Haukipudas Church, Haukipudas

#5 of 6 in Historic Sites in Northern Ostrobothnia
Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Haukipudas Church is an evangelical Lutheran church in Haukipudas, Oulu.
The church building has been designed by Matti Honka, an Ostrobothnian builder of churches in the 18th century. The church was completed in 1762. Major renovations were carried out in the early 1900s according to plans by architect Viktor J. Sucksdorff. The church has been decorated with wall paintings by Mikael Toppelius in the 1770s–1780s. The bell tower was built for the previous church in 1751.
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  • If you are heading to Oulu, from the North, or have some spare time, please take the chance to go to this small village. This church is amazingly beautiful, with some remarkable paintings on the...  more »
  • About a 20 min car ride from Oulu town centre. Not worth the trip on its own but must visit if you happen to pass by.  more »
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  • The paintings were beautiful, and the experience itself was really cozy. If you visit Haukipudas (nobody will do it), quick visit here wont hurt

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