I am used to calling it a wooden barrel church because it looks too much like a large wooden barrel, and it feels that its material is wood. It is very small, with rows of chairs, and a small podium. It is not allowed to take pictures or talk. Probably the origin of the name. Located in the downtown area, next to the big shopping mall, there is a very unique building in the square at the entrance, I didn't know what it is, it is very special. It's not far from Helsinki Railway Station-the whole city is not big anyway.
This building was built in 2012. One place that I think is quite boring is the kind of 5-minute clock-in to take pictures and walk away. The exterior looks like a big wooden barrel. Even if it is a church, you can’t feel the atmosphere of a church. To say there is no sense of culture and history at all.
A very unique and artistic place, I like it
The appearance is extremely peculiar, but there is nothing special inside. No need to buy tickets.
The chapel of the Camby Chapel is small, the outer wall is made of spruce boards, the surface is treated with nanotechnology special wax, and the inner wall is decorated with alder. The inside was not allowed to take pictures and was stopped as soon as these two were taken. The Jingsi Compi Chapel was completed in October 2012. It seems to be copied from the Vanke Pavilion at the Shanghai World Expo. However, considering the Nordic people’s long years from design to construction, it’s hard to say who copied