Kangasniemi Church, Kangasniemi

Kangasniemi Church (Finnish: Kangasniemen kirkko) is a wooden church located in Kangasniemi, Finland. The church and the adjacent bell tower were both designed by Matti Salonen. The church was built in 1811–1814 and baptized on 1 January 1815 by Aron Molander. It accommodates approximately 1,500 people.
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  • The centrally located church is a large wooden church. The church of 200 years has been renovated and will continue to be next year. Great organ, when years ago the organ artist Kalevi...
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  • Passing a quick visit to Kangasniemi Church. The church is pretty great when it looks at the top of the parking lot. The exterior color did not really have a good time and the church is inside a pretty dark...
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  • Friendly, nice place.
  • Good place to silence or spend family celebrations. This summer, the 2019 church is closed due to renovation.
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