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The present church was completed in 1950. The former church, a wooden church built in 1817, was burnt down by German soldiers on October 16th, 1944 during WWII.
The church was closed during our visit. It is open in summer and in December daily at...More
My friend sang 2 songs on a Sunday morning. They even translated the service into English for my wife and I...the church was destroyed by the nazi's in ww2...the usa had helped rebuild Rovaniemi after the war...all but 10 buildings were destroyed during the war.
I walked past here quite late and was peeking in through the window. The lady on duty helpfully came out and told me they were still open and I could come in. The painting at the alter is pretty special, but everything I knew about...More
A breathtaking frescoe is the first thing you notice as you enter the church. We came early in the morning, around 9.30am was and we were able to enjoy the Church uninterrupted. The young girl at the information desk kindly offered to give us some...More