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St. Peter's Church, Siuntio

#39 of 63 in Historic Sites in Uusimaa
Church · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Siuntio St. Peter's Church (fin. Siuntion Pyhän Pietarin kirkko, swe. Sjundeå S:t Petri kyrka) is a medieval stone church in Siuntio, Uusimaa, Finland. The church is built out of grey stone between the years 1460 and 1480 next to a small stone chapel which was owned by a nearby Suitia Manor. St. Peter's Church is divided into three naves by three pairs of pilars that hold the brick vaults.
The church is owned by the Parish Union of Siuntio and shared by the Finnish-speaking and Swedish-speaking Evangelical-Lutheran parishes of Siuntio. The church is part of both the Diocese of Espoo and the Diocese of Borgå since the Finnish-speaking parish is part of the Espoo Diocese and the Swedish-speaking parish is part of the Borgå Diocese.

The church has been ravaged by fire four times.
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  • Visited St Peter's Church today with dates back to the late 1400's. The church is open most afternoons in the summer time. Inside you find that the ceilings and walls are covered with Medieval...  more »
  • The old rock church in Siuntio is worth visiting. This place is full of history and is suitable also for weddings.  more »
  • Beautiful on the outside, I hope to go in someday. The cemetery grounds were really beautifully maintained, all sorts of flowers, it was so peaceful and beautiful.
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