Pirttikylä Church

Närpes, Finland

Pirttikylä Church was completed in 1783 and it is designed by J. Elfström. The wooden church is built in neo-Classical style.



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Founded: 1783
Category: Religious sites in Finland
Historical period: The Age of Enlightenment (Finland)


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Ann-Cristine Teir (3 years ago)
The cemetery is one of the most beautiful I have seen! At the office you are treated so kindly. We have received so much help in our genealogy.
Mina Z (4 years ago)
Nice place
Jenny Långkvist (4 years ago)
Carl-Erik Herrmans (4 years ago)
Nice atmosphere and friendly staff.
Maj-Gun Lindén (5 years ago)
Lungt och fridfullt. Väldigt trevlig och hjälpsam personal.
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