Worth seeing this for sure! It has incredible history and is so beautiful to see how it has been restored. Definitely a must see while in Turku.
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The Cathedral still in use and seem to be up to date with the needs of a modern Cathedral. A small museum inside the cathedral is worth a visit. The Ejby chalk is here to be seen.
Turku Cathedral is like no other Lutheran Church we have seen in Finland (7 or so now). It reminds me more of the Catholic or Church of England Cathedrals with the open vaulted ceilings, tall columns and chapels or graves in the alcoves. The church...More
I entered this church and it was a big beautiful church from the inside. Luckily I got to hear the organ being played. It created a beautiful ambience.
This church is located by the river Aura in the city center, the entrance is free which is great! Amazing interior, with many benches where you can sit and enjoy the atmosphere and feel the history of past times.
The Cathedral was built in 1229 and is the oldest Cathedral of Finland. Very nice building with beautiful interior. Certainly worth a visit.
Turku Cathedral has a very interesting history. It began as a catholic church, made of wood in the 13th century, and now, constructed of stone, is the mother church of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland. The cathedral's south gallery includes a very interesting museum...More
This church is quite old and a relic in a lot of ways but it has seen so much time pass by and it has seen so much history being created all around. This feeling gave me a sense of nostalgia as I entered it....More
Turku's cathedral is outstanding. Despite the many changes throughout the time, we can still consider this church as a piece of the Middle Ages (XIII). It is a crucial place for the history of Finland. It features a museum and a cafe.