Lumparland Church

Lumparland, Finland

The wooden church of Lumparland was built in 1728 to replace the earlier church destroyed by fire. First record of church in Lumparland dates back to the year 1540 and it was sanctified to St. Andrew. The current church was originally painted with red, repainted to yellow (in 1870) and once again to white color in 1896. The interior is from the 19th century, the altarpiece for example was made by Victor Westerholm in 1887.

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Founded: 1728
Category: Religious sites in Finland
Historical period: The Age of Enlightenment (Finland)

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