Lauritsala Church, Lappeenranta

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Lauritsala Church (Finnish: Lauritsalan kirkko) is an Evangelical Lutheran church in the Lauritsala district of Lappeenranta, Finland. The church was opened in December 1969. The modernist concrete design was created by architect Toivo Korhonen and architect student Jaakko Laapotti. The basis of the design is an equilateral triangle symbolising the Holy Trinity.
The church and the adjacent parish center are listed as a nationally significant built heritage site by the Finnish National Board of Antiquities.
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  • In the heart of Lauritsala, a part of Lappeenranta you can find this very unique looking church. Locals call it "ski jump tower". Unfortunately it's not very beautiful church but it sure is one of a.....  more »
  • At first sight you are amazed. When you look at the church outside, you might think it is a runway to heaven. Someone would say it is not beautiful becaus it is made of concrete. We thought it is...  more »
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