is especially creepy at night with snow on the ground. It's worth a quick...More
This place is known to the locals as the Plague Park as it was a cemetary back in 1710 when over a thousand people died of plague and were buried here. Now it is popular with youth during summer evenings as a picnic and drinking...More
Lovely old wooden church from both the inside and outside. Woman who ran the church was also helpful and even opened the choir for me. Park is well maintained and has some interesting headstones and graves in it to view.
This is the ugliest church in Finland, proving only that many of the Finns have a bad taste. Without its history it would be torn off in the smallest commun in Finland, The adjoining park is called the plague park with a good reason.