Lapua Cathedral

Lapua, Finland

The Lapua Cathedral is one of the nine cathedrals in Finland. The neoclassical cathedral was built in 1827 and designed by famous architect C. L. Engel. The belfry remains from the earlier church building. The cathedral's pipe organ is the largest in Finland.

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Kosolankatu 3, Lapua, Finland
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Founded: 1827
Category: Religious sites in Finland
Historical period: Russian Grand Duchy (Finland)

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Kimmo Korkiamäki (2 years ago)
Good acoustics at the Christmas concert
Marina Lampinen (2 years ago)
Beautiful old church
Marko M (2 years ago)
A fine wooden church designed by Engel. Finland's largest organ is located here.
Laiska Jaakko (3 years ago)
Lapua Cathedral is a fine and rather large wooden church (though not as big as one might imagine in the pictures), built in 1827. The church is one of the nine cathedrals in Finland. The round shape of the roof suggests that the church was designed by Carl Ludwig Engel.
Georg Finne (3 years ago)
The carpentry car in summer 2017 was With the Old Wife in Worship. Pesetettiin our Chraisu but soon began to port water ... Cars were reasonably sized ... Then I went to church to listen God's Word !! LAPUAN Cathedral is Finland the largest of the Urut. After worship there was still Church Chapels in Tapul !! Refreshed, I started driving home !!
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