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St.Henry's Cathedral occupies the corner lot at Puistokatu and is popular among foreign catholics living in Helsinki specially during the Christmas and Easter festivities. The red brick building was erected in 1858-60 with an entrance below a high tower and stained glass windows glowing in...More
St. Henry's Cathedral is one of the oldest neo-Gothic churches in Finland. It was designed by German-born Architect Ernst Bernhard Lohrmann who followed Carl Ludvig Engel as Chief Architect in Helsinki.
The red-brick exterior of the Cathedral is characterized by the tall bell-tower over the...More