Buildings & Monuments

The Espoo Cathedral
The Espoo Cathedral is a medieval stone church in Espoo, Finland and the seat of the Diocese of Espoo of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland. The cathedral is located in the district of Espoon keskus, near the Espoonjoki river.

Michael's Church Turku
The western skyline of the city of Turku is dominated by Michael's Church which was consecrated in 1905. It was designed by Professor Lars Sonck. When he won the competition for the church in 1894,

Hommanäs Gård
Hommanäs Gård is located by the sea in the south of Porvoo on the island Vessö. The island is well known for its nice potato crops, sand and lovely nature.

Church of Kittilä
Church of Kittilä designed by C.L. Engel and completed in 1831. During the Lapland War it was the only building in the town not burned by the retreating German army.

Olavinlinna Castle
The building of Olavinlinna, castle of St. Olaf, began in 1475. The Danish-born founder of the castle, knight Erik Axelsson Tott, decided that a powerful fortification should be build to protect the strategically important Savo region.

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