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This is a beautiful church that is definitely worth a visit. It is quite unique and worth seeing. Unfortunately, they charge a small fee to go in nowadays but if you can spare a few euros it is worth checking out. The acoustics are very...More
How can this attraction be an attraction? You pay €3 to enter a church that is essentially dynamited out from rock. Being a church, personally I am against paying to enter a place of worship and I do t see why there is a need...More
This church was built by carving directly into a huge rock. So it is about 2/3 underground with solid rock wall. The roof was made by coiling a long strip of copper. An amazing structure. You have to see to believe.
I went to visit the rock church because some Finish friends suggested it would be a nice experience. Indeed, I enjoyed going inside (just costs 3 Euros) and sat inside contemplating the beautiful architecture. Maybe because I am Brazilian and a fan of Lucio Costa...More
A short easy walk from the centre of town leads you to a quiet and peaceful space which belongs to the Rock Church. Definitely not the AC/DC type ‘Let There Be Rock’ but the complete opposite. Splendid architecture hewn from sold rock, polished concrete and...More
This is very different church than most of the traditional churches around. It is modern and has a unique architecture. DUring teh day they play nice background music and it has an interesting candle section. Definitely recommended.
I wandered up to this church late afternoon. Seemingly cut into rock slightly below ground. It has a stone wall above ground which supports the glass and copper? roof. Inside a lovely circular space with main floor and balcony seating. An organ and 'stage' space....More
I am not sure. I think it is likely to be open on December 6th for Independence Day. We travelled to Finland in October when the tourist season was "supposed" to be over, and found many tours unavailable. We... More
I am not sure. I think it is likely to be open on December 6th for Independence Day. We travelled to Finland in October when the tourist season was "supposed" to be over, and found many tours unavailable. We found a tourist bus still available and travelled around Helsinki on this. Hop on hop off buses had ceased in September for the winter months.