Kemi Church is an Evangelical Lutheran church. The Gothic Revival building was designed by architect Josef Stenbäck and it was completed in 1902. The brick-made church has 1000 seats.

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Kirkkopuistokatu 9, Kemi, Finland
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Founded: 1902
Category: Religious sites in Finland
Historical period: Russian Grand Duchy (Finland)

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4.3/5 (based on Google user reviews)

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_Jian_ (3 months ago)
Nice looking church ft Golden Jeesus
Logan Bennet (3 months ago)
It was alright, nice looking venue. Priest was nice too, maybe could use little more leniency. The cost of a little wine and bread is almost noting so, maybe could let the Muslim guy participate but what do it know. Still 5⭐
Roohullah Mosavi (11 months ago)
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Fateme Vojdani (14 months ago)
Beautiful church
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