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This Gothic Cathedral was completed in 1300. It is situated next to the Old Great Square, by the river Aura.
It is a must-see church in Finland, as it is regarded as Finland's most valuable historical building.
The entrance to the Cathedral is free but...More
We were pleased to be able to wander through this lovely town and see some of the sites one of which is this lovely old cathedral. It is apparently a national shrine and is the main church of the evangelical lutheran church of Finland. Compared...More
Just like the Turku castle, also Turku Cathedral is the symbol of the city. The church is hundreds years old but in very good condition. The church stands in the center on the other side of the river from the market square and the modern...More
Massive in every way, this is one end of the city. An absolute must do when in Turku. If you are visiting the Turku Palace, walk by the river to the other end of the city to witness the grandeur of this cathedral. The lady...More
Turku Cathedral has been – and it still is – the national cathedral for Finland. You can feel the medieval feeling, see the only royal tomb in Finland (Karin Månsdotter, queen of Sweden), take a candle and sit down peacefully. I try to visit it...More
The Åbo/Turku domkyrka is the national shrine of Finland and the archbishop resides here. Built in the 13th century and rebuilt and restored several times (recently in the 1970-ies). Well worth seeing. For a small fee you can visit a museum part located on top...More