The German Church (Saksalainen kirkko), Helsinki

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#20 of 32 in Historic Sites in Helsinki
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
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  • The German Church is located in Kaartinkaupunki at the end of Unioninkatu next to the Observatory Hill Park. This Neo-Gothic style church was completed in 1864. The high tower is very prominent...  more »
  • The small church in the Observatory Hill park dates back to 1864 and was designed by German architects von Bosse & von Heideken. It burned badly in 1958 and was rebuilt, some alterations were then...  more »
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  • Beautiful church with good acoustics. If you are in Helsinki on Sunday morning, go and enjoy the Mass!
  • The church is nice and the people are very welcoming, gave us an information page for the church and we were just passing by.

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