Savonlinna Cathedral, Savonlinna

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Savonlinna Cathedral (Finnish: Savonlinnan tuomiokirkko, Swedish: Nyslotts domkyrka) is located in Savonlinna, Finland. It was built between 1874 and 1878 and designed by architect Axel Hampus Dalström in the Gothic Revival style. It has room for 1000 people.
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  • Savonlinna Cathedral in Evangelical-Lutheran church. The cathedral was consecrated on 1879. The Cathedral was damaged during air raid in 1940, but reconstructed.  more »
  • Serious, somebody put this on trip advisor as something interesting to see... door was closed, very mediocre church on the outside and I have no clue why I wasted my energy waking up to this place.  more »
  • Beautiful church to sing in. Organ is lovely.
  • I like the church atmosphere. It is good to be quiet and to be self-without performance. Blessed. I recommend if you are looking for a head reset.
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