Pertteli Church

Salo, Finland

The Pertteli Church was built probably between years 1500 and 1520 and was dedicated to St. Bartholomeus. First record of the local Uskela parish is from the 14th century and there has been at least one wooden church in Pertteli before. The original stone church was enlarged in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Finnish National Board of Antiquities has named the ancient road ("Hiidentie") and the church area as national built heritage.

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Founded: 1500-1520
Category: Religious sites in Finland
Historical period: Middle Ages (Finland)

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Petteri Lehti (2 years ago)
Clean.
Airi Mikkola (2 years ago)
Perttel Church is a small stone church with a bell tower and a cemetery. The church and cemetery are surrounded by a stone wall. The church hall has bright, beautiful ceiling lighting with chandeliers, some donated. The organ loft has an organ and space for a church choir. The benches are traditional wooden benches. The crowd can accommodate about 350 people to sit on the benches. The altar is also in the middle of a light stone wall. An altarpiece depicting the history of a large religion in the background. The atmosphere in the empty church is a hobby as soon as you enter. Church employees do their work through joy with devotion. Parishioners of all ages visit the church, services, and concerts. People also come from outside the congregation. Everyone is welcome.
Seppo Junnila (2 years ago)
There are not many evaluations of church spending in this column. The Ukrainian-themed fair was nicely combined with the world of choice in fresh art and the atmosphere was passionate. Not forgetting the message
Markku Hämäläinen (3 years ago)
A small and sweet stone church.
Marko Valvee (4 years ago)
A fine stone church at least from the outside. The church is located in the middle of a classic Finnish rural landscape.
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