Elimaen kirkko

Elimaki Church was built in 1638. The cruciform shape is from the extension in 1678. The baroque-style belfry was built in 1795-1797, and restored in 1842. The altarpiece dates back to 1632, and the pulpit is from the middle of the 17th century. Nowadays, it is the oldest actively used wooden cruciform church in Finland.

in Elimaki




Espoon kirkko

Espoo Church is the oldest existing building in Espoo, and the oldest parts dates from the 1480s. It was enlarged in 1821-1823 using a cruciform plan. During the reconstruction in the 1930s, the medieval parts were emphasized and old wall paintings were discovered. The current belfry was completed in 1767. The medieval stone church is the most important monument in Espoo.

in Espoo



Pyhittaja Herman Alaskalaisen kirkko (Tapiolan Ortodoksinen kirkko)

Tapiola Orthodox Church was completed in 1998 in a mix of classical Byzantine and contemporary styles. It was designed by an architect Paul Hesse who is also an Orthodox priest, and dedicated to a monk St. Herman who traveled to Alaska in 1792 as a missionary.

in Espoo



Eurajoen kirkko

Eurajoki Church was completed in 1803 in the neoclassical style. It was restored in the end of the 19th century and in the beginning of the 20th century. The church is also known as the Church of Gustaf II Adolf.

in Eurajoki




Irjanteen kirkko

Irjanne Church was built in 1731, and is oblong in shape. The belfry was built in 1758 in the Baroque style. The church is the oldest wooden church in Satakunta area.

in Eurajoki


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