The Raisio Church was built between years 1500 and 1520. The church is dedicated St. Martin, a medieval Catholic saint. His picture is also placed in the Raisio city coat of arms. The oldest artefact in church is the triumph crucifix from the 14th century. The wall paintings are mostly from the 17th century.


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Postitie 4, Raisio, Finland
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Founded: 1500-1520
Category: Religious sites in Finland
Historical period: Middle Ages (Finland)


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Rasmus Rantala (7 months ago)
Beautiful old little church. The relics are beautiful and the harmonious feeling is there so it feels like you can touch it
Olli Aho (12 months ago)
An old medieval gray stone church on a small hill in a central location in Raisio, an urn grove and a cemetery are well maintained. At Christmas, a traditional Christmas crib greets the walker in front of the façade.
sirpa Laurent (13 months ago)
I went today 27.11. in the lower chapel at my brother's blessing. The place was fine and devoted, unobstructed, bright. Good place to quiet down. ?
Timo Aalto (18 months ago)
No kun on kysymys kirkon kulkuväylistä olis kyllä kiva jos kulkuväylillä ei kasvaisi rikkaruohoja . Eiku nuoria kesätyöläisiä hommiin . No mihen menee kirkollisvero
Anne Harkia (18 months ago)
Ei lainkaan viihtyisä tai rauhallinen! Kova liikenteen melu ja outo tyyli hiekkahaunoineen ja kamaline muovikaukaloineen,joissa kuka eivät selvästikään viihdy!
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