St. Peter's church

Lieto, Finland

The Lieto Church was built probably in the end of 15th century. The earliest record of Lieto parish dates back to the year 1331, when local vicar Pietari (Peter) was a witness in tax trial between Turku bishop and Häme (Tavastia) people. The stone church represents simple Finnish church architecture. The belfry was added in 1766 and the Neo-Gothic styled apse in 1902.

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Kirkkotie 12, Lieto, Finland
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Founded: 1470-1500
Category: Religious sites in Finland
Historical period: Middle Ages (Finland)

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www.muuka.com

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4.1/5 (based on Google user reviews)

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juha pajula (3 months ago)
Really beautiful church. The altar nicely in the middle of the church. It is worth going to the events.
Hanna Mattila (6 months ago)
It was a relaxing yoga of silence. When lying on the floor, the ceiling paintings and vaults of the church are poorly visible. It's good that the church space can be used in different ways for quieting down.
Ari Pitkäranta (8 months ago)
There is enough parking space in and around the yard. Renovated inside, causes confusion because there are no benches, but chairs that form a circle, especially the odd ones that seek the so-called places in the back seat suddenly find themselves next to the pulpit. You will get to the middle of the events and a surprisingly positive surprise.
Caj “cace” Rosenqvist (8 months ago)
Current seating arrangement is a bit unorthodox..
Mari Ruokonen (2 years ago)
The renovated church in Lieto looks really wonderful.
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