Laitila Church, dedicated to St. Michael, was erected probably in 1460-1483. The mural paintings were made in 1483 by students of famous Petrus Henriksson. There are also a crucifix from the 15th century and pulpit from 17th century.


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Founded: 1460-1483
Category: Religious sites in Finland
Historical period: Middle Ages (Finland)


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Markku & Heli Jäntti (2 years ago)
Medieval greystone church. Built probably between 1460-1483.
Riina Vainio (2 years ago)
Exquisite old 550 year old gray stone church
markku vehanto (2 years ago)
Happy home place church
Eija Koskela (2 years ago)
Beautiful and well maintained cemetery.
Ville Albumi (3 years ago)
A very special church. That woman on the bench was a funny surprise (how often there is one in the church) and the pictures and paintings were fascinating. There was also a MANGA Bible in the Bible presentation on the sidelines. Somehow, this "old" church was more modern than the modern churches. - Compared to a few other churches in the neighborhood, this was by far the best! Small but best :-D. I recommend!
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