Sacred Sites in Finland
Below is an illustrated index of the sacred sites and religious places in Finland profiled so far on Sacred Destinations, listed in alphabetical order by name. Please note this list is far from comprehensive - many more great sites remain to be added. You can also view these sites on an interactive map of Finland.
Lutheran CathedralHelsinki, FinlandThis striking neoclassical cathedral dominates Helsinki's city center. Completed in 1852, it was called St. Nicholas' Church until Finnish independence in 1917.
Temppeliaukio Kirkko (Rock Church)Helsinki, FinlandCompleted in 1969, this is a spectacular underground church built into a massive block of natural granite. it is an active church and a popular venue for classical concerts.
Uspenski CathedralHelsinki, FinlandThe largest Orthodox church in western Europe, Uspenski has a striking red-brick exterior and beautiful icons inside. Built in 1868, it is a cathedral of the Finnish Orthodox Church.