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This was a very unique building. Interesting to see both the outside and inside. 5€ admission or free with Helsinki card. I’m not sure I’d recommend going out of the way to see it but if you’re in the area it’s worth the stop.
It is a new church of 50 years but one of the Finish churches now around the world with more than 800.000 visitors in 2018.
The church was buildt in the bedrock, is cirkel round and located in a housing area.
It should be good...More
Worth a visit if your in Helsinki. You probably won't spend long here, and hour would be more than enough, 30 minutes probably about right, but it's worth the 3 euros entry.
It's certainly unique and not at all like other churches. The building is...More
There is a lot of things already mentioned about this beautiful place. I can add only - check a schedule. Ot could be closed for visitors due to a service or concert. Google will help to find good timing to visit
In the most spiritual of ways, this building is just awe-inspiring whether you are religious or not. Just stunning - such a beautiful place of peace of reflection. Well worth the small entrance fee. The photographs don’t do it justice - you just have to...More
By far the most interesting place in Helsinki. The church is beautiful with great atmosphere, easy to reach by foot from the centre. When we were visiting there was a piano player playing some classical music that made the experience even better. The acoustics of...More
I am not sure. I think it is likely to be open on December 6th for Independence Day. We travelled to Finland in October when the tourist season was "supposed" to be over, and found many tours unavailable. We... More
I am not sure. I think it is likely to be open on December 6th for Independence Day. We travelled to Finland in October when the tourist season was "supposed" to be over, and found many tours unavailable. We found a tourist bus still available and travelled around Helsinki on this. Hop on hop off buses had ceased in September for the winter months.