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Kalevan Church, Tampere

#9 of 9 in Historic Sites in Tampere
Church · Hidden Gem · Religious Site
Kaleva Church (Finnish: Kalevan kirkko) is an Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland church in the Liisankallio district of Tampere, Finland. It was designed by Reima and Raili Pietilä and built in 1964-66. The church accommodates approximately 1,120 people. It is considered an example of modern architectural style and is one of the main sights of Tampere.

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  • The architecture is nice! Especially, if you go inside, the space is so tranquil and beautiful. When I visited last time, the sun came through the windows all over the place, and I could hear the...  more »
  • The Church is beautifully located on a hill 10-15 walk from the city center. The original architecture makes it anything different, but immediately allows you to recognize the religious building. Be.....  more »
  • God did not show up. Other than that the place was nice.
  • A lutheran church worth your visit. Most interesting are the places dwarfed by the Hall.

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